Directions to Bernard Holland Park
New to our park? Not sure how to get there or which field to go to once you’re there? With this park guide, you’ll be set.
Getting to the Park
Bernard Holland park is west of Airlane Drive on the south side of Interstate 30 in Benton. Click the image below for a static map of how to get to the park.
- Coming from the southwest on Interstate 30 (purple), leave the Interstate at Exit 116 (Sevier St.). Follow the access road for about half of a mile and then turn right on Airlane Road.
- Coming from the northeast on Interstate 30 (blue), leave the Interstate at Exit 116 (Sevier St.) and after you’ve driven under the overpass, curve to the right onto the overpass. After driving the length of the overpass, veer right and then turn left onto the access road. Turn left onto Airlane Road after about 100 yards.
- Once on Airlane, there are two entrances to the Park both on the right, the first about 500 yards from the access road through the old Airport runways, the second about 800 yards on Dale Avenue.
You can click here to view the Park’s location in Google Maps.
Address for your GPS
Use the intersection of Dale Avenue and Holland Park Road on your GPS
Latitude / Longitude for your GPS
34.552219 N, 92.608067 W
Once at the Park
Bernard Holland Park is home to not only Benton Youth Sports Baseball, but also men’s and women’s softball. The three fields set apart on the north end of the Park is the home to the softball leagues. If you enter the Park from the north entrance through the airfield, the softball fields will be directly in front of you.
The eight fields set off to the south end of the Park is home of the Benton Youth Sports Baseball. Once near the park, you will find ample parking both outside the fenced Park area and inside as well. There are two entrances into the Park’s fenced area, one to the north and another to the south. (these entrances into the fenced area of the Park are displayed on the map below as the vehicles in black squares)
Once You’ve Parked
Once you’ve parked, finding the right field is a snap with the color-coded map below. It is displayed here in thumbnail form, but can be clicked to view in full-size for printing or sharing. In between Fields 3 and 4 is the concession stand which serves all of the parents, coaches, umpires and players for the baseball area of the Park.
Satellite imagery courtesy of Google and TeleAtlas.
More Information about the Triple Crown and the Tournament of Champions
Over 430 Teams participated in the 30th annual Wally Hall Tournament of Champions and Everett Triple Crown last year and our goal for 2013 is 500 teams! We are proud to host Arkansas' LARGEST tournament. The TOC has raised over $250,000 for local charities and organization since BENTON has become the host city! Charities that include the Boys and Girls Club, Christian Community Care Clinic, Habitat for Humanity and the local High School Teams and Cheerleaders! This year we will be moving the Men;s Softball back to Jacksonville,s Dupree Park, This will allow us to take more teams in baseball in BENTON and expand the Adult softball divisions. REGISTER NOW!!!!
One lucky team that participates in the Triple Crown and TOC will receive a BIG team package donated my Everett Buick Pontiac GMC!!!!! You must play in one of the legs of the Triple Crown and play in the TOC to be eligible.
Thanks to all our sponsors that allow us to give the BEST prizes possible while raising money for our charities!