Stadiums, Arenas, and Racetracks

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Downer Field

Downer Field Bellingham is a small baseball stadium located in Bellingham, Washington. The venue has been used for amateur baseball since it opened in 1962 and has been the home field of the Bellingham Mariners of the Northwest League since their inception in 2006. Downer Field is also the home field of the University of Montana Grizzlies baseball team.

0.85 km away

Joe Martin Stadium

Built in 1938 and originally known as "Bellingham Stadium," Joe Martin Stadium was the home of the Bellingham Bells from 1938-2011. The stadium, which has a capacity of 4,000, currently serves as the home field for the Bellingham Mariners of the NorthWEST League.

In 2012, the stadium underwent a $650,000 renovation that included new grandstands and synthetic turf. In addition to hosting amateur baseball, the venue is also used for concerts and other events.

The Bellingham Mariners played their first season at Joe Martin Stadium in 2013. The team has had mixed success since then; they reached the playoffs in 2014 but fell short in 2015 and 2016. However, they finished second in 2017 and qualify for the playoffs this year.

0.91 km away

Aquatic Center & Downer Ball Fields

The Bellingham Aquatic Center is a recreation facility that features a diving well, a pool with a slide and a spa, as well as two smaller ball fields. The facility is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and is also available for rent for private events. In addition to its recreational facilities, the Aquatic Center hosts the Downer Ball Field, which is used for organized leagues and tournaments.

0.94 km away

Civic Field Park

The civic field park in Bellingham is a perfect spot for a day of relaxation and fun. The park offers a variety of activities for the whole family, including a playground, soccer fields, basketball courts, and a baseball diamond. There is also a pond for fishing and a picnic area with grills and benches. The park is centrally located in the city, making it easy to get to.

1.06 km away

Geri Fields

Geri Fields Bellingham, a.k.a. Grateful Geri, started her own photography business in 2007 after working as a photojournalist for the Associated Press and Getty Images. Her work has been featured in TIME, Newsweek, The New York Times, and other publications. In 2013, she published her first book, "Grateful: A Year of Photography."

A native of Oregon, Fields moved to Bellingham in 2000 with her husband and two young daughters. After years of photographing people and places around town – gardens, fishing boats, the waterfront – she turned her lens inward and began documenting her own life and family. "I was really trying to learn about myself," she says, "and to connect with my own little world."

The result is a series of beautifully composed images that explore the delicate beauty of everyday moments: a toddler learning to ride a bike; a grandmother tending a vegetable garden; friends sharing laughs and memories. "I wanted to show how magical everything can be," Fields says. "Even if we're just living our lives."

1.24 km away

Roosevelt Field

Located in Bellingham, Washington, Roosevelt Field is one of the most historic and iconic airports in the United States. Originally constructed as a military airfield during World War II, Roosevelt Field has since been home to a number of airlines, including Northwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines. The airport has also played host to a number of important events, including the 1964 Seattle World's Fair and the 1985 America's Cup. Roosevelt Field is still in use today and is home to Alaska Airlines' regional headquarters.

2.08 km away

Battersby Field

Located in Bellingham, Washington, Battersby Field is a historic ballpark that has been home to the Bellingham Mariners of the Pacific Coast League since 1948. The ballpark, which underwent a $2 million renovation in 2011, features a restored grandstand and an ornate pavilion that was originally built for the 1938 World's Fair. In addition to the Mariners, the ballpark has also been home to the Bellingham Fairies of the Northwest League, as well as the Yakima Sun Kings and Wenatchee Apples of the Class A-Short Season Northwest League.

3.06 km away


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