Play Portland Texas

The safety of our staff, players, and visitors is our top priority! The City of Portland & Play Portland Texas follow all Federal, State and Local mandates. In addition to the mandates, the City of Portland & Play Portland Texas has implemented additional health safety protocols for all Play Portland Texas facilities. 

Please review all rules & COVID-19 health safety protocols with your coaches, team members, and spectators before visiting any of the facilities

  • Social distancing is required - All visitors must maintain at least 6ft from others not of the same household at all times 
    • Please see the Map of Fields for the seating arrangements (extended dugouts & spectator areas)
    • Visitors must bring their own chairs since the stands are used as an extended dugout for the players
    • Tent usage should be restricted to family members only - Refrain from inviting others not of the same household into your tent 
    • Please review the processes for warming up, when spectators may enter the facility, & process for exiting the facility: Return to Play Portland (pages 4-5)  
  • Face coverings are required to enter the facilities & when social distancing from others not of the same household is not achievable 
    • Players may remove their face coverings while they are playing on the field, but must place their face covering back on when they exit the field 
  • No loitering in the facilities - Once the game has concluded, all spectators, team members, and coaches must place their face covering back on and exit the facility

For a more in-depth review of all facility rules & Frequently Asked Questions for health safety protocols, click here: Return to Play Portland Texas, updated July 2

Please review the maps for the various facilities for seating arrangements, entry and exit points before visiting, as well:
Maps of Fields - Entrances, Exits, & Seating areas

Also, please observe all signs at the facilities.
We all must do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19!

For more information on the reopening of all City of Portland facilities, health safety standards, and rules, please visit portlandtx.com/reopen

For up-to-date COVID-19 information and case counts, please visit https://www.portlandtx.com/698/COVID-19-Updates


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It’s called the land of possibilities. And for young athletes, it just might be.

At Portland’s two new sports venues, Municipal Park and the Sports Complex, athletes play on all-synthetic turf fields suitable for all types of sports—from baseball and softball to soccer and football.

MUNICIPAL PARK

The 21-acre Municipal Park includes five baseball fields, which are also suitable for softball and soccer, a covered playground with splash pad, a covered basketball court, a walking/jogging track and covered fitness station, concession areas, and shade structure The fields have dugouts, covered spectator seating, dual-lane batting cages and scoreboards. Get the details.

SPORTS COMPLEX 

The 38-acre Sports Complex has four softball fields that are also suitable for baseball and soccer; a youth football field, that is suitable for a UIL (University Interscholastic League) soccer field; a multi-purpose turf field; concession areas; and a playground with splash pad. The artificial turf fields also feature sports lighting, covered spectator seating, scoreboards, dual-lane batting cages, and dugouts. Get the details.

Play Portland Texas - Sports

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    Jonathan Besinaiz
    Sports Director

    Staff Listing

    2000 Billy G. Webb Dr.
    Portland, Texas  78374
    Map

    Hours:
    Monday-Friday
    8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.