Last Updated: November 26, 2014
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From the North coming 130 South:
Follow 130 South under I-195. Continue on 130 South thru 2 lights approx 1 mile. (will pass Hamilton Market Place on left, Home Depot on right, Harry’s Army Navy on left, Infamous anthrax Post Office on right, Garden State gas station on right.) Will see a restaurant called Rt 130 basically in front of you since 130 South has a small bend to the left at that point with a road, Rt 156, going off to the right almost as a fork in the road, bear off to right on Rt 156. Take this to traffic light, (Yardville Hotel Bar/liquor store on left corner) make a right. Follow past Villagio Icarra’s Pizza Restaurant on the right and Yardville National Bank on left and go straight thru a traffic light (you are on South Broad Street. You will see ACME on the right side) Continue over railroad tracks, past gas station on right, past the Bagel shop on right. At the second left (these streets almost look like driveways) past the railroad tracks make a left on Joe DiMaggio Drive. Follow Joe DiMaggio Drive straight thru the stop sign and proceed around the field. The building closest to the left field corner across the parking lot is the batting cage. ( NOTE: If you come to a traffic light before you make the left you went too far, however you can turn left at that light and left at the next road and be on Joe DiMaggio drive again.)
From the NJ Turnpike:
Exit at 7A. take I-195 West to 130 South and follow the directions from above for 130 South.
Take the I-195 East exit. Go to Exit 2, for Yardville. Stay on that road (South Broad Street) thru 2 traffic lights. ( At first traffic light you just crossed over Gropp’s lake and there is a school on the left and a church on the right. At the second traffic light there is a 7-11 and an Amoco gas station on the right hand side) After going thru the second traffic light make the first right on Joe DiMaggio Drive. Follow Joe DiMaggio Drive straight thru the stop sign and proceed around the field. The building closest to the left field corner across the parking lot is the batting cage.
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