The Tony Robichaux Sports Complex, named in honor of Crowley’s native son and former Ragin’ Cajun baseball coach, features 9 fields including Miller Field with the historic score board. Built in 1948, it was home to the Crowley Millers. The Millers competed in the Evangeline league in the 1950’s. Crowley held the attendance record attracting more 100,000 fans in a season.
The state of the art tennis courts were completed in 2012 by the hard work of many volunteers and generosity of many donors. Named after Mr. Glady Trahan who spent his life teaching and coaching the game he loved to youth of Crowley.
Additionally, a football field, parks, community centers and the Rice Festival Building round out the complex and offerings for teams and community events.