Sugar Sand Park - Field House

Field House

The Field House is an indoor sport facility with 2 large indoor basketball courts. It hosts several leagues, tournaments and special events. It is also home to several classes and activities such as fencing and tae kwon do. The Field House is open to public pick-up games of basketball and volleyball.

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