Maybe a small disclaimer, if you want to call it that. I've only been to five Division III stadiums: Wabash, DePauw, Franklin, Illinois Wesleyan, and Wisconsin-Whitewater. I've driven around Marietta's, but never been inside it. I have been inside a locker room at Oberlin's football stadium to shower after a disc tournament (I'm not exactly sure we were supposed to). My dad and I have talked about making the relatively short trip to Springfield to watch Wabash play Wittenberg, but we still haven't done it. Maybe next year (as that game is home this year).
Here we are, presented in the order I found them on Google Maps. The stadia of the North Coast Athletic Conference. All pictures are shown with north at the top, so you can get a sense of the alignment.
Hollett Little Giant Stadium
-Built in 1966
-Great view of field from inside Allen Center
-Joined NCAC in 2000, 6 Conference championships (2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011)
-This stadium just had major renovations for this season. I haven't seen this stadium to really know what renovations have been made, so it's possible it now has artificial turf. If so, it's not indicated on the DePauw or D3Football websites.
-Joined NCAC in 2012. No conference championships (though I suppose you can't hold that against them yet)
-Built in 1921
-All seating on one side of the field. Doesn't quite seem fitting for the winningest program in Division III.
-Founding NCAC member. 10 Conference championships (1992, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2012)
-Built in 1929
-9,100 seats (easily largest in NCAC)
-Founding NCAC member. 2 Conference championships (1989, 2012)
-Construction date not listed anywhere I could find
-All permanent seating on one side, but stadium is built in a natural bowl, and hillside seating is greatly encouraged
-They bring a single bagpipe player on the road. I'm sure the display at home games is a little grander given their old Coke commercial.
-Founding NCAC member. 2 Conference championships (1997, 2004)
-Built in 1922
-Steve Carrell's alma mater. That's cool, right?
-Founding NCAC member. 2 Conference championships (1985, 1986)
-Built in 1962
-Seating on one side. Also, I have been on Kenyon's campus, but I wasn't near the football stadium. I have, though, slept outside their tennis courts thanks to Steve messing up our hotel reservations for a disc tournament. We were woken up in the middle of the night by campus security, but they didn't make us leave. I don't really have great memories of Kenyon.
-Founding NCAC member. 1 Conference championship (1989)
-Built in 1925
-One sided stadium. Sits right next to a lacrosse/field hockey stadium which is much, much nicer. Obviously not a school overly concerned with football.
-Founding NCAC member. No conference championships. (See above?)
-Unknown construction date
-Looks like it would be a good view from athletic center
-Joined NCAC in 2000. No conference championships. Not to pick on them, but they've won 13 games total since joining the conference. Clearly football is not their sport.
-Unsure of construction date, maybe 1962?
-This was until recently natural grass, and well-known to be a mud bowl of a field. I think every team hated playing at 'Gheny thanks to that field. It was a great home field advantage. This seems to have dissipated with the new turf.
-Founding NCAC member. 9 Conference championships (1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003)