Jeff/GRC Little League Ball Park

Jeff/GRC Little League Ball Park

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The Place for Family Fun

501 Crestview Court
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

Dawn to Dusk

Jeffersonville Parks Department

500 Quartermaster Court
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

For Field Rentals:
Sports & Athletics Director:
-Ricky Romans: 502-641-2883

For Little League Lodge Rentals:
-Email Jeff GRC:

City Council Person
-Donnie Croft – District 5

For over 50 years Samuel G. Shannon Memorial Park played host to Little League baseball and softball. The Park is located off of Crestview Court near the Parkview Middle School campus.

Jeff GRC youth baseball/softball registration and contact information can be obtained by visiting 

Please Note:

  • Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on park property.
  • Smoking inside city buildings is prohibited.

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Baseball and Softball Diamonds at Shannon Memorial Park are available for rent. As well as the Little League Lodge conference room.

  • The tournament rate is $240.00 per day, per field, plus tax. This includes field prep, access to restrooms, and scoreboards.
  • The hourly rate is $30.00 per hour per field plus tax, with an additional $20.00 per hour per field when lights are requested.
  • Please contact Rick Romans, Sports & Athletic Director 502.641.2883 or regarding field rentals and availability.
  • For questions regarding the lodge or its rental, please contact Jeff GRC via email at


  • 14 Acres
  • (6) Youth baseball/softball fields
  • Concession building with restrooms & press box
  • (8) Batting tunnels

                                               Lodge AMENITIES:

  • Restroom
  • Limited parking available
  • Little League meeting room. By appointment only. See


Samuel Shannon (1893-1975) was the Mayor of Jeffersonville serving between 1942-1951. He was also the owner/operator of Shannon’s Dairy in Jeffersonville from 1918-1961. Shannon was a dedicated servant of the people and was instrumental in establishing this park for the youth of this city. The park was rededicated in his name in April of 1986.

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