Trailerville Acres

Trailerville Acres is a field first used during Season 4 and it has served as the host site of the Tapey Beercone Open Game. The park is situated in the backyard pasture at infamous Trailerville, CA and is a relatively flat grassy field with a sizable slope in the direction of the first base line. This slope has led to quite a few dramatic turns around third base after runners charge down the slope from second.

By Tapey Beercone standards the field is fairly large with a wide open center field. And yet, with it’s rectangular shape and fixed fencing serving as a home run line, home runs hit down the foul lines are very achievable. To left field, the fence is just 41 paces out, and in right field it is even shorter at 38 paces, though due to the slope the base of the fence is about 3 paces higher than home plate.

The view from third base with the Grand Salami Zone in center field.

Trailerville Acres is the first field to use a modular Grand Salami Zone, with a large inflatable pool serving as the target and positioned 45 paces out to straight away center field.

Field Name
Trailerville Acres
LocationTrailerville
CountyEl Dorado
StateCalifornia
Latitude38°45'N
Longitude120°55'W
Elevation1,549 ft
HeadingSW
Play Area Angle90°
Grand Salami ZoneLand in Pool.
Grand Salamis HitNone
Infield SurfaceGrassy Pasture
Outfield SurfaceGrassy Pasture
Outfield ObstaclesNone
Beer Pope CoronationsNone
Inception Date7/30/2016
Total Regents to Play at the Field6
Largest CrowdDozens of Friends and Family - 7/30/2016

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