Northrup Park

Park Overview

Northrup Park is Boerne's home for baseball and softball, as well as several other outdoor recreation activities. Fields are used for Little League and adult recreation leagues and are available to rent for tournament play. At just over 100 acres, the park runs alongside Cibolo Creek on the north side of Boerne.


  • 4 Youth baseball fields
  • 4 Youth softball fields
  • 2 T-ball fields
  • 3 Adult softball fields
  • Batting cage
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Covered basketball court
  • Regulation horseshoe pit
  • Covered playground
  • Picnic areas with grills
  • Public restrooms
  • Concession stands
  • Large paved parking lot
  • Paved sidewalks from parking lot to fields

Field and Facility Rentals

Baseball and Softball Field Rental

Youth and adult baseball and softball field rentals are handled through the Boerne Parks and Recreation Department. See field rental information.

Northrup Pavilion Rental

The covered 6,000 square ft. pavilion/basketball court at Northrup Park is also available for rental reservations. See a list of pavilion amenities and rental information.

Sand Volleyball Court Rental

Three sand volleyball court are also available for use and reservation. See volleyball court rental information.

Northrup Park History

In 1995, recognizing the need for youth softball and baseball and adult softball fields, the City of Boerne purchased 103 acres from the Lynn L. Northrup Jr. family. Northrup Park received its name from this family, who generously worked with the City on the purchase of the land.

The development of the park was accomplished with major funding assistance through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. In addition, numerous other contributions from local businesses, civic organizations, and individuals helped pay for park amenities such as the playscape and covered basketball pavilion. City crews worked tirelessly for several years to make the park a reality. The park was opened to the public for local league play in 2000.

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