We've listed local resources to help you and your child find the right gear, places to practice, and more. Scroll down to view each resource by category.


Places to Practice

Here are some locations nearby that you can take your child to practice at.

The Shop

Indoor workout facility with 4 batting cages and two pitching lanes that will pull back and convert to an open infield for fielding practice. Facility has a nice parent viewing area above batting cages with comfortable seating and full size windows for viewing.


Redefine your game by stepping into a HitTrax batting cage to test and measure your launch angle, exit velocity, distance and other stats with every swing. Pick your bats, stadium and skill level and get instant feedback to determine the right bat for you.

Eagleton Park

Eagleton park is located at the corner of Henderson Street and Blount Avenue, next to Eagleton youth baseball fields. This 2-acre park has a small pavilion with two tables, charcoal grill, paved walking trail, playground and basketball court.

Sandy Springs Park

This 20-acre linear park is located in the city of Maryville off Montvale Station Road and Best Street, which is adjacent to a small stream and is connected to the Maryville Greenway.

Everett Park

This 20-acre park is located in the City of Maryville and includes a community center for senior adults.


Pearson Springs Park

This eight-acre park is located just off Montvale Station Road in Maryville and is connected to the Greenway.


Retail Shops

Listed below are locations where you can purchase baseball gear for your child.

Dick’s Sporting Goods

The DICK’S Sporting Goods in Alcoa, TN has everything you need for every season, whether you’re taking on a new training routine, gearing up for a round of golf or looking for a new pair of running shoes. Shop a huge assortment of footwear, workout clothes and more in store. 

Academy Sports

At each of our 250+ locations, we carry a wide range of quality hunting, fishing and camping equipment, patio sets and barbecue grills, along with sports and recreation products, at everyday low prices. 


Play It Again Sports

The Knoxville location is owned and operated by the Olive family. We have lived in the Knoxvillle area for almost 40 years and have been part of the Play It Again Sports family for over twenty of those years. If we carry it, we know about it and can help you choose what’s right for you

Little League

We've listed some Maryville Little League resources to help make your experience easier.

Maryville Little League

Maryville Little League is a nonprofit organization focusing on the values and traditions of Little League Baseball and Softball. Maryville Little League was first chartered with Little League International in 1952 and then located next to the Blount County Courthouse.                                                                                                                                                                            

League Age

Your player’s league age is determined by the Little League Baseball® and Little League Softball® Age Charts. The dates for baseball and softball are different, but each determines the division in which your Little Leaguer will play this season. The Age Determination Date for a Little League Baseball player is the actual age of a child on August 31 of the current year. 

Coaching Resources

Maryville Little League is a non-profit and can not function without plenty of help from lots of people. We always welcome volunteers for the many services that need to be performed during the year such as Managers (Head Coach), Coaches, Team Parents, Umpires, and Scorekeepers.



Any extra information we can provide, will be listed here. Below you will see information on Maryville Parks & Rec.

Maryville Parks & Rec

Programs and use of facilities offered by the Maryville-Alcoa-Blount County Parks & Recreation Commission comply with the current Executive Orders issued by Governor Lee, and is in compliance with guidelines from the CDC. Compliance with the guidelines minimizes the risk of exposure to COVID-19 but cannot eliminate the potential of exposure.  If you or your child (as a participant) has a compromised immune system, we recommend no participation in programs or facility use at this time. Our staff is trying to provide the safest environment possible by following current guidelines and committing to follow any additional requirements made by federal, state, and/or local regulations. If it becomes apparent a quality experience cannot be provided while in compliance with the recommended guidelines, the program will be cancelled and any paid fees will be fully refunded (minus any on-line transaction fees).                                                                                                                                                                  


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