Of the 2,500 spectator capacity, 833 is made up of permanent, chair-backed seating. The remainder consists of berm-style seating down either foul line. The field also features stadium lighting.
The field is named for Russell C. King, Wofford Class of 1956. King played baseball during his time at the college. His donation played a major role in the park's being built. Prior to the construction of King Field, the Terriers had played at Duncan Park since beginning Division I play in 1996.