Redcoats Softball Complex (605 Whitman Dr) A popular location for softball in Midland is the Redcoats Softball Complex (formerly the St. Charles Park Complex), located on St. Charles Street, off of Poseyville Rd., a half mile south of the Tittabawassee River. There are 10 softball diamonds at the complex, and the diamonds are used regularly by the Midland Softball League.



Heading south from downtown Midland: Take Poseyville to St. Charles Street; turn west onto St. Charles Street.


Coming from I-75:Take the U.S. 10 West exit, Exit 162B toward Midland. Travel about 10 miles until you see the Bay City Road exit; turn left onto Bay City Road. Once in Midland, keep right on Bay City Road (it turns into Austin Street) until you reach S. Saginaw Road; turn right. Shortly after the turn, at James Savage Rd. (just before the Bus. U.S. 10 overpass), take a left. Follow this around until Washington St.; turn right. Go through two lights, then take a left onto Patrick Road. Take this as it curves to the right; shortly after the curve, look for Poseyville Road; turn left, and follow Poseyville for about .7 miles until you see the intersection of Poseyville and St. Charles St. Take a right at St. Charles.


Once on St. Charles, there will be two areas designated for softball games: softball diamonds 4-8 are to the right shortly after you’ve turned off of Poseyville Road. To get to diamonds 9-13, you will need to take a slight jog to the left onto Whitman Drive after you’ve turned onto St. Charles Street; the diamonds will be on the left.


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Emerson Park (1300 W. Main St)

Some Midland Softball Association games are also held at Emerson Park in Midland. Home to Currie Stadium, the popular city park is located at the intersection of Orchard Drive and Main Street.


Directions:From downtown Midland... the park is located west of M-20 just off of Main Street. From M-20, turn west onto Main Street and travel approximately a half mile to the intersection of Orchard Drive and Main. Turn south, or left, onto Orchard Drive.


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