Located just north of Indianapolis, Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana, offers a memorable visitor experience. Enjoy the unique local restaurants and shops in Downtown Westfield and visit the green spaces and trails that make it a walkable, vibrant destination for residents and visitors alike. In our neighboring Hamilton County communities, you’ll also find myriad entertainment options, including Conner Prairie interactive history park, Klipsch Music Center and the Palladium concert hall. Or venture to downtown Indy to tour Lucas Oil Stadium and NCAA Hall of Champions, or take the family to the world’s largest Children’s Museum and Indianapolis Zoo.
Grand Park Events Center
The Grand Park Events Center opened in summer 2016 as a centerpiece of the 400-acre Grand Park Sports Campus. The 370,000-sq.-ft. facility features three full-size professional turf fields (115 yard by 75 yards each), a 45,000-sq.-ft. warmup area, a 30,000-sq.-ft. mezzanine concourse for spectator viewing and 5,000 square feet of meeting space. Food and beverage services are also available in on-site restaurant, spectator lounge and viewing suites. Originally constructed for field sports (soccer, football, rugby, field hockey and lacrosse), recently added hard surface flooring also allows the option for basketball, volleyball and futsal.
Grand Park Sports Campus
Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana, welcomes nearly 1.5 million visitors annually, making it a destination like no other. Grand Park’s impressive lineup of playing space and amenities makes it an ideal tournament and event host site. Whether you’re planning a youth event or a national championship, your teams (and fans) will be treated to top-quality amenities that can only be found at a complex of this magnitude.
Grand Park features 31 multipurpose fields (for soccer, football and lacrosse) and 26 baseball and softball diamonds. State-of-the-art irrigation and drainage ensure top-quality playing surfaces for your event. Grand Park also features an abundance of green space and more than 10 miles of pedestrian/bicycle trails, including the largest trailhead on the Monon Corridor.