North Dakota Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of North Dakota are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
Fore Seasons Center
A batting cage, which can be used inexpensively, is found within the dome-shaped building located at the Pebble Creek Golf Course, although the city-owned indoor center is better known for its 31-station golf driving range.
Opened in 2018, this 11,000 square foot building serves as the headquarters of Fargo Youth Baseball and as an indoor practice facility for its players, who get to utilize the place as part of their league registration fee. The ATTIC, which stands for All-Terrain Training Indoor Center, contains six batting cages and a fully turfed Little League-sized infield (the facility is intended for 5 to 15-year-olds), plus pitching mounds and hitting equipment. Located across the street from Fargo South High School, the facility’s cages can be rented by non-members of the youth baseball organization.
The Ball Yard
An indoor facility with 18,000 square feet of space dedicated to baseball and softball training. Included among the amenities are ProBatter simulators for baseball and fastpitch batting practice, an Iron Mike machine for slowpitch softball players, and a cage just for long toss. Skills enhancement programs are also offered and instructors are available to give baseball lessons.
Williston Area Recreation Center (ARC)
Opened in 2014 as the largest city-owned rec center in the country, the 236,000 square foot ARC has 13,000 square feet of turfed field space where batting and throwing cages can be used and baseball or fastpitch softball practices can be held.