5375 Yellowhead Highway
The Tournament Capital Ranch (TCR) is located less than 15 minutes from downtown Kamloops on the east shore of the North Thompson River.
Situated on just over 300 acres, the TCR offers 8 slo-pitch diamonds at national standards level, with 2 diamonds offering lights, score clocks and power and water in the dugouts. Each diamond has seating for 250 spectators. Visitors will also enjoy the onsite concession, washrooms, meeting space, childrens playarea, large patio and fenced areas for beer gardens and other special activities.
1500 Island Parkway
McArthur Island is home to many Kamloops sports and recreation facilities. The 51 hectare Island offers 10 soccer fields, 12 baseball diamonds, executive length golf course, indoor sports centre (hockey, sledge hockey, speed skating, figure skating and curling), bicycle paths, parks and picnic land, a lagoon, a wild flora and fauna reserve, lawn bowling, tennis courts and walking trails.
McArthur Island contact number: 250.828.3602.
910 McGill Road
Hillside Stadium, located at the TCC, is less than five minutes to a range of accommodation, eating, and shopping options. On-campus housing (seasonal) is available at the TRU Residence and Conference Centre or McGill Student Housing.
Spacious and modern locker rooms and room for officials are located in the adjoining 135,000 square-foot Tournament Capital Centre. Washrooms, concession and storage are located by the main entrance. Hillside Stadium is wheelchair accessible at the north entrance.
Drive-through options allow for buses to drop players and personnel off at the main entrance of Hillside Stadium. Parking is available in front of the main entrance and throughout the adjoining Thompson Rivers University (TRU) campus grounds.
Hillside Stadium is home to the Kamloops Track and Field Club, Thompson Rivers University varsity men's and women's soccer teams, Kamloops Excel men's soccer team of the Pacific Coast Soccer League, and the Kamloops Broncos Junior football team.
Hillside Stadium is also home to the BC Lions Spring Training Camp, held annually each June.
McArthur Island - 1500 Island Parkway
Norbrock Stadium is located on McArthur Island and offers full-sized baseball diamond and exceptional support facilities. The infield, outfield, and bullpens are covered in natural grass, while cinder-coloured dirt accents home plate, the base paths and a full warning track.The 60-foot long covered dugouts connect to change rooms. The 12 ft high outfield fence starts at 320 feet and reaches 400 feet at centre and is 12 feet high.
Lighting, a public address system and electronic scoreboard are provided. Stands can accommodate 1,000 spectators in covered seating, with another 500 seats in uncovered bleachers.
Plenty of parking is available at McArthur Island.
10th and River Road
Exhibition Park offers two tennis courts, one rugby field, and four regulation fastball diamonds - including lit twin diamonds at Charles Anderson Stadium. The tiered bleacher seating for 375 spectators at the stadium is wheelchair accessible.
Charles Anderson offers change rooms for two teams, space for officials and spacious covered dugouts. Field dimensions conform to Softball Canada Standards. A second floor observation area allows scorekeepers, announcers, and media to simultaneously watch both diamonds. Two more fastball diamonds are located adjacent to the Charles Anderson east diamond.
The asphalt tennis courts have a plexi-pave surface, and are fenced and lit for evening use. Change rooms are located across the street in the public washroom next to the Kamloops Yacht Club. Parking is available on site, on River Street or in the City-maintained gravel lot across the road.
The natural grass rugby field runs east-west and has fixed rugby uprights. Spectator seating is not provided. Change rooms are located in the public washroom building next to the field.
Exhibition Park is also home to the Kamloops Rugby Club. A full-service Rugby Clubhouse is in the development stages.