Multi-Sports Complex

Chuck Best, Groundskeeper II 

Email:  cbest@highlandsfl.gov
216 Sheriff's Tower Road, Sebring, Fl 33870
Phone: (863) 402-6755
 

Highlands County's Multi Sports Complex, located at 216 Sheriffs Tower Road in Sebring, is a 52-acre area used primarily for softball, soccer and football activities.  The fields at the complex are available for rent to competitive sports individuals, teams and tournaments.  For multi-day tournaments and events generating overnight hotel stays, the Highlands County Tourist Development Council (TDC) may be able to provide financial assistance with an Event Grant.

Facilities Available:
  • Softball Fields - Five adult, 305 ft., lighted softball fields.
  • Soccer Fields - Two 75 x 120 yd. fields, can be easily converted to adult or child use
  • Football Field - One 160 x 360 ft. field
  • Practice Field - One 110 x 216 yd. field for multi-use sports (flag football, soccer, kickball, etc.)
  • Portable fencing and pitchers' mounds to accommodate baseball and girls/women's sports.
  • Softball Concession contains an Ice maker, Microwave, Pizza Stove, Pop Corn Machine, Grill with Grill Burner on side, two Deep Fryers, Steam Warmer, Warming Drawers Refrigerator, Freezer, Ice Cream Freezer, Condiment Trays
  • Youth Concession - No appliances
  • Men and Women's Restrooms
  • Umpires Lounge and Scorekeeper Booth for each field
  • Ample parking for up to 600 vehicles.
                To take a 360-degree tour of the facility, click here.

PARK RULES
  • No alcohol beverages allowed in the park. (County Ordinance 09-18)
  • No pets allowed in the park.  
  • No bicycles, skateboards, or vehicles of any kind allowed inside the softball field gates.
  • No glass containers are allowed.
  • No overnight camping or RVing is allowed.  (Click here for listing of hotels and campgrounds on TDC website)
Highlands County parks are open and here is what you need to know to help protect yourself and your family:
   1.  Whether you are vaccinated or not, consider wearing a cloth face covering or mask.
   2.  No more than 10 people at a time in dugouts.
   3.  Spectator groups of no more than 10 people with a minimum of 6 feet separating groups
   4.  Bring your own sanitizer and use it frequently
   5.  Don't over crowed parking lots and trailheads
   6.  Pick up your trash
   7.  Stay home if you are feeling sick 
   8. Individuals with a serious underlying medical condition (such as chronic lung disease, moderate-to-severe asthma, serious heart conditions, immune-compromised status, cancer, diabetes, severe obesity, renal failure and liver disease) should continue to stay at home. 

For information about Park Rental Use, Fees and Payments Please call (863) 402-6758, Office Hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM