Hillsboro Area Fields

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Gordon Faber/ Hillsboro Stadium Sports Complex
4450 NW 229th Ave
Hillsboro, OR 97124

The City of Hillsboro’s Gordon Faber Recreation Complex, adjacent to Hwy. 26, is a 90+ acre site consisting of a 7,000-seat multipurpose stadium with 170,000 sq. ft. of newly-installed Field Turf all-weather artificial surface, a 4,500 capacity minor league stadium and six natural grass ball fields. Close in proximity to amenities and lodging,  Portland International Airport, and an hour’s drive to ocean beaches.

  • Six premier, lighted natural grass fields.
  • Two Field Turf all weather fields.
  • Ample space between the fields for warm-ups.
  • Concessions.
  • Large covered picnic shelter.
  • Playground area.
  • Jogging path.

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Gordon Faber/ Hillsboro Stadium Sports Complex

Gordon Faber/ Hillsboro Stadium Sports Complex

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Ron Tonkin Field
4450 NW 229th Ave
Hillsboro, OR 97124

Ron Tonkin Field is the centerpiece of Hillsboro’s awesome Gordon Faber Recreation Complex and home to the Hillsboro Hops, A short season Single A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The stadium has a capacity of 4,500 spectators (3,534 seats). Groundbreaking for the $15.55 million venue was held in September 2012, with the first game played on June 17, 2013. Most of the grandstand is covered, with the seating 14 rows deep. The baseball field is all-weather artificial turf.

Ron Tonkin Field- Hillsboro Oregon


Jose Martinez of the Hillsboro Hops throws the first pitch of the season against the Eugene Emeralds at the new Hillsboro Ballpark June 17, 2013 in Hillsboro, Oregon. (Troy Wayrynen/The Columbian)


Bond Field- Lincoln Park/ Pacific University
2043 College Way
Forest Grove, OR 97116

Bond Field rates among the top parks at the small college level The new field is a pitcher’s park, measuring 330 feet down the base lines, 375 feet in the power alleys and 390 feet to center field. During Fall 2010, additional work was made to the field’s drainage which makes the good surface even more playable during the wet Oregon springs.