Kapco Park

At Kapco Park, you’ll find great baseball with big league excitement,
delicious food, and affordable fun!

Kapco Park GrandstandKapco Park opened in 2012 as a joint venture between Concordia University Wisconsin, private businesses, and community-minded individuals with a passion for serving Southeastern Wisconsin. Located on the scenic bluff campus of Concordia overlooking Lake Michigan, the state-of-the-art baseball facility serves as the home of the Lakeshore Chinooks, proud members of the Northwoods League, and Concordia Falcon Baseball and serves the local community by providing affordable family fun and big league excitement! Kapco Park has a seating capacity of 2,020.


With a generous lead gift from Kapco Metal Stampings’ president, Jim Kacmarcik, Kapco Park’s fully synthetic turf field and modern stadium seating that includes reserved grandstand seating, general admission with bleachers, lawn seating, and a beer garden, plus three fully serviced fan decks and an outfield patio and grill area, provides local families and businesses the opportunity to enjoy baseball and community events in a stunningly beautiful location just east of I-43, easily accessible from anywhere in the Milwaukee community.

Designed as the premier collegiate baseball facility in the area, Kapco Park and Concordia University Wisconsin provide the highest quality playing experience for college athletes from throughout the nation as they compete in the prestigious Northwoods League, a summer collegiate baseball league that provides players with a strenuous schedule that closely mirrors life in minor league baseball.  Professional scouts throughout Major League baseball visit Kapco Park to evaluate players in consideration for future MLB drafts.

Significant Baseball Events at Kapco Park

May 3, 2011

  Kapco Park Groundbreaking Ceremony

April 1, 2012

  First Collegiate Game
(CUW defeated Wisconsin Lutheran College, 8-3)

June 4, 2012

  Chinooks 1st Home Game
ft. Bob Uecker & Robin Yount First Pitch
(Lakeshore lost to the Eau Claire Express, 2-1)

June 5, 2012

  Chinooks First Home Win  
(Lakeshore defeated the Eau Claire Express, 2-1)

May 30, 2013

MLB Commissioner Bud Selig Throws Out First Pitch On Opening Day
(Lakeshore defeats Wisconsin Rapids, 10-8)

June 22, 2013

Lakeshore and Madison Play Longest Game in NWL History 
21 Innings Over 5 ½ hours and Completed on July 12  
(Madison defeated the Chinooks, 5-4)

August 11, 2013

Chinooks Clinch First Ever Half-Season South Championship
First Playoff Berth
(Lakeshore defeated Madison, 17-3)

August 12, 2013

Chinooks Post First Home Playoff Victory
(Lakeshore defeated Madison 15-0)

May 21-24, 2014

Horizon League Championship Tournament hosted by UW-Milwaukee

May 30, 2014

Chinooks Retire Robin Yount’s #19 at Kapco Park

July 22, 2014

Lakeshore Hosts the 20th Annual Northwoods League All-Star Game

August 15, 2014

Lakeshore Chinooks Win First NWL Summer World Series Championship (Lakeshore swept Mankato 2-0 in Game 2 of the three-game series)

June 19, 2015

Kapco Park’s first expansion with the opening of Villani’s Backyard Patio


Kapco Park

outfield.12400787_858935707551224_8468384056666202007_nKapco Park’s unique field design pays tribute to Milwaukee’s baseball history through the input of Baseball Hall of Famer and Chinooks Minority Owner Robin Yount.  “I wanted to design the dimensions so there would be plenty of action both defensively and offensively,” says Yount.  “To me, seeing guys hit home runs is not as exciting as a player running out a triple or an outfielder making a great diving catch.”  And with those thoughts in mind Yount made sure there was plenty of room in the gaps for triples and added dimensions which are a tip of the hat to some of his former teammates.

Left Field Line:  317 feet

Left Field Gap:  344 feet

Center Field:  404 feet

Right Field Line:  319 feet

                                                                       Top Attendance Marks





Kenosha Kingfish

June 20, 2016


Wisconsin Rapids Rafters

July 29, 2012


Madison Mallards

August 8, 2012


Madison Mallards

July 25, 2015


Kalamazoo Growlers

August 3, 2014

grandstand.12400637_862401413871320_4681654719458309812_nIn addition to the entertaining action of collegiate summer league baseball, Kapco Park has serviced the community by hosting the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference tournament, numerous high school baseball games, including the WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament since 2012, baseball prospect showcases, various youth and little league outings, and Corporate Picnic events.

patio.12548926_863666110411517_6167885886940954891_nAs a service to the community, Kapco Park provides the highest quality and affordable food and entertainment to the local community. The Usinger’s Uecker Club, Leinenkugel’s Dock, Robin’s Nest, and Villani’s Backyard Patio provide upscale and exclusive food and beverage options for group and corporate outings. With a full range of promotions, musical performances, and celebrity guests, Kapco Park provides a unique entertainment experience.


Notable Names at Kapco Park

Bud Selig – MLB Commissioner

Jim Gantner – Milwaukee Brewers

LeRoy Butler – Green Bay Packers

Sgt. Slaughter – Wrestling Legend

Lynn Dickey – Green Bay Packers

Jim Duggan – Wrestling Legend

Frank Winters – Green Bay Packers

Kevin Nash – Wrestling Legend

Doug Melvin – Milwaukee Brewers

Al Snow – Wrestling Legend

John Henson – Milwaukee Bucks

Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase – Wrestling Legend

John Hammond – Milwaukee Bucks

Johnny Logan – Milwaukee Braves

Bonnie Blair – U.S. Olympian

Sam Dekker – UW Basketball

Bruce Froemming – MLB Umpire

Josh Gasser – UW Basketball

Cozi Zuehlsdorff – Dolphin’s Tale

Zak Showalter – UW Basketball

Sean Astin – Rudy & Lord of the Rings

Chris Mulkey – Friday Night Lights & Captain Phillips







For inquiries about renting the field at Kapco Park, please email info@lakeshorechinooks.com