Bend Elks


Bend Elks
70 SW Century Dr., Suite 100-373
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 312-9259
(The address is mailing address)

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About Bend Elks




John Marick
Tami Marick
Kelsie Hirko

Head Coach

Kyle Nobach

Assistant Coaches

Anthony Balderas
Joey Wong


Vince Genna Stadium
401 SE Roosevelt Ave Bend, OR 97702




LF- 330’
CF- 390’
RF- 330’


Vince Genna Stadium
Historic Vince Genna Stadium was built in 1964 and later named after its builder - “Mr. Baseball” himself, Vince Genna. High school, American Legion, and semi-professional teams initially utilized the stadium. Professional baseball didn’t come to Bend until 1970, when the Bend Rainbows, a minor league affiliate of the California Angels, first came to town. Hollywood actor Kurt Russell played second base for the Rainbows in 1971, finishing with a .285 batting average that season.

The Northwest League left Bend in 1994 and the Bend Bandits of the independent Western Major League played at the ballpark from 1995-1998. Following the exit of the Bandits in 1998, Vince Genna Stadium lay empty. In 2000, the historic stadium was in jeopardy of being bulldozed. The aptly named Save-Our-Stadium Committee went into action, rallying the community behind their efforts. The committee was successful in their quest to keep the ballpark, and Bend Elks signed a multi-year lease with the Bend Parks and Recreation Department to preserve baseball in Bend. The Elks have proudly called Vince Genna Stadium home since the team’s inception in 2000.


Bend, Oregon
Deschutes County

County Population

Must Eat
Black Bear Diner
The Pour House
Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails

Must See
Historic Downtown Bend

Watering Hole
Deschutes Brewery
Cascade Lakes Brewery
The Still Whiskey Bar

Best Golf
Crosswater at Sunriver Golf

Bend Bulletin

Bend is located in the foothills of Central Oregon’s Cascade Mountains on the edge of a Ponderosa pine forest as it transitions into the high desert plateau. Outdoorsy, yet sophisticated, Bend is the State’s hottest destination spot. Oregon’s playground is where it’s at if you like mountain biking, hiking, rafting, golfing, fishing, climbing, camping, skiing and/or general sightseeing. The area features several resorts and Historic Bend, a must-do locale, with 250 specialty shops, restaurants, brew pubs, art galleries, antique stores, coffee houses and such, coupled with Bohemian flare and historic charm. At an elevation of 3,628 feet, Bend enjoys the predominately dry climate of the Great Basin. Sunny days, low humidity and cool nights are common.