The Owensboro Softball Complex is part of Jack C. Fisher Park, which was acquired by the City of Owensboro in 1985. The Owensboro Softball Complex opened in 1987. The Park was named after Honorable Mayor John Calhoun Fisher, who was Mayor when the property was purchased and when the complex opened.

The Owensboro Softball Complex was designed to host national, state, and local tournaments for both youth and adult tournaments and leagues. The complex consists of four fully lit ball diamonds, a centrally located air conditioned field house which contains concessions, offices, score keeping rooms, media center, free Wifi to the public, and  clean restrooms.  The complex can be set up for baseball or softball with multiple mound, base and fence distances.

It is the proud home to the KHSAA State Fast Pitch Softball Tournament, All “A” State Fast Pitch Softball Tournament, BPA Youth Baseball State and World Series Tournaments, NSA Men’s and Women’s World Series Tournaments and many more.  Adult Softball, Adult Kickball, Fall and Summer T-Ball, Youth Baseball and Softball Leagues take place throughout the year at the Owensboro Softball Complex.