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Skagit River Park Sports Complex Playfields

Subfacility of Skagit River Park

Documents

Field Reservation Application (fillable) - STANDARD

Athletic Field Use & Reservation Policies

Field Rental Fees

Features

  1. Baseball / Softball Diamonds
  2. Concessions
  3. Internet
  4. Multi-Use Grass Fields
  5. Parking
  6. Pavilion
  7. Play Structure
  8. Practice Playfields
  9. Restrooms
  10. Tournament Playfields
Did you know...?
Burlington is home to one of the largest natural grass field complexes in the nation.

Skagit River Park playfields
are available for use with advance reservation only. 

About the Skagit River Park Sports Complex


Skagit River Parks (SRP) Sports Complex hosts 80 acres of picturesque multi-use playfields for a variety of sporting events and league play.

  • Eight baseball diamonds
  • Up to 30 soccer fields
  • Open space for a wide variety of sports/tournament play including Ultimate, lacrosse, football, rugby and AFL (Australian Rules Football).

The Sports Complex includes a concessions building with covered shelter, picnic tables, restroom facilities, lighted parking and children's playground.

Convenient to Hotels, Shopping, Dining

Hotels and additional lodging options are within a five-minute drive of the Sports Complex, with more than 200 places to shop and dine.

Three-Tiered Sports Complex

The multi-use 80 acre complex hosts four distinct sporting zones.
  1. Skagit River Park, East Lobe Playfieldsgrass fields maintained for tournament-level play - 27 acres
  2. Skagit River Park, West Lobe Playfields | two 4-plex ball diamonds and grass fields maintained for tournament level play - 40 acres 
  3. Dike District Playfields | two regulation-size soccer fields - 8 acres
  4. Whitmarsh Playfields | practice fields - 5 acres

Reservation Forms

Currently Scheduled 

Tournaments & Events 
View a list of tournaments and special events currently confirmed at the sports complex playfields. 


For playfield reservation information or questions, email Burlington Parks & Recreation or call 360-755-9649.