The Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex (RORC) is a 53-acre outdoor facility for sports, recreation, and education that benefits the Ridgefield School District and the Community.
The Complex features six multipurpose sports fields, a playground, walking trails and open space and a community building. The site is owned by the City and the School District and has enough space for soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and field, and football. The Complex is tournament ready.
The Community Building at the center of the complex hosts a concession stand on the first floor. The second floor 2,500 square foot community room offers a small kitchen, tables, chairs and a view of the main baseball field. The second floor room is available for use by the public with a reservation and permit (if necessary).
The Complex is home to the Ridgefield Raptors West Coast League Baseball team. The West Coast League is a summer wood bat league for college-eligible student athletes, based in the Pacific Northwest. The Raptors plays approximately 30 home games between June-August each year.