Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) maintains over 400,000 square feet of playing fields on the Sunshine Coast. Regular field maintenance includes slicing, fertilizing, top dressing, over-seeding and aeration. The SCRD does not use herbicides or pesticides. Click on specific fields below for more information.
Sports Field update
About Sports Field Closures
SCRD fields are inspected twice each week. The fields are open for use when the turf is healthy enough to withstand the intended uses. i.e. soccer and baseball. The fields are closed for two reasons:
- when they become too saturated with water as use would cause general field damage and resulting in hazards for users.
- when the compaction and density of the field reaches a point where it can cause field damage, cleats will not penetrate the surface and cause risk of injury to public.
We will provide 24 hour notice of a further closures on this webpage and Facebook page.
We ask that in the event of colder temperatures or heavy rains, referees and coaches use their best judgement at game time as to whether the fields are safe to play on, and call it accordingly.
Interested in Booking an SCRD Playing Field?
To reserve a field or to attend an ongoing field user meeting please contact: Reagan Lovig at 604 885-6800 ext. 6616 or email.
Ongoing field users meet twice a year to reserve fields needed for the season ahead. These meetings occur mid February and mid July.
Brothers Fields in Town of Gibsons
The SCRD reserves the Brothers Fields on behalf of the Town of Gibsons. If you are interested in booking Brothers Field contact Reagan Lovig or email.
For all other inquiries about Brothers Fields, contact Town of Gibsons 604 886-2274.
District of Sechelt Field Info
For information on Kinnickinick, Picadilly, and Hackett Fields go to District of Sechelt or call 604-885-1986.
Keeping the Fields in Good Condition
Grassy playing fields will be CLOSED if weather conditions are too wet or freezing. Playing on the grassy fields under these weather conditions will damage the fields and may lead to longer closures. Please respect field closures.
Due to unexpected changes in weather, it is not always possible to anticipate field conditions prior to the weekend. If you have received notice that the fields are open, but you see that they are very wet, or in otherwise poor condition, please use good judgement about whether or not you should play on the fields. Thanks for your help in keeping the fields in good condition.
Dogs are not permitted on sportsfields.