The primary venue will be Downsview Park, which provides a centralized and intimate setting for the Masters Indigenous Games 2018. The venue provides access to many amenities including contemporary sporting facilities such as soccer, athletics, ice and ball hockey, basketball and beach volleyball. This venue also provides access to a natural environment with the park and walking paths, as well as open green space which can be utilized for more traditional, land-based and cultural activities.
In addition to Downsview Park, ASWCO has engaged the City of Toronto to secure competitive sport locations that will be used for the event including the use of The Club at Bond Head and six softball diamonds in close proximity to the main Downsview Park venue.
Location: 35 Carl Hall Rd, North York, ON M3K 2B6
To learn more about Downsview Park, please visit: http://en.downsviewpark.ca
Located in Downsview Park, the Hangar will host the volleyball competition.
Features that The Hanger offers are:
- 4 Indoor 105ft x 160ft Turf Fields
- 1 Full Size Dome Field during winter months that can be played as full field, half fields or 1/3 Fields
- 2 Multi Sport Courts
- Team Change rooms with Showers
- Bleacher seating for spectators
- 3 Full Size Outdoor Turf Fields – 330ft x 210ft (One CFL Regulation Size Football Field with uprights) – 1 Field is domed in the winter months
- 8 Lane 400m Olympic Regulation Running Track with sprint and hurdle runways
- Bleacher seating for spectators
Location: 75 Carl Hall Rd, North York, ON M3K 2B9
To learn more about The Hanger, please visit: http://www.hangarsportevents.com/view/thehangar
Directly connected to the Hanger, The Masters Indigenous Games will host basketball at the Hoopdome. HoopDome consists of four (4) regulation basketball courts. Each of the full courts come complete with bleachers, high end portable baskets, scoreboards and professional style hardwood floors.
Location: 75 Carl Hall Rd. Unit #17, Toronto, Ontario, M3K 2B9
Please visit http://www.hoopdome.com/contact_us.aspx for more information
The Club at Bond Head
The Club at Bond Head offers the ultimate golf experience just minutes west of Highway 400, a few kilometres north of Aurora, Ontario. Two magnificent courses, designed by the renowned firm of Hurdzan-Fry, are presided over by a palatial clubhouse. The South Course is links-style, with wide fairways, gaping bunkers and fescue roughs. The parkland-style North Course features dramatic elevation changes, spectacular vistas, and small, contoured greens.
Location: 4805 7th Line Bond Head, ON, L0G 1A0
For more information on the facility please visit:
All softball games will be played at Amesbury Park. Amesbury Park, located adjacent to the Amesbury Community Centre includes sports fields, a baseball diamond, tennis courts, and a children’s playground. The Amesbury Sports Complex at 155 Culford Drive, is located to the west of the community centre and has four indoor bocce courts, an outdoor hockey rink, a swimming pool, and a basketball court.
Location: 1507 Lawrence Ave W, North York, ON M6L 1A8
Kings Mills Park
The canoe competitions will take place at Kings Mill Park. Kings Mill Park, located south of Bloor Street West and the Old Mill Subway Station Eastbound Platform, is one of a chain of parks along the Humber River leading to Lake Ontario. The slow-moving river offers competitors multiple twists and turns during the 4km loops.
Location: 105 Riverwood Pkwy, Toronto, ON