|Olympic Stadium last hosted professional baseball in the late 1990's when the Grays Harbor Gulls of the independent Western League called this park home. Apparently this economically depressed area of Washington was unable to support them. The all wooden park appears to be one of the most unique in the country. The shingled exterior makes it look more like a warehouse than a ballpark. The completely covered 'L' shaped grandstand extends all the way down the line in right and extends into the outfield. While the seats are just benches, the park appears to be in excellent shape. And apparently it still receives plenty of use from amateur teams. Olympic Stadium is a hidden gem that is well worth visiting if you are traveling along Route 101 in Washington.