The Troy Sportsplex opened in the Spring of 1991 and continues to grow in size and popularity. The Sportsplex is located on the Enzor Road, off Highway 167 in Troy. Original construction of the 65 acres of Phase I included four softball fields with a centralized pressbox. Youth and adult softball leagues play regular season and tournament games at the Sportsplex, while baseball tournaments have also been played on the 285-foot fields. In 1995, the Sportsplex was the host of the Dixie Boys World Series. The tournament returned again in 1998, and Troy hosted the 2007 Ozone World Series as well. All fields are available for practices, but must be reserved in advance by calling our main office. In addition to the ballparks, the open space of the Sportsplex is very popular for a variety of outdoor recreation.
Phase II of the Sportsplex opened in 1996, with four new fields and another state-of the-art pressbox. Two fields measure 200 feet in distance while the other two are 285 feet. Eight fully-automated batting cages also opened in 1996, offering a variety of baseball pitching speeds, as well as slow pitch and fastpitch softball.
Land for Phase III was later purchased adjacent to the Sportsplex, totaling approximately 70 acres. A 1.1 paved walking trail opened in the summer of 2010, with plans to expand the length of the trail.