70 Beamer Street
3.525 acres

Clark Field is a 1,400-seat baseball field located at the southeast corner of Beamer Street and Grand Avenue in north-central Woodland. It is used today by Woodland High School, the Babe Ruth League, and the American Legion Baseball League

The field is available for use by permit only. It can be lighted up at night, and it has restrooms.


Clark Field was built in 1930 and named for its first owner, baseball fan and team owner Charles A. Clark. Clark field originally hosted Clark's baseball team, the Woodland OaksDon Traynham hit the first home run on opening day, April 27, 1930, to lead the Woodland Oaks to a 4-2 victory.

Many major league baseball teams played occasional exhibition games at Clark Field in its early days. Famous players who played there in the early 1930s included Joe DiMaggioWaite HoytCarl Hubbell, Mel OttBill TerryPie TraynorArky VaughanPaul Waner, and Lloyd Waner.


"Woodland's Clark Field Reaches Milestone" by Sarah Dowling, Daily Democrat, May 30, 2015