Field Status & Locations

Blueridge Park
2465 Berkley Ave
Brooksbank Park
900 E 13th St
Cleveland Park
5200 Nancy Greene Way
Confederation Park
2145 Jones Ave
Delbrook Park
790 W Queens Rd
Eldon Park
4010 Ruby Ave
Inter-River Park
1301Lillooet Rd
Kilmer Park
1700 Dempsey Rd
Kirkstone Park
2300 Kirkstone Rd
Loutet Park
1700 Rufus Ave
Lynn Valley Park
3590 Mountain Hwy
McCartney Creek Park
1575 Larkhall Cres
Myrtle Park
4405 Cove Cliff Rd
Norgate Park
1578 McGuire Ave
Norseman Park
2310 Lonsdale Ave
Parkgate Park
1300 Parkgate Rd
Ray Perrault Park
1310 E Grand Blvd
Roche Point Park
4000 Block Dollar Rd
Seylynn Park
625 Mountain Hwy
Sowden Park
2300 Lloyd Ave
Sutherland School
1860 Sutherland Ave
William Griffin Park
800 W Queens Rd
Windsor School
931 Broadview Dr

Notices & Closures

Friday Sept. 23rd 11:30am Update 2:14pm

Inter-River #4 has been closed.

All grass fields are open except Loutet #2 and Eldon and Inter-River #4. All A.T. and gravel fields are open.

Super 8 teams please remember to lock goals up on the grass fields after use.

For weekend field conditions and closures as of Friday at 4:00 pm, phone 604-983-6444 (extension 503) to listen to a pre-recorded message. On Saturdays and Sundays view the twitter feed updates below.

If your grass field is closed, use your alternate dirt or all weather field. Don't know where your alternate field is? Call us by 4:00 p.m. on Friday at 604-983-6318.

For directions and a map to each location, visit the Vancouver Sports website and use the alphabetical directory.

For updates on sport field status and conditions in the City of North Vancouver follow @CNVFields and in the District of North Vancouver follow @DNVFields.

Updates on sport field status and conditions

Why are Fields Closed?

When it comes to North Vancouver's playing fields, field maintenance and player safety are top priorities. Playing fields are maintained by the District of North Vancouver, the City of North Vancouver or School District #44, depending on their location. To keep fields playable throughout the whole season and preserve them from extensive damage, we ask that users not play on the fields when they are closed or following inclement weather.

Closures are based on a review of field conditions by the District and City of North Vancouver's Parks employees. We use the following criteria to determine whether a field should be closed:

  • Heavy rain warnings
  • Standing water or large muddy areas on the playing surface
  • Frost, ice, snow or frozen playing surface.

Please note that closed means CLOSED! Anyone playing on a closed field will not be covered by insurance. Any coach using a closed field will be liable for repairs. Any team or group found playing on a closed field may lose their field permits and/or be subject to fines.

How to Evaluate Field Conditions

Leagues that book a field are responsible for evaluating field conditions before play and for reporting any hazards or safety issues. To report any problems, call 604-983-6318email us, or fill out our online Field Maintenance & Incident Report.

Use common sense when examining field conditions. A playable grass or all weather field will be:

  • Relatively dry and free draining
  • Firm and slightly springy
  • Without puddles, muddy spots, ice, frost or snow.

Keep in mind that adults weigh more than children and can cause considerably more damage to a soft field. When conditions are questionable, the referee is responsible for making the final decision on the field's playability. With marginal conditions, coaches and managers can suggest that players 'play to protect themselves'.

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