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The Town of Hanna has six ball diamonds which are suitable for all types of ball. These diamonds serve Hanna Minor Ball, the Adult Slo-pitch league and are also available for group function rentals. 

Hanna’s ball diamonds are named for people who were influential in maintaining the sport of Baseball in our community. Each diamond has different amenities, but they all have something to offer players and spectators alike.

If you would like to take advantage of any open ball diamonds, please contact the Town Office. We will check our regular user schedules and work to accommodate you.

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Robert Rowden Diamond

Robert Rowden Diamond (High School)

Address: Corner of Fox Lake Trail West and Palliser Trail North.

Team and individuals are often seen practising at the Robert Rowden diamond located north of the JC Charyk School.  Spectators have a great view of the diamond and the surrounding area from the bleachers.

Tri-Plex Diamonds

Tri-Plex Diamonds

Address: Corner of 12th Ave & 3rd St. W

The Tri-Plex ball facility is home to 3 diamonds including the Kevin Sheehan and Leonard Harrison Diamonds. Each diamond has bleachers with room for numerous spectators as well as dugouts for the players.  There is a batting cage for practices and plenty of parking.  A playground area for young children is located inside the fence and there is a concession building with washrooms.

Wes James & Earl Ness Diamonds

Wes James & Earl Ness Diamonds

Address: 502 Pioneer Trail 

East of Pioneer Trail and South of the Hanna Pioneer Village and Museum, the Wes James and Earl Ness Diamonds are the oldest ball diamonds in Hanna.  With washrooms and camping facilities close by, these diamonds are a great asset to Hanna.  Each diamond has bleachers for spectators and parking areas close to the diamonds.  It isn’t unusual to see parents and grandparents watching a game from the comfort of their vehicle.

Why does it cost to use a ball diamond?

User fees assist with the cost to operate and maintain the diamonds.  The balance of the funding to maintain and operate the diamonds is provided through municipal taxes.

How much does it cost to use a ball diamond?

effective 2020
please add GST unless indicated*

Season Adult Teams $380.00
Minor Soccer* $2,100.00
One Time Use Per Use $52.00
Per Day $80.00
Per Weekend $160.00
Commercial Entertainment Per Diamond $145.00
Triplex Concession Per Day $140.00
Per Weekend $185.00
Wes James & Earl Ness (Museum)
Diamonds Concession
Per Day $40.00
Per Weekend $75.00

*No GST

When can our team begin using the diamonds in the spring?

Depending on spring conditions, town staff work to have the diamonds ready for use in late April or early May each year.

Are the diamonds better for baseball, slow pitch or soft ball?

Two of the six diamonds are suitable for older age groups of baseball.  Wes James and Earl Ness diamonds located near the Pioneer Village and Museum.

Are dogs allowed on the ball diamonds?

Pet owners are discouraged from allowing their dogs to run on the ball diamonds.

Can I use one of the ball diamonds to practice playing catch with my children?

Diamonds can be booked throughout the season by contacting the Town Office.