Home to the North Georgia baseball team, Bob Stein Stadium was constructed during the fall of 2008 and features a first-class facility for the Saints. With 500 chair back seats, fans will enjoy a perfect venue for NCAA Baseball. The newly constructed Bob Stein Stadium enters it’s second season as the home of the Saints, offering players, fans, and media a beautiful facility with the backdrop of the Dahlonega Mountains.
Since the original construction of the baseball complex, the dugouts, field, and amenities have undergone changes and upgrades over the past six seasons. In 2005, the maintenance building was built along the left field fence to house grounds crew equipment and team supplies. A new state of the art scoreboard was added prior to the 2008 season to complement the matrix board, giving fans statistics and game information.
DIRECTIONS TO BOB STEIN BASEBALL STADIUM
Take US 129 north to GA 60 north. When you enter Dahlonega. Turn left at the first stoplight onto Morrison Moore Parkway. Continue on the bypass to next stoplight. turn left onto Barlow Road and the field is on the left. (From Gainesville: 30 min.)
Take GA 400 north toward Dahlonega until it ends at GA 60/19 S. Turn left on GA 60/US 19 and head north into the city of Dahlonega. Turn left at the first stoplight onto Morrison Moore Parkway. Continue on the bypass to next stoplight. Turn left onto Barlow Road and the field is on the left. (From I-285: 1 hour)
Take I-75 south of Dalton, Ga., exit #136 (Dalton/Walnut Ave.). Travel east on US 76/GA 52 to Ellijay. Take GA 52 toward Dahlonega and follow it until it intersects GA 9. Follow GA 9 north to Dahlonega, at the first stoplight turn right onto Barlow Road and the field is on the left. (From Dalton: 90 min.)