1076 N Grove Ave.
Ontario, CA 91764
Jay Littleton Ballpark is located within John Galvin Park
- Baseball Field
- Concession Building
- Little League Field (Lighted)
About Jay Littleton Ball Park:
Jay Littleton Ball Park is located within John Galvin Park on the southeast corner of Fourth Street and Grove Avenue. Jay Littleton Ball Park is a hidden gem. People started playing baseball here over 80 years ago. In 1937, a wooden grandstand was completed which still exists to this day. Professional Baseball was played here only for one season in 1947; the Ontario Orioles made Littleton Ball Park their home, which had one of the largest field dimensions (402 feet from home plate to center field, seven feet deeper than Dodger Stadium). The field continues to be utilized by little leagues and other amateur leagues and is serviced by the City of Ontario's Parks and Maintenance Department. The ball park name was officially dedicated to Joe "Jay" Littleton in 1998. Its well preserved condition has enticed many film crews to utilize the facility. Most notable films from the movie industry are: Eight Men Out, The Babe Ruth Story, and A League of Their Own.