Spring and Summer Bookings
The Rotary Athletic Park of Olds is now open for bookings on recreational reserve lands in northwest Olds - see map here. This is a multi-use regional facility accommodating athletic fields developed for soccer, baseball diamonds, horseshoe pits, and washroom facilities. The recreation site is well integrated with the surrounding community through a series of on-street and off-street pathways that provide direct connections to the site. Use is by scheduled bookings only.
Adapting to Community Growth
This type of facility meets community needs leading into the next quarter century, support activity, encourage an active healthy lifestyle, and be a part of the development growth of the community. The concept plans were developed through community consultations.
Two Softball Diamonds
Both 275’ from homeplate to centerfield outfield fence
Five-row bleacher at each diamond
Concrete spectator pad provided
One power outlet provided at each diamond
One water fountain provided at each diamond
Two Baseball Diamonds
One is 365’ from home plate to centerfield outfield fence
One is 382’ from home plate to centerfield outfield fence
Both have a five-row bleacher at the diamond
Both have concrete spectator pads.
One power outlet is provided at each diamond
One water fountain is provided at each diamond
One bay batting cage with artificial turf matting.
There are 10 National level Horseshoe pits constructed and fenced in.
One power outlet
One water fountain
Two minor fields run E/W
One Major field running N/S
Total of two major fields measuring 80m x 100m
Total four minor fields measuring 40m x 80m
One water fountain provided at the pathway for the fields
Mens' and Womens' bathroom
Two stalls in each washroom
Water is provided.
The only lights provided on site are the parking lot lights. No lights at the play fields.
2.97km of paved pathways
363 regular stalls
6 barrier free stalls
To book parks or sports fields, contact our Facility Bookings team.
Grand Opening Ceremony for Rotary Athletic Park of Olds
September 11, 2021