The Navarro College Baseball team plays its home games on the Perry D. “Peno” Graham Field in Corsicana, Texas. Its dimensions are 330 down both lines, 375 in the power alleys, and 400 to dead center field. The field features:
The Special Events Center (also known as SEC building) not only hosts basketball and volleyball games, but also graduation ceremonies and other college-related special events. The building is located on the Corsicana campus between the GOOCH One Stop Student Center and Gibson Hall.
Corsicana’s Tiger Stadium is the home for Navarro College Bulldogs football. Since the 10,000-seat stadium opened in September 2006, the Bulldogs are 45-8 at the $18 million facility. The stadium is located at the intersection of Farm-to-Market roads 2555 and 744 on 30 acres of a 116-acre tract bought by CISD in 2004. Tiger Stadium is west of Corsicana High School and south of the Navarro County Exposition Center on Texas Highway 22. The facility installed a new artificial surface for the start of the 2016 season.