Sports Events and Schedules

Bend Park & Recreation hosts many different sporting events throughout the year. Check here for schedules and registration information.

Schedules & Standings

If you are already on a team click this link to view current sports team schedules and standings.

Sports Fields Rentals

Athletics are a fundamental component of our goal to foster healthy lifestyles and help our community thrive. The District coordinates the use of District athletic fields for sports organizations, teams, and general public use. Our goal is to fairly distribute use of available fields and maintain safe, high-quality athletic fields through our reservation process.

All organized sport program use of Bend Park & Recreation District athletic fields requires a reservation and permit. Organized sport program use is defined as any time a group of individuals is practicing, playing contests, conducting drills, camps or other programmed activities under the coordination, direction and supervision of an individual or organization. The reservation process provides a user or organization the exclusive use of a field.

Reservation and Permit Process for Athletic Fields 

Please review the Athletic Field Use Guidelines for rules and regulations of athletic field use, scheduling prioritization, billing cancellation and refunds, and other important information. It is the user’s responsibility to know and adhere to the rules and regulations outlined along with general park rules and regulations.

For a list of athletic facilities available to rent from March 1 through November 1, please review our Athletic Field Inventory.

Prior to completing an Athletic Field Reservation Request Form, if you would like to check field availability, please contact Becky Young, Sports Program Coordinator, at (541) 706-6120 or

The District will begin taking field reservation requests December 1.

  • Non-tournament reservation requests must be submitted at least two weeks in advance of reservation date(s). Requests received with less notice may not be accommodated.
  • Athletic tournament reservation requests and logistics plan must be submitted by December 31. Late documents will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending upon remaining availability of fields.

Step #1 – Submit completed Athletic Field Reservation Request Form via email to or by mail to Bend Park & Recreation District, Attention: Becky Young, 799 SW Columbia St., Bend, OR 97702. Once submitted, user will be notified by the District to determine availability and to coordinate reservation details.

Athletic tournaments are required to complete and submit a logistics plan, as well as schedule pre-tournament and post-tournament meetings with the District at least 30 days prior to the tournament date. These meetings can be held over the phone or via email. Final billing will be made following the post-tournament meeting and final payments are due within two weeks of the invoice date. See Athletic Tournament Logistics Plan for additional information.

Step #2 – Pay a non-refundable $250 down payment to secure your field reservation. If the rental rate is less than $250, full payment is due at time of reservation. Please see the Athletic Field Use Fees for more information regarding rental rates and additional services available.

Step #3 –  Sign and return the Athletic Field Reservation Permit to the District. Once the deposit is received and details of the reservation have been coordinated, the user will receive an unsigned copy of the Athletic Field Reservation Permit. This must be signed and returned to the District. Reservations are not confirmed until the user or organization has returned the signed Athletic Field Reservation Permit to the District. Users are required to keep a copy of the signed permit on site at all times while using the athletic field space. Users will also be required to provide schedules to the District to show that all of the reserved fields are being utilized.

Step #4 Turn in certificate of liability insurance. Please see Liability Insurance Requirements below for more information.

Step #5 – Pay final invoice amount. A final invoice will be issued at the conclusion of the reservation and will include the remaining amount  of rental fees, any changes to original reservation request and any additional fees accrued. Final payment is due within two weeks of the invoice date. Failure to comply with the above billing procedures may jeopardize current and/or future field reservations.

Users will be billed based on reserved field space (not actual used space). In the event reserved fields are not being used, it is the responsibility of the user to contact the District to release unused fields so they may be reassigned.

  • For non-tournament reservations, fee adjustments and refunds are readily granted if the District is notified 7 days prior to the reservation date.
  • For tournaments, fee adjustments and refunds are readily granted if the District is notified 30 days prior to the reservation date.

Liability Insurance Requirements 

All users and organizations to whom use has been granted via the reservation and permitting process must agree in writing to hold the Bend Park & Recreation District harmless and free from all liability of any kind resulting from the use of District fields and facilities.

A Certificate of Insurance and Additionally Insured Endorsement page must be submitted to the District 30 days prior to the reservation providing proof of the following coverage:

  • Public liability and property damage insurance in an amount no less than $2,000,000 per occurrence.
  • Bend Park & Recreation District named as additionally insured.

Every Certificate of Insurance should have the following minimum information:

  • Named insured
  • Insurance company
  • Policy number
  • Date(s) of coverage
  • Limits of liability
  • Type of event
  • Type of activity and location of event
  • Issuance date of Certificate (should be no more than thirty (30) days prior to event)
  • Cancellation insurance clause providing the District with thirty (30) days written notice

For additional information see the Insurance Information Packet which includes samples of acceptable coverage.

Once you have reviewed the information above and if you have questions, please contact Becky Young, Sports Program Coordinator, at (541) 706-6120 or

Softball Tournaments

Bend Showdown ASA Fast Pitch Softball Tournament:

For schedule, entry form, or more information contact Greg Brady, or 541-706-6124.

Fishing Events

Annual Jason Freiboth Fish Day

  • Ages: 5 – 10
  • Location: Shevlin Park Pond
  • Wednesday, May 23rd
  • Time: 6:15 – 8:00 pm
  • Fee: $5 in-district / $6 out-of-district / Program: 203130

This clinic includes instruction, equipment and fun! The pond at Shevlin Park will be stocked with trout and volunteers will be on hand with donated equipment to help the kids and their families learn about fishing. A parent or other adult must attend and participate with the child.

Free Youth Fishing Event

  • Ages 17 and under
  • Location: Pine Nursery Park Pond
  • Saturday, June 3
  • Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for a free youth fishing event as part of Oregon’s Free Fishing Weekend. ODFW staff and volunteers will be on hand to help young anglers learn how to fish. Loner rods, reels and tackle will be available. The pond will be stocked with rainbow trout before the event. All state angling regulations apply.

Fly Fishing Camp

  • Ages: 10 – 14
  • Location: Shevlin Park Pond
  • Monday, June 26th – Wednesday, June 28th
  • Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • Fee: $49 in-district /$59 out-of-district / Program: 203135

This unique program offers children the opportunity to experience and learn fly fishing basics. The experts from the Central Oregon Fly Fishers Club will teach campers various fly casts, fishing techniques and strategies, fly tying, safe wading and even the basic bugs that fish like to eat. Bring your own equipment and lunch. We have a limited amount of equipment for campers to use.

Summer Tennis Tournaments

2017 Summer Tennis Tournaments

Collier Cup –  July 28 – 30

The Collier Cup is Bend’s only outdoor summer tournament and the vibe is friendly and focused on having a great time. Come compete with locals and visitors alike from around the Pacific Northwest. Invite your out-of-town friends to join in!

For more information, contact Kevin Collier, or 541-706-6196. Additional information available at US Tennis Association website.

Saturday Game Field Maps

The following maps display the game field orientation for Saturday games at Pine Nursery and Big Sky Sports Complexes.

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Preview Summer 2018!

View the
Summer 2018 Playbook
(Note: 7 MB pdf file)

Winter Spring 2018 Playbook

Winter-Spring 2018
is now open!

View the
Winter-Spring 2018 Playbook
(Note: 5 MB pdf file)

Review all programs
and register online.