Palm Harbor Little League Palm Harbor, FL

Where PHLL Plays

PHLL plays all home baseball and softball games on public fields run by Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation.  Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation is the local non-profit that is charged with managing parks, recreation and leisure services within the unincorporated community of Palm Harbor, Florida. 

PHLL determines if fields are playable.  You will notified by the league or your Manager if the fields are not playable due to the weather.  In some cases, the fields may be closed to the public but open for play for PHLL.

Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation is a tremendous partner and supporter of PHLL operations by providing the field space through a user group agreement at a nominal fee with priority use of the fields and 4 batting cages.  In return, PHLL provides support for routine baseball and softball specific needs for the fields as approved by Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation.  Needs such as batting/field netting, bases, temporary outfield fencing, painting of dugouts, etc... 

All small field softball and baseball home games are played at the Sunderman Complex which is home to 6 playing fields and 4 batting cages located at: 1631 9th Street, Palm Harbor, FL  34683.  Vehicle parking is available on the east side of 8th Street and overflow parking available on the North side of the complex accessed by Delaware Ave. 
(Pinellas County Sheriffs Department does patrol the area and will ticket vehicles parked in NO PARKING ZONES)

Click on this link to see parking location and field locations Sunderman Complex Map

All big field baseball home games are played Putnam Park which is home to a playing field and a batting cage located at:  799 Riviere Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683

Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation Current Public Use Field Status

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