McLeod Athletic Park is truly a multi-sport facility with the ability to host several different sporting events.
The four-diamond softball complex has hosted national softball tournaments at various levels. There are also three non-regulation size fields for larger recreational tournaments and the newest addition to the park is the lit baseball diamond with announcer's booth.
The Stadium and track are among the best in BC and will be utilized in 2010 for the BC Summer Games. The stadium has the ability to hold 2,200 spectators while they watch athletes compete in all areas of track and field. There is an eight-lane rubberized track, javelin, high jump, long jump, discus, shot put and pole vault.
There are also six natural-turf soccer fields and one lit artificial turf field for soccer or football, four tennis courts and a lacrosse box.
In addition to these sporting facilities there are public washrooms, a children's play area and picnic areas. Combined the grandstand and Rotary House have six change rooms (four with showers), two officials rooms, two meeting rooms for up to 75 people each, two concessions (one being a full concession), one medical room, one media room with announcers booth and office space.
ROTARY FIELD HOUSE
Sport Langley encourages sport tourism within Langley and demonstrates to Sport Organizations that Langley believes in the value of sport and recreation and is willing to support efforts to bring quality world-class events to our community.
Sport Langley is able to help in several ways:
• Liaison with facilities, parks, sport associations, accommodations, volunteers, transportation, catering
• Provide financial and in-kind support
• Assist in determining the economic impact of your event
• Access to an image bank
• Letters of endorsement from key stakeholders in the community
To ensure Langley is the best choice for your event please contact Sport Langley and they will be happy to meet with you to discuss the possibility of hosting your event.
2010 BC Summer Games
2009 BC High Schoo AAAl Football Championships
2009 Canadian Junior Leagues Baseball Championships
Annual Langley Cup International Soccer Tournament
Langley is located in an area that often experiences less rainfall than the surrounding communities, due to the a small micro-climate throughout the township and city of Langley. However the winter months bring enough rain to keep the area green throughout most of the year but with an average snow fall of only 20cm and an average temperature of 2˚C (35.6˚F), the snow does not last long. The summer brings plenty of sunshine and over 1800 hours of sunlight, but light rain showers are not uncommon. The average temperature during the summer months (May to September) is 17˚C (62.5˚F), but it is not uncommon to see July and August temperatures reach over 26˚C (78.8˚F).