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Visit the Cowichan Sportsplex.
There's something here for everyone.

There's more here than great facilities - there is the vibe that comes from our visitors, their energy, the positive environment that is created when people come together to be fit and active.

Our family-friendly park includes ample parking throughout the site, picnic tables, a playground and washrooms, including one that is stroller and wheelchair accessible. We have a short nature trail, a cushioned fitness path, and outdoor exercise equipment for your enjoyment, free of charge. Our fields have lights too, so you can come down after dark and experience sports and fitness under the lights!

People come here to enjoy their leisure time and we provide them with high quality facilities to make that possible. They play soccer, field hockey, track & field, box lacrosse, field lacrosse, softball, fitness training, ultimate frisbee, walking, running and more.

You can enter the Sportsplex from Chesterfield Avenue or from Beverly Street near the traffic circle on Lakes Road in Duncan.

Visit the Sportsplex and see what it has to offer you.

The track was first covered with asphalt in 1997. The cushioned synthetic surface was added in 2000, making this 8-lane world class track and field facility ready for competition. Home of the CVAC Jaguars, this is a prized venue for track meets, field sports and community events throughout the year. Thank you to our major partners: Municipality of North Cowichan, School District 79, BC Winter Games Legacy Fund, CVAC Track & Field Club, Rotary Club of Duncan and the community at large, including 12-Hour Relay participants and contributors.
3 softball diamonds: Carson Field, McKinnon Field and Island Savings Baljet Field. These fields are well maintained, fully fenced with extended back stops, safety netting, bleachers, tournament quality lighting and washroom facilities. This is the home of the Cowichan Valley Slo Pitch Association and when softball is not in season other sports such as soccer, ultimate frisbee and field lacrosse take advantage of the grass outfields. Thank you to our Ball Diamond Legacy Sponsors: the McKinnon Family, the Pat Carson Family, and co-sponsors Peter Baljet GM and Island Savings with matching funds from the Government of Canada.
This water-based artificial turf is specifically designed for field hockey, but because of the all-weather nature of the surface and the tournament quality lighting, it is also enjoyed by ultimate frisbee, soccer and field lacrosse. The venue is fully fenced, with a 5-metre safety zone, covered team benches, ample spectator seating and washrooms nearby. This is the home of Cowichan Field Hockey and their Junior Field Hockey program. Thank you to our Legacy Sponsors: the family of John Ferreira, the Cameron Family and Cowichan Field Hockey’s Project Turf with matching funds from the Government of Canada and the Province of BC.
This competition sized outdoor lacrosse box is fully fenced, equipped with an electronic score board, spectator seating and tournament quality lighting. It is home to the Cowichan Valley Lacrosse Association. Thanks to our Legacy Sponsors: Weyerhaeuser, Country Grocer, Pacific Energy and Cowichan Valley Lacrosse.
This colourful play structure is highly interactive and fun. It is intended for kids between 5 and 10 years old. The playground is fully fenced, located near picnic tables, washrooms and parking. Thank you to the family of Bev Lashman, the Duncan Indo Canadian Community and Playground Health & Fitness for their contributions.
This set of outdoor fitness equipment allows all ages and abilities to train for strength and flexibility while enjoying the fresh air and the excitement of other activities going on around them. The equipment is located just outside the ball diamond fence, closest to our Beverly Street entrance. Thank you to the Municipality of North Cowichan and the Province of BC.
This is a 660 metre circular path that begins and ends at the outdoor fitness equipment. The path offers a shock absorbent surface made from recycled tires, and additional fitness station along the landscaped path. It is highly used for recreation, rehabilitation, and fitness training for all ages. Thank you to the Government of Canada, the Municipality of North Cowichan, City of Duncan, Daybreak Rotary, Duncan Rotary, Ceevac Roadrunners, Tire Stewardship BC and other community donors.
Behind the ball diamonds is a pond and wooded area that our local Rotarians have beautified in many ways. It is now a lovely pathway that winds itself around the pond, over foot bridges and through the native plant and bird life that call this area home. Thank you to our partners: Duncan Rotary Club and Duncan Daybreak Rotary.