Maple Grove Sports Dome

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The hitting and throwing tunnels within the Maple Grove Sports Dome are available to reserve through the link below. Pitching machines with balls for either baseball or softball are optional and are available at no additional cost.

The bathrooms had 2 out of 3 clogged toilets. No toilet paper and no hand soap. The outdoor garbages were over flowing and trash all over the grounds. Not impressed.
Great place for winter activities! We used it for dome softball, but they have many other activities there. Definitely warmer than outside, but bring a sweatshirt or coat for cold days, as the dome isn’t heated. Also, water only inside the dome. Nothing else is permitted.Not sure why you cant bring in chairs have to sit on buckets or stand. Also no food and only water for beverage. Other domes are different and more accommodating. Plus lighting and heating are not the best. Parking is limited also. My daughter had a soccer game here which was apart of the Maple Grove Invite tourney. It was fun but I must say I thought the fields would be in better shape. Great dome and location. Just be aware that you will bring a TON of turf home with you. The turf is old and in desperate need of replacement. At the end of practice or a game your shoes are covered in it. Outside the dome sidewalk looks like it is grass because it is covered in it. My car also now looks like it has turf instead of carpet.

For an average at best dome, the fact that there is very little parking available, a $5 admission fee to get in, no chairs allowed and no bleachers provided to sit on makes this a place that I hope to not have to come back to for games again in the future. Only reason I gave it 2 stars is because it has indoor restrooms.
Worst experience for a sporting facility. The rules here are more strict than any other facility in the area and the person working in the office loves to enforce the rules. During our U11 game, she walked over to the opposing teams coach and stood next to him until he took down the bench for his players because there are no chairs allowed in the dome. One of many things on their list of items not allowed inside the dome. I hope we do not play here again.

10/10 they recently replaced the turf and it makes it a much better experience to play on. Also it is a great place to just go play soccer in the summer when the dome isnt up!

Terrible for fastpitch softball; especially for the pitcher. They have a ridiculous pitching rug they ductape to the ground. The tape doesn’t hold, the mat bunched up and the pitcher trips and almost falls down. Not sure why they can’t just put in a pitching rubber.
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