Howard Hils Athletic Complex & Leagues

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Howard Hils Athletic Complex

The Howard Hills Athletic Complex (HHAC) is located at 2002 West Highway 24. 

The HHAC contains: 

  • Approximately 80 acres of ball fields including 8 softball / baseball fields and 3 football / soccer fields 
  • Basketball courts
  • Concession Building
  • Playground
  • Swings (*New in 2020*)
  • Volleyball courts
  • Batting cages

The facility has designated smoking areas by each restroom with cigarette butt receptacles. Smoking is now allowed anywhere else. Outside food and beverages are prohibited, though a concession stand with affordable pricing is available. No alcohol. The Moberly Parks and Recreation Department (MPRD) has a Zero Tolerance for the conduct of all participants, officials, and the general public. It is enforced.

Sports Leagues

Softball: MPRD organizes softball. Registration is online. Follow MPRD for updates on Facebook.

Baseball: Two private leagues organize baseball and have a cooperative agreement with MPRD for use of the HHAC. 

The Optimist Club organizes Little Optimist Baseball, Advanced T-Ball & Live Pitch, and Pitching Machine & Live Pitch. You can fill out their registration form and mail it to the PO Box listed on the form, or drop it by the MPRD Office. Follow the Moberly Optimist Club on Facebook.

Moberly Midget League organizes 8U through 14U baseball. Please visit their website,, for registration information. 

Field Rental

The MPRD has fields available for teams or individuals to rent for tournaments and practices. To rent a fields, complete a reservation at the office or online and pay Field Usage Fees (PDF).

Weather Policies and Recommendations

MPRD takes seriously the affects of weather and therefore has a policy for weather related delays or cancellations for softball. It recommends private baseball leagues utilize the same guidance, but it is ultimately up to each league. Similarly, the health of every sports participant and spectator is different so individuals can and should make their own responsible independent judgments about whether to attend and participate in situations where games are not delayed or cancelled. Additionally, the CDC provides this graphic with additional advise for handling heat.