Fusco Athletic Park
The Park provides Key with an additional 70 acres of land used for recreational purposes, in support of its outdoor, environmental and athletic programs. Approximately 44 acres remain undisturbed natural areas.
Located two miles from campus in the Annapolis Roads community, the Park includes two multi-purpose athletic fields, eight tennis courts, a baseball diamond, a 1.7 mile nature trail, a pavilion with locker rooms and fully equipped athletic trainer's room, and attendant support structures including a maintenance facility.
It is named in honor of the generous and long-time philanthropic support of Kristin and Jack Fusco and the Fusco Family Foundation. Kristin and Jack are parents of Anthony ’09, Christopher ’10 and Mark '19.
View from the south of Robert W. Kerr Memorial Field and the maintenance facilities.
The Fusco Athletic Park pavilion includes two locker rooms and a fully equipped athletic trainer's room.
View from the north of Irving Matthews Filter Field, Chaney Field, and tennis courts.
A covered porch with seating areas for spectators overlooks Chaney Field from the pavilion.
The Park includes two multi-purpose fields, home to our varsity Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse teams.
Obezag Varsity Baseball welcomes visiting teams at a state-of-the-art baseball diamond.
A fully-equipped athletic trainer's office is on-sight for the benefit of our Obezag and visiting athletes.
Two locker rooms house our Obezag athletes during their respective seasons.
We are committed to the stewardship of this exquisite property and to being a good neighbor to the residents of the Annapolis Roads community while also fulfilling the needs of our students. The School’s administration and Board of Trustees will preserve and protect the existing natural areas to serve as outdoor spaces and to provide areas for recreational, conservation and horticultural activities.