Bob Muller Ball Field & Park

Located on Chestnut Street, Bob Muller Ball Field & Park is a busy summer attraction.  Late May - early July this park is the home for the Osage Park & Rec Summer Ball program, and also host to various weekend tournaments.  You may also find the occasion game of pick-up ball! 

Bob Muller Ball Field & Park is home to: 1 - T-ball diamond, 1 - softball diamond, 1 - baseball diamond, restroom facilities, concessions (during games only), lighting for night games, bleachers, batting cage, and a small playground.  Parking is available along Chestnut Street and various side streets, and also at the Osage High School parking lot.

In 1981, the Park Board officially took over the boys' little league and the newly-formed girls' softball league.  This was for kids in grades 1 to 6.  The program was growing fast and there were nearly 300 participants, which caused a shortage of ball diamonds.  After struggling for several years, land was purchased for a ball field complex.  This was located between Sawyer Drive and the fairgrounds.  The four acres was developed over the next ten years into Bob Muller Ball Field.  Bob (Senior) was an energetic volunteer coach who was always available to help with the kids in any sport.  He passed away unexpectedly at a young age, and the ball field was named in his honor. 
Funding for the Bob Muller Field has come from many sources including grants, gifts, and fundraisers.  The Osage Kiwanis use the field yearly for a weekend tournament and much of their proceeds come back to help build and maintain the fields.

Amenities Include:
     3 Ball Fields (2 with lights)
     Concessions (open during activities)
     Batting Cage
     Small Shelter House