The Town of Stonewall is located along Provincial Trunk Highway 67 with a population of 4,536 (as of the 2011 Census). Stonewall is just 25 kilometers north of Winnipeg, Manitoba's capital city.
Baseball action will take place at Stonewall Quarry Park, an 80 acre multi use park located at the north end of Main Street. The park provides a natural area, swimming and picnic facilities, camping and walking trails. Quarry Park also displays the many aspects of limestone production and the history of the quarry is documented through a museum and interpretive program.
Fines Field is a 9 diamond baseball facility located in Stonewall Quarry Park and has hosted national and international Championships.
The town has a many restaurant where teams can catch a bite between games and the beautiful park also allows for rest and relaxation.
Selkirk is located 22 kilometers (14 mi) northeast of Winnipeg, on the Red River. WikiMiniAtlas
It has a population of 9,834 as of the 2011 census. A lift bridge over the Red River connects Selkirk with the smaller town of East Selkirk.
It is home to one of the Baseball Canada’s major sponsors – Dairy Queen, two hotels and a camp ground.