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Lions Field
North St & Franklin St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Located directly behind the Emmaus Fire Station in the heart of the community, Lions Field enables residents toMore enjoy baseball and softball. Its playground area includes a large old fashioned slide and a merry-go-round.
Bethlehem Raiders Inc
Rodgers St & Lewis St, Bethlehem, PA 18017
The Bethlehem Raiders is a peewee football team that plays at Sell Field, located at the corner of Lewis and RodgersMore streets in Bethlehem Township. Sell Field is also the home of Northeast Little League baseball and softball teams.
Willliams Street Playground/Kiwanis Fields
E Ridge St & Williams St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Located across the street from the Emmaus Public Library, this park is split by the rocky channel of an intermittentMore stream. Visitors enjoy can baseball on two fields in warm weather and ice skating in mid-winter. The park also has playground equipment and basketball courts.
Emmaus Youth Association
524 North St, Emmaus, PA 18049
The Emmaus Youth Association offers the local youth recreational activities and opportunities with the mission toMore promote sportsmanship, team building and community involvement. This group helps children learn basic athletic skills in baseball, softball, basketball, football, wrestling and cheerleading. The association mainly caters to children in grades one through nine.
North Central Little League
114 Atwood Ave, Bethlehem, PA 18017
Bethlehem's North Central Little League offers T-ball, baseball and softball for boys and girls from pre-KindergartenMore through elementary school. The fields for the North Central Little League can be found between Memorial Avenue, Burnside Street and Atwood Avenue in Bethlehem.
South 4th Street Park
300 Fairview St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Despite its name, this park is not on South 4th Street. You reach it by taking 4th up South Mountain until it ends,More turning left onto Fairview and following Fairview around a bend until it ends. The entrance to Shelter House, one of the borough's historic treasures, is next to the park. The park itself consists of two baseball fields with a soccer field between them. Like the field on Klines Lane, the most amazing thing about this park is that such level playing fields were carved into the slope of the mountain.