Pelican Park Grounds

About the Park

Carencro, Louisiana is the home of our multi-million dollar complex with "country club" surroundings for players and spectators. We also host festivals, concerts and corporate events.



Baseball, Slow and Fast-Pitch Softball, Flag Football and MORE! You'll find it here at Pelican Park! We have many opportunities for you to get involved - Contact Us for more information.

Mercredi Concerts


Our Mercredi Shows are held every Wednesday for 7 weeks in the Fall and Spring. Check the schedule for upcoming shows.

Park Activities

More Activities

Take advantage of our jogging track and fully stocked fishing pond. You can also join the fun as a spectator at one of the many events – including the "Strongman Competition."

Soft Drinks and Concessions

While you're here, you'll want to take advantage of the great food and drinks at our concessions window, restaurant or bar.

Park Facilities

The enclosed clubhouse offers air-conditioned comfort for enjoying a meal while watching the activities.

Spring Registration

August 8, 2015 Knights of Columbus State Tourney

      Tournament info contact Robert Boudreaux

Pelican Park and Richie Soley hosting the Cajun Classic Major July 31-August1-2, 2015

  For information contact Richie Soley (985) 385-0390   


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                Mercredi Show begins September 9, 2015

  Featuring: Geno Delafose & French Rockin` Boogie

Geno Delafose Photograph              



 Anyone wanting to volunteer for Special Olympics contact Kayla at 896-5000.

Host a Tournament - Contact Pelican Park for details.

Wishing everyone a Happy Fourth.


Carencro High Alumni Tournament October 10, 2015

Carencro High Alumni Tournament. Come out and enjoy some softball and support your class.

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