Jim Frost Stadium is the dream of Jim Frost, owner of Frost Cutlery, who had a passion for helping the youth in Chattanooga. Construction on the stadium and centerpiece of Warner Park began during the summer of 1997. The City of Chattanooga opened the doors to Frost Stadium on April 20, 1998, drawing a standing-room-only crowd of 3,521.

The 1,500 seat stadium includes 1st-base, 3rd-base and outfield bleachers and an additional 800 chairback seats behind home plate. Amenities included are concession stands, restrooms, a glass-enclosed press box, two sky boxes, climate controlled locker rooms connected to the dugouts, batting cages and bullpens.
The officially-listed 3,500 capacity total ranks 3rd among all NCAA Division I softball facilities in the country as of January 2021.

The stadium has been updated as of May 2023. Frost Stadium is now an all turf field with brand new lights and a brand new video scoreboard. We can't wait for you to experience Frost Stadium and all it has to offer at this years DII National Championship! 


Spectator parking lots 1 & 2 are located on McCallie Avenue and will be on a first come first serve basis. Spectator parking lots 3 & 4 are located on Holtzclaw Avenue, entering in by the Chattanooga Zoo. These lots will have available shuttling from parking to Frost Stadium. All parking will be free for the duration of the event.

Warner Park NCAA Parking