Athletic Complex

These reservable fields are built for Sports Of All Sorts ...from Everywhere!

The Athletic Field Complex, which opened in Fall of 2014, features 20 natural grass and two multi-purpose lighted turf fields to accommodate almost any type of sporting event played on these types of fields. The Complex has hosted: Soccer, Lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee, Archery, and Quidditch! Included amenities are convenient parking, concessions, portable restrooms, and trash removal. The park setting, nearby trails, playground and lake activities also provides added tournament benefits that your family can enjoy before, during and after the times that your games take place!

The Complex is located in West Chester Township, just south of the Liberty Township border, at the center of the Metroplex between Cincinnati and Dayton. It is within a half day's drive for 60% of the U.S. population. The newly constructed Liberty Way Interchange at I-75 and SR 129 makes accessing this facility a breeze. This interchange provides the convenience and accessibility for teams, participants and their families to reach the Athletic Complex smoothly. The interchange literally drops off competitors at the front door of Voice of America MetroPark. Additionally, this safe, friendly community has been consistently ranked by national media outlets as one of the top places in the nation to live and raise a family.

Tournament Planning & Field Use Information

For information on reserving the Athletic Field Complex please review the Athletic Field Complex Policy below. For availability of fields please contact the MetroParks Administration Office at 513.867.5835.

For Tournament Organizational support or Overnight Accommodations information please contact the Butler County Visitors Bureau at 513.860.4194.

Athletic Field Complex Policy

Field Use Request Form

Directions to the Fields

UC Health West Chester Hospital Field House Resized

UC Health/West Chester Hospital Fieldhouse 

The UC Health/West Chester Hospital Fieldhouse, which opened in 2018, is the latest enhancement to the Complex and makes it even more of a "Game Changing" location for tournaments, development camps, games, and practices.  The Fieldhouse was made possible by a sponsorship from UC Health/West Chester Hospital, a State of Ohio Capital Budget Grant, and MetroParks of Butler County.

The Fieldhouse includes a trainer's room with trainers provided during tournaments through an additional sponsorship from UC Health/West Chester Hospital.  It also features a second story Press Box for enhanced viewing and scouting, a concession stand, and restrooms.

Playing the Fields