Best Baseball Diamond - 2010
Some other local municipal baseball fields are fancier or better kept. But few can boast a pedigree like that of the main baseball diamond at Anaheim's Pearson Park. It dates back to the 1930s, and the Art Deco-style stands look like a snapshot of Ebbets Field. It's rarely used by organized leagues, which makes the diamond so special—deep center field is usually occupied by soccer players, tennis courts stand to the right, and the shouts of families at the nearby pool serve as the soundtrack every summer. A true municipal-park experience.