Vintage Baseball Ball

Our beloved
baseball field
is being

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Community Survey Results

See how stakeholders weighed in on their preferences for the restoration of the ballfield. The preferences of all stakeholders are being taken into consideration as the City of Dallas works to finalize restoration plans. 


The Project

We're giving the Reverchon Park ballfield a little polish to last another hundred years.


This historic park has been an important part of the Turtle Creek and Oak Lawn neighborhoods and the City of Dallas for almost a century.


Even today, the baseball field remains an important place for baseball practices and games for

  • North Dallas High School

  • North Texas Amateur Baseball League 

  • Dallas Mexican American Baseball League 

  • Dallas Veterans Baseball League


So many have loved this park and there will be many more to come. Join us as we work together to determine the plans for restoration. Together we will continue the tradition of this valuable park as a beloved place for all.

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Community Meeting

Missed the meeting? No sweat!

You can watch the zoom meetings from Sept 2nd  & Sept 9th to hear info on:

- The ballfield's current conditions 

- Ballfield history 

- Restoration project scope

- Background info for survey topics we need your input on!

Parks Board Meetings

Meeting Recording:


Thursday October 7th

Project update to the Dallas Parks Board

Next Parks Board Meeting:


Thursday November 4th 10am 

Presentation of preliminary design options

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Contact Us

Have questions? Reach out to the team and we'll connect you with the right person to answer your question.


Use this form as well to reach out about your photos of Reverchon ballfield.

We'll have an answer for you shortly!


Do you have photos?

We are seeking historic photos of Reverchon ballfield to help construct accurate information about the field's evolution.


If you have photos from 1920s through the 1970s, please contact us to talk more about your images and how we might share their value for this project.