Flower Mound Youth Sports Association

Weather Updates & Parking, Park Policies

Weather Updates/Rain Out Information

Weather-related updates will be posted online on the main AAYBA website under Weather Updates. Do NOT call the Tournament Directors as they will be busy assessing fields with the various municipalities.

Parking & Overflow Parking - Including RV's

Parking is always a premium on Opening Days. Please understand that no tents may occupy any designated parking spots. Also, you cannot "save" parking spots. There are several grassy areas for tents, come early! SEE MAPS for more information over overflow parking. We have secured overflow parking directly across the street (on the East side of Duncan Lane, weather dependent) and at the High School on Duncan Lane (Ben E. Harmon High School) and will have volunteer parking attendants on duty to assist as needed. We will have shuttles running from the High School Parking Lot to the Main Concessions Building at Bakersfield Park.

Due to the massive amounts of spectators expected on the two Opening Day Saturday's we will not be able to accommodate RV's at Bakersfield Park on those days. RV's will need to be parked at either of the overflow lots; at the High School on Duncan Lane, or the grass lot on Duncan Lane, on those Saturdays. TOFM has ordinances in place forbidding overnight stays. If bringing an RV for the day during game day's, we will have designed areas in the back of the main parking lot at Bakersfield Park to accommodate daytime parking (again, no overnight stays, due to TOFM ordinances).

Cooler Policy

Players, parents, and fans are permitted to bring coolers/drinks into the following Texas World Series parks: Bakersfield Park, Gerault Park, Lake Park, Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park and Unity Park. No alcohol, glass containers or tobacco permitted at any park at any time.

Ice Water Provided in Dugouts - Players Provide their own Water Bottles

The tournamentark provides 5-gallon water coolers in each dugout. The tournament will maintain the water coolers with ice-water throughout the World Series. Players are to provide their own water bottles. Do not leave a mess of paper cups in the dugout for the next team to clean up. If using paper cups, it is the teams responsibility to clean up after themselves and leave the dugout clean for the next team.

Chairs, Tarps, & Tents

Chairs are allowed and tents are fine as long as they don't block the view of others. Tarps are not allowed.

No Metal Cleats on Any Turf Surface at Any Facility

This includes: Temp Mounds, Batting Cages, or other Turfed Warm-Up Areas!

Boom Boxes

Boom Boxes are allowed as long as the music does NOT disturb other teams and the lyrics are not offensive to children. Keep it fun and respectful and it's all good!


Use of tobacco products of any kind is strictly forbiden on the fields and in the dugouts, specifically by City or Town Ordinances, and is also forbiden at all AAYBA events.

Dog's at the Ballparks

Dog's are welcome as long as they are on a leash, cleaned up after, cared for and are non threatening to small children, the handicapped and elderly. This is a family event centered around youth baseball. If bringing a dog, please make sure you are familiar with Town and City Ordinances and are also cautious regarding the heat and time outside for your dog. The three municipalities we play in are: Flower Mound, TX, Highland Village, TX, and Lewisville, TX. (Note: Flower Mound and Lewisville both have dog parks.)

Parents with Cameras

Parents are welcome to videotape and/or photograph their own players/teams. However, under no circumstances are they allowed in the dugout or on the field. Parents ignoring this safety rule will result in both the parent and manager being ejected from the game.