Haley Park

Upgraded and renovated in 2011 Haley Park is a historic facility that has long been the summer sporting hub of Greater Trail. The multi-sport facility is the best track and field facility in the West Kootenays featuring a 400 meter regulation 8 lane track as well as full track and field amenities (Long Jump, Pole Vault, Steeplechase, Javelin, Hammer, clay shot-put pit and Discus). In the center of the track is a regulation sized natural grass soccer pitch with up to six nets available for full or half field play.

Adjacent to the track and field complex in the park like sporting complex are three regulation sized softball diamonds for slow-pitch or fastball. Two of the natural grass fields are fully lit for night play and all fields have fully covered dugouts.

Aligned in a natural layout for tournaments and large events Haley Park is connected with a series of paved walkways connecting the track, ball fields, children’s play area and numerous grassy seating or picnic areas. Centering the park is the food concession / change room buildings complete with one officials room and male and female change areas/washrooms.

The park complex itself is located several hundred meters higher than downtown Trail an enjoys a slightly cooler climate ideal for summer sports and enjoys dominant views of the surrounding mountains and the river banks of the Columbia River.

Hosting Portfolio: 
  • 2008 Girls Provincial Soccer Championships
  • 2001 Provincial Track and Field Championships
  • 1996 BC Summer Games
  • 1988 BC Mixed Slow-Pitch Chamipionships
  • 1987 Bantam Girls Provincial Softball Championships 1987
Fast Facts: 

400 meter, eight lane track

3 regulation softball fields, 2 lit for night play

Full track and field facilities (long jump, high jump, pole vault, steeplechase, javelin, discus, hammer, clay shot-put pit)

Regulation sized natural grass soccer pitch


Haley Park sits on top of a natural benchland four kilometres uphill from downtown Trail. Easily accessible from either Trail or Rossland Haley Park is situated just off of the Schofield Highway which connects the two cities. Serviced locally by the Castlegar Airport 25 minutes drive north or the Trail Municipal Airport 15 minutes drive east Trail is also connected to the world via the Spokane International Airport (Washington State) 2.5 hours drive south.


The area boasts a moderate climate with long warm summers. The area is snow free from mid-April through mid-November. Located 200 meters above downtown Trail Haley Park remains cooler than surrounding area with summer temperatures averaging in the mid 20's Celsius. Rainy days are rare from June through September with over 2,000 hours of sunshine a year.

Facility Specs: 
Scoreboard Manual
Sound system
Owner City
Office space
Weight room / fitness facility
Equipment storage
Ticket box
Media room
Internet capability  
Hospitality room
Facility Specs: 
Year completed 2011
Seating capacity 2000
Parking capacity 200
Medical room
Warm up area
Licensed for alcohol
Official rooms 1
Food services
Dressing rooms 2
Contact Info: 
Haley Park Contact: Trish Davison –Parks and Recreation Director
1875 Columbia Ave. e: tdavison@trail.ca 
V1R 4T8 p: 1-250-364-0852
 Trail,BC f: 1-250-368-6233