Cuyahoga Falls
Stow ★ Woodridge
Little League

Little League North Complex Expansion

Celebrating our Past. Expanding our Future...

Consistently, since the early 1970s, volunteers in Cuyahoga Falls have dedicated themselves to baseball and softball games in our Wyoga Lake Road Complex. With six fields, batting cages, and a concession stand, the Little League North Complex has been the place where friendships grow, players develop and character is built, one base hit and one hot dog at a time. It is likely that you, or certainly someone you know, have had the opportunity to play, coach, or watch games at our beautiful location.

The popularity of our league has surged in recent years. Since 2016, our league has nearly tripled in size, which includes absorbing Cuyahoga Falls Little League South. In addition to our spring season, we now host baseball tournaments and provide a fall ball season.

Our growth has forced us to use less-than-desirable fields in various locations across our city. We now need to seize the opportunity to expand our complex and add 3 fields on 6 undeveloped acres on our property. With these fields, we can continue to provide the experience that Little League North is known for in one location.

This capital improvement project starts now! Field excavation is underway. This fall, we plan to have a large field for onsite practices while we continue to raise funds for fencing, walkways, and dugouts. Our volunteer crew is ready with rakes and shovels to do much of the field work, just as was done in the 1970s.

Thank you for considering how you can be a part of this project. With your help, the pride we have in our players, our Little League families, our complex, and our organization will endure for many more generations!

Help support the expansion

with a tax-deductible donation

Just click the DONATE button below and follow the steps to send money with PayPal. Please be sure to include your name and “CFLLN Donation” in the description. We appreciate your support!

Cuyahoga Falls Stow Little League North
is a 501(c)(3) organization