Fireman's Field and Bush Tabernacle
Welcome to Fireman’s Field – Purcellville’s “Field of Dreams”
The 13-acre Fireman’s Field park is located in the heart of the Purcellville Historic District and contains the last remaining vestiges of “Dillon’s Woods,” the town’s most significant remaining urban forest populated with trees ranging in size from small dogwoods to majestic centuries-old white oaks.
The park includes two baseball fields with the main one selected as the site of the Babe Ruth League World Series in 2013, the sixth time the youth baseball organization has chosen Purcellville as a World Series destination. More information on the history of Fireman's Field can be found at www.firemansfield.com.
The Historic Bush Tabernacle (skating rink) at Fireman’s Field is a unique eight-sided structure that was once the largest building in Loudoun County until the construction of Dulles Airport in 1962. The Bush Tabernacle is managed by a non-profit through a lease arrangement with the Town. Visit www.bushtabernacle.com for more information about activities at the Tabernacle.
Today, Fireman’s Field park hosts numerous events, concerts, receptions, antique fairs, roller skating parties and is home to the annual Loudoun Grown Expo, Music and Arts Festival, Wine and Food Festival, and sports activities. The Fireman’s Field property is listed on the state and national registers of historic places.
For 2016, the Town of Purcellville is proud to announce that the Purcellville Cannons will be playing their home games at Fireman's Field. Visit www.purcellvillecannons.com for more information!