Yakima County Stadium
Yakima County Stadium was built in 1993 on the Central Washington State Fair Grounds, now called State Fair Park. The stadium has a park-like setting with large grass areas and can seat 3,000 people. The ballpark's dimensions are: LF-295; CF-406; RF-295
In addition to stadium seating, a picnic deck accommodating 150-200 people was constructed down the 1st base line in 2003. There is also a beer garden for fans age 21 and over down the 3rd base line.
Yakima County's spacious concourse provides many pre-game activities including live music every Friday game night. The stadium has three concession stands, a walk-in team shop, and kids area including a home run derby wiffle ball park.
When the Bears aren't playing at Yakima County Stadium, the facility is used for a variety of events including the Slice of Yakima and the WIAA High School State Baseball tournaments.