The outdoor recreation complex, also known as the 'Field of Dreams', includes a lit baseball diamond, two full-size soccer pitches, one intermediate-size pitch, two mini-pitches, and the Dorchester Dog Day Park. There are washroom facilities on site.
In 2014, the municipality of Thame Centre was given $100 000 by the Toronto Blue Jays for the construction of the outdoor recreation facility which was to include a major league-style baseball diamond with stadium lighting.
The outdoor recreation complex is also the home of the Great Lakes Canadians. An elite-level amateur baseball organization that was established in 2013 by Dorchester native Chris Robinson and Lambeth native Adam Stern. It is part of the Canadian Premier Baseball League.
Construction on a brand-new, state-of-the-art, baseball stadium for the ball club has begun. The cutting-edge venue will be built directly across from the current baseball diamond. The ballpark will include 400 seats, dugouts, a full turfed batting tunnel, and two full turfed bullpens, with hopes for a number of additional amenities. Thanks to the Toronto Blue Jays' continued support for the growth of baseball in Canada, GLC players will be competing on the former turf of the Rogers Centre. To honour the Blue Jays' involvement, and to make the facility even more unique, the field dimensions will mirror that of the Rogers Centre.