|Former names||Frankston Oval|
|Coordinates||38°8′32″S 145°7′13″E / 38.14222°S 145.12028°E / -38.14222; 145.12028Coordinates: 38°8′32″S 145°7′13″E / 38.14222°S 145.12028°E / -38.14222; 145.12028|
|Owner||Frankston City Council|
|Operator||Frankston Football Club|
|Frankston Football Club (VFL)|
Frankston Park is a regional Australian rules football ground located in Frankston, Victoria in Australia. It is home to the VFL team, the Frankston Dolphins, and is a planned secondary ground of the AFL team, the St Kilda Saints, when they relocate their training base to Frankston's Belverdere Park in 2010.
Bryan Mace Grandstand
The grandstand at Frankston Park was the original grandstand from the first ever Australian Scout Jamboree in 1935, and was relocated to the ground shortly after. In 2005, Frankston City Council funded a A$1.2 million refurbishment of the grandstand. Following the latest refurbishment, it was renamed the "Bryan Mace Grandstand", in honour of the Frankston Football Club stalwart and general manager. The historic grandstand remained as a landmark at Frankston Park for 72 years, until it was destroyed by fire on 12 February 2008.