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Eastlake Little League Baseball

Eastlake Little League

Eastlake Little League Baseball (ELL) was founded in 1998 for the families of Eastlake Little League in Chula Vista, CA.  It has a strong reputation as a competitive little league with solid coaching and an emphasis on baseball fundamentals.

Eastlake Little League is part of District 42 Little League and Western Region Little League.

The league has a total of five baseball fields.  Four of the Five fields are within the confines of Eastlake Trails South, and host the following leagues: Majors, Minor A, Minor B, Single A, and Tee-Ball leagues.  The ELL’s main facility has a private parking lot, snack bar, caged bullpen and four professionally maintained fields.

The Juniors field is located 1.8 miles away off Olympic Parkway and on Olympic Vista.

The Juniors field can be found by taking Olympic Parkway east off of the 805 or 125 and turning right on Olympic Vista.

The Eastlake Little League main fields are located at- 1225 N. Creekside Drive, Chula Vista, California 91915. Take Otay Lakes Road east off of the 805 or 125 to Hunte Parkway. Turn right on Hunte Parkway. The first light is King Creek Way. Turn left on King Creek Way. The first stop sign is North Creekside Drive. Turn left and follow the street as it turns to the right. You will see the fields on your left.

For ELL’s official website, click here www.eastlakell.com

Eastlake Little League Boundaries

Northern City of Chula Vista Boundaries and/Second San Diego Aqueduct boundary east to Highway 125 South to Proctor Valley Road East the Upper Otay Reservoir.

South from Middle Upper Otay Reservoir south to the Middle of Lower Otay Reservoir to the San Diego County Line.

An Imaginary line extended southward from the Lower Otay Reservoir west along the San Diego County line west to the extension of Highway 125 North.

North from the San Diego County and Highway 125 North to Telegraph Canyon Road West to Rutgers Ave. North on Rutgers Ave. to Corral Canyon Road north to an imaginary line on northern City of Chula Vista boundary/Second San Diego Aqueduct.


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