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SERA Athletic Fields

Features You'll Find:
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  • SPORTS
    • Baseball / Softball
    • Football / Rugby
    • Soccer
  • ADDITIONAL FEATURES
    • Drinking Fountain
    • Parking Stalls
    • Parking Stalls / ADA
    • Restrooms / Seasonal

6002 S. Adams St.
Tacoma, WA 98409

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Features include lighted softball and soccer fields, a lighted all-weather multi-purpose field for football, soccer and lacrosse, and a hard surface area with parking and concessions.

The facility is open only during sporting events. Admission is charged.
SERAbaseball-swingThe 75+ acre SERA Campus is also home to STAR Center, Gray Middle School, and the Boys & Girls Club's Topping Hope Center.

SERA has seven lighted fields that accommodate:

  • Adult and girls fast pitch
  • Baseball (2 fields)
  • Metro Parks youth soccer (pre-k through 3rd grade)
  • One all-weather multi-purpose field that can accommodate soccer, football and lacrosse.
  • Softball tournament rentals - Rent the complex for your softball/baseball tournament!

Parking is free.
Admission for spectators during league play is:

  • Ages 12 and under: $Free
  • Ages 13 - 17: $1.00
  • Adult: $1.50
  • Senior citizen: $1.00

Purchase a "complex admission punch card" and receive 6 admissions for $7.50
call (253) 305-1022 to purchase your card!

Rain Out Information

You cannot bring your dog or cat to any of our athletic complexes - SERA Athletic Fields, Heidelberg Davis Park or Peck Field. (only service animals allowed)


PARK IMPROVEMENTS:

project-status-iconMultipurpose Field at SERA Campus
New synthetic field, lighting and parking.
Project Manager: Kristi Evans
Status:
2/1/15 The synthetic field is complete. Lawn seeding is complete. Fencing is going up. The parking lot curbs and drainage occur as weather allows. Grand opening celebration scheduled for March 5, 2016.

Learn more about capital projects at Metro Parks

2014 SERA Campus Master Plan
SERA Campus Master Plan

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