Olsen Park

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5510 Olsen Park Lane
Wilmington, NC 28405
Entrance to park is off Corporate Drive.
Note: no entry to park from Murrayville Road.

Andrea Talley 910.343.3682  (TDD 341.7873/TTY 711) 


  • 5 softball/baseball  fields with lights Field Layout
  • 1 restroom/concession building
  • Miracle Field 
  • Kiwanis Miracle Playground
  • 1 restroom/vending building
  • 1 picnic shelter
  • Volleyball Court
  • Parking

This park was a joint project of New Hanover County and the City of Wilmington. The complex is managed by the City of Wilmington.

“Dogs are permitted at Olsen Park but must remain on a leash and off of the softball/baseball fields”.

Tournament/Field Rental Information

Field can be rented individually or you can rent all fields for tournament/special event.

For more information call 910.343.3682.

Softball Leagues 

For information about softball leagues, call Wilmington Softball Association @  910..899.2455
or email  

Picnic Shelters 

There are 2 picnic shelters at Olsen Park.   The picnic shelter by the playground is managed by Access Wilmington.   The shelter adjacent to the volleyball court  near the concession building is not available for rental but can be used on  first come first serve basis. 

Miracle Field

For more information:  Call 910.508.6788

The field has a special rubberized turf playing surface that enables individuals with mobility issues to participate in a variety of different sports.  Bases are inlaid to allow participants utilizing wheelchairs and other mobility devices freedom to navigate. Unlike miracle fields in other parts of the country, the Wilmington field was built to accommodate adults as well as children.   Users of the field include children from special education classes, nursing home residents, veterans programs participants including Wounded Warriors and Special Olympics athletes.  Programming at the Miracle Field is managed by Access Wilmington.

Adjacent to the Miracle Field is the Kiwanis Miracle Playground which is the largest accessible playground in the southeast.  Earlier this year, 150 volunteers came out for playground build day.   The playground was funded with a combination of Wilmington and New Hanover County bond funds,  donations from the local Kiwanis Club and Wilmington Believes in Miracles campaign.  Learn more here.

In addition to the Miracle Field and playground, the project includes  a family restroom building and a fully accessible viewing stand.