Ball Field

Location: Drive-in, gated entrance off private drive on Constellation Drive; walk-in entry at Godspeed Court

Our ball field is perfect for general recreational activities like football, soccer, and lacrosse. There’s a softball backstop plus benches, a picnic table, and swaings. Parking Is available. Key required for drive-in entry.

Questions about ball field usage can be directed to the Board Sports Representative

General Information

Gate. The gate must be closed and locked by the last Member to leave the field.

Hours. The ball field is available for use between sunrise and sunset.

Use. All users are requested to be courteous to homeowners’ in close proximity to the ball field and respectful of their privacy and property.  The use of the field for all sports activities including baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, snow sledding, snow related activities, etc. is to be at the users’ own risk. The Davidsonville Athletic Association (DAA) and Little League teams may have a limited use agreement with the HHHOA&YC. The use of the ball field under these agreements requires there must be at least one coach or adult from Harbor Hills present during such usage. Please contact the Sports Representative should further details be desired.

Vehicles and Parking. Please observe a maximum speed not in excess of 5 mph on the ball field driveway.All vehicles are to enter the area through the Constellation Drive access gate. Vehicles should be parked along or next to the gravel road at the bottom of the hill. Vehicles are not to be parked on or beside the driveway leading to the field at any time.

Pets. Pets are permitted year round. Members are to clean up after their pets.

Maintenance. The grass will be mowed occasionally during the growing season. Members should contact the Roads and Beautification Representative with any concerns regarding the condition of the ball field.

Clean-up. No trash receptacle is provided at the ball field. Please take your trash with you when you leave. Glass containers are not allowed on the ball field.

[2011 update]