Frank N. Andersen Recreational Complex

  • 3906 Southfield Drive
  • Saginaw, MI 48601

All too often children with special needs have a difficult time finding an athletic environment structured to their abilities.

We are a universally accessible sports complex. This complex provides a universally designed facility unique to the area. The primary focus of the complex is outdoor, multi-use field where people of all abilities can play baseball/softball, basketball, soccer and other sports on an accessible synthetic surface. Thanks to it synthetic-rubberized surface, this complex provides a level playing field where children and adults with varying disabilities, whether physical, mental, emotional, or otherwise can play, hit, run, catch and kick just like the best of them.

This complex also features support facilities such as a new accessible parking lot with an increased number of handicap parking spaces, a specially designed accessible family-style restrooms, and almost a mile of 8 ft. wide accessible paths throughout the park designed to link the features of the complex together other amenities within Liberty Park.

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