Vince Genna Stadium is a stadium in Bend, Oregon which opened in 1946. It is primarily used for baseball, currently college summer baseball league games and area American Legion baseball games. It was the long time home of Bend minor league baseball teams playing in the Northwest League (most recently the Bend Bandits) and the Western Baseball League. It is currently the home of the Bend Elks in the collegiate summer West Coast League. It has a capacity of approximately 3,500.
In 1979, the Central Oregon Phillies paid the Bend Metro Park and Recreation District $9,500 for use of the ballpark for the season. In 1980, the team paid $9,700. In 2008, the Bend Elks led the WCL in league and overall attendance, averaging 1,430 fans at Genna Stadium over 21 league home games. In 2010 Genna Stadium continued to lead the WCL in total and league attendance, along with average game attendance; its record-setting total season attendance was over 50,000 people.