You know a ballpark is in the right location when there are three neighborhood bars within easy walking distance. It would be un-American not to put down a brew or a snort before a La Crosse Loggers game, so you can take your choice of Honest Paul’s L&M, the Sports Nut or the Krazy L. But don’t forget the main attraction is Copeland Park. the home of the La Crosse Loggers. Located north of downtown La Crosse and with the enthusiastic support of the locals, Copeland Park is definitely a highlight in the Northwoods League.Year Opened: 2003
Capacity: 2,500 (give or take)
Architect: "Stadium" Steve Snyder
Playing Surface: Grass
League: Northwoods League
Parking: There’s a free lot directly in back of the ballpark, while there’s parking along the river next to the ballpark. In addition, there’s an abundance of street parking. Address/Directions: 1223 Caledonia, La Crosse. Hwy. 53 is a major north-south route through the west side of La Crosse. Copeland Park is west of south-bound Hwy. 53 at St. Cloud Street.
Below are photos from Opening Night at Copeland Park.