Kentucky Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Kentucky are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
This large (54,000 square feet) and modern (opened in 2019) multipurpose indoor complex can host a variety of sports and events, with its 185′ x 80′ turf field capable of being converted into a baseball or softball practice space. That same space has a dozen retractable batting cages and the community-run facility is equipped with pitching machines, screens and mounds plus batting mats.
This indoor athletic facility opened in 2017 and features 15,000 square feet of turf. While it’s a multisport center there’s an emphasis on baseball and softball training, as The Yard has eight batting cages and is outfitted with pitching machines and mounds, plus it’s home to the Lexington Baseball School.
Okolona Indoor Batting Cages
This indoor facility is located behind Southern High School and alongside the school’s baseball field but is open to the general public. The batting cages have token-operated pitching machines that throw baseballs or softballs at a variety of speeds (starting at 40 MPH). It’s worth noting that customers must pay to practice here in cash, as credit cards are not accepted.