Prince George County Sports Tourism

Prince George County Sports



Robert Eley, Athletic Director
Direct: 804-458-6164

11100 Old Stage Road
Prince George, VA 23875



Nestled between Richmond and Williamsburg in south-central Virginia and considered part of the Greater Richmond Region, Prince George County is proud to welcome you! Prince George County boasts four sports complexes, all with easy access from I-295 and within close proximity to each other. The largest, JEJ Moore Athletic Complex is located on 52 acres and offers four lighted fields for baseball/softball; three batting cages; one lighted multipurpose field for football/soccer/field hockey; concession stand; restrooms; playground; bleacher seating for 600; and 200 paved parking spaces. Scott Memorial Park is located on 10 acres with two lighted baseball/softball fields; a batting cage; concession stand; restrooms; playground; bleacher seating for 200; and 150 paved parking spaces. The other two athletic complexes in Prince George are Temple Recreation Park, with one lighted baseball/softball field and one lighted multi-purpose field, each with bleacher seating for 50, and the Central Wellness Center, which provides one lighted multi-purpose field and bleachers for up to 125 spectators. Over 700 hotel rooms and almost 30 restaurants are within a 15-minute drive from each complex.

# of Hotels 7
# of Hotel Rooms: 775
Sports Facility Guide: View Guide
Major Attractions: TreeTime Adventures; SplatBrothers Paintball; Swaders Sports Park; Prince George County Regional Heritage Center; several historic churches; Ed Hatch Fine Art Studio; Jordan Point Marina; Appomattox Boat Harbor
Airports/distance: Dinwiddie County Airport (KPTB) – 14.2 miles
Richmond International Airport (RIC) – 25 miles
Norfolk International Airport (PHF) – 82.3 miles
Rail Stations/Distance: Petersburg AMTRAK Station – 10.2 miles
Richmond Main Street Station – 27.1 miles
Recently Hosted Events: Dixie Softball World Series (2021)
Triple Crown Baseball (2021)
USSSA Softball (2021
SSSA Baseball – Quest for the Best (2021)
American Softball Association’s 14U Class A Fastpitch Eastern Championship (2016)
Colleges & Universities:

Richard Bland College of William & Mary