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Campus Recreation

Division of Student Life and Enrollment

Field Complex


The Campus Recreation Field Complex opened in September 2013. Located directly behind the southwest corner of campus at 1510 Seminole Drive, the field complex is a short walk, drive, or bike ride from the CPA.

The $3.25 million facility is the site of the first ever artificial turf field built for recreational use at ETSU. Field 1 is a multi-use field designed for softball and flag football. Field 2 is a natural grass multi-use field that is designed for softball but can also accommodate flag football, soccer and other sports.

Restroom facilities are located at the field house and a covered pavilion that overlooks Field 1 is a great location for teams to gather before or after an intramural game.

The complex is open to students, faculty and staff for intramural play and during scheduled open-recreation hours.

Located at 1510 Seminole Drive, at the Corner of Seminole Drive and Ashley RoadBaseball Fieldentance

From west end of campus  Take J.L. Seehorn Drive east to the intersection with John Robert Bell Drive. Turn right on John Robert Bell Drive. Turn right on Seminole Drive. Drive past Campus Ridge Apartments. The Complex is on the right.
From east end of campus Take J.L Seehorn Drive west to the intersection with John Robert Bell Drive. Turn left on John Robert Bell Drive. Turn right on Seminole Drive. Drive past Campus Ridge Apartments. Complex is on the right.

PLEASE NOTE: If traveling to the Complex from Greenwood Drive, allow extra time between 4:00-7:00 (heavy traffic area)

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2016-2017 Hours of Operation
(Intramurals and reservations take priority over open rec)

Open Rec Hours:

Aug. 29 - Nov. 30; March 13 - April 27
Monday - Thursday: 3:30-7:00 or until dark
Friday - Sunday: Closed
The Complex will be open 45 minutes prior to the first scheduled intramural game outside of normal hours of operation.

Dec. 1 - Mar. 13; May 1 - Aug. 31
Facility Closed to Open Rec 

Parking Update:

Campus Recreation is adding an additional 72 parking spaces to the Field Complex prior to the Fall 2016 intramural season. This will more than double the available parking, bringing the total number of parking spaces to 122 open spaces and six spaces designated as handicap. The additional parking should alleviate the need for on-street parking and is scheduled to be completed shortly after Labor Day.








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