Fallenstein Field - The Miracle League of North Mankato

North Mankato, MN | Sports + Recreation


All resources were volunteered to make the fully accessible softball and baseball field possible.


The Greater Mankato community recognized a need for accessible and inclusive recreational spaces.


Fallenstein Field was opened to the Greater Mankato community in July of 2008. To design, engineer, and construct this facility, the Miracle League of North Mankato used the help of dedicated volunteers to raise money and develop cooperative business partnerships, including ISG. The field is a barrier free, fully accessible softball and baseball field for people of all abilities located at Caswell Park. The ballpark was designed to feature spacious dugouts, a scoreboard, and lights for evening games.

The cushioned, synthetic turf field, built according to National Wheelchair Softball Association (NWSA) specifications, provides much needed opportunities for children and adults with mental and physical disabilities to actively participate in athletic events and activities. The field was the first of its kind in Minnesota, setting the standard for increasing accessible outdoor spaces for everyone. Today, the area adjacent to the ball field has integrated an inclusive playground for children of all ages and abilities, inspired by the success of the ball field.

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