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Top Track and Field locations

SuperHost
Athletics field with running track: Location 4261
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Queens, NY
SuperHost
STATE OF THE ART CAMPUS FOR PRODUCTION OUTDOOR
  • $350/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Los Angeles, CA
SuperHost
Ultimate All-Electric Go-kart & Entertainment Venue
  • $872/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Farmingdale, NY
SuperHost
Dynamic Entertainment Center with Authentic European Go Kart Tracks
  • $872/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Stamford, CT
SuperHost
State-of-the-Art Electric Go-kart and Entertainment Venue
  • $872/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Jersey City, NJ
SuperHost
Ultimate Indoor Sports Venue with Go-kart Lane (Buyout)
  • $1200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a day
  • Garner, NC
SuperHost
Two-Storey Indoor Karting Track in Morisville
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a day
  • Morrisville, NC
SuperHost
Indoor Racing Simulators in Morrisville
  • $75/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a day
  • Morrisville, NC
SuperHost
Indoor Golf Simulators in Morrisville Sporting Venue
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a day
  • Morrisville, NC
SuperHost
State-of-the-Art Indoor Skateboard Park in Calgary
  • $275/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Calgary, AB
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What people say about Track and Field on Giggster

Jack H.
$ 7500
10 hours
30 people
2 years ago
We had a great time working with Adam and Quincy. The location was as described and accommodating, hosts were always available and professional. Highly recommend.
Jack H.
$ 7500
10 hours
30 people
2 years ago
We had a great time working with Adam and Quincy. The location was as described and accommodating, hosts were always available and professional. Highly recommend.
Jason W.
$ 10450
11 hours
15 people
17 days ago
Great experience at the school. Was a very last minute shoot, and they worked with us to get it done. Location peeps were super helpful in helping us get this done. Much thanks. Hope to be back.
Kelly K.
$ 4000
5 hours
30 people
2 months ago
We rented this theater for our film shoot and it was a game-changer. The space was stunning and versatile, with top-notch sound and lighting systems. The staff was knowledgeable and accommodating, making our shoot run smoothly. It was an incredible experience and we are thankful we came across this space. What a hidden gem!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an average Track and Field location cost to rent?
Track and Field location rates typically average $476 per hour.
What is the attendee limitation of average Track and Field locations?
Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Track and Field location, but average 169 people per booking.
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The average minimum booking time for Track and Field locations is 3 hours.
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There's a great range of Track and Field locations available, with an average size of 59867 square feet.
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About Track and Field Locations

Track and field can be found worldwide, from stadiums and arenas to parks and even backyards. Stadiums are the most common type of venue, offering an ideal combination of large seating capacity, ample space for track lanes, and room for in-field activities like pole vaulting or discus throwing. The distinguishing characteristic of a stadium is its steeply banked seating rising into tiers around the track below, creating a truly spectacular environment where athletes and fans alike can experience track and field at its best.

Smaller than stadiums but more spacious than tracks, arenas are another popular venue offering a great blend of flexibility when hosting events. Arenas often have multiple levels which can accommodate different events simultaneously, making them suitable for multi-day or larger meets. Bleachers provide seating on one side, while numerous running lanes or other in-field activities can occupy the other side of the arena.

There are also plenty of opportunities for outdoor lovers to host track and field events in parks or open fields. Parks with tracks and open grassy areas make ideal locations for smaller meets or recreational sports days. With some planning, these venues can be transformed into exciting running ovals perfect for sprinting, hurdling, or other on-track activities without worrying about access to electrical outlets or sound systems.

The Best Events for Track and Field Locations

  • Charity Runs/Walks
    Organizing charity runs or walks is becoming increasingly popular these days. Participants gather sponsorships from their friends or family members for donations directly to the organization they choose for their run/walk fundraiser. Hosting one at a track and field location provides plenty of space for participants. Plus, there’s usually already access to restrooms which helps create an even better experience. With all kinds of distances available (from 5k up to marathons), everyone can find something they’re comfortable with while helping contribute to charity at the same time.
  • Athletics Competitions
    Hosting an athletics competition at a track and field location presents plenty of possibilities for those looking for a bit more excitement than running in lanes or around an oval. If desired, the facility should hold various challenges like obstacle courses featuring hurdles, sand pits, balance beams, tire obstacles, and even mud pits. Participants can go solo or in teams making the event even more exciting.
  • Corporate Challenge Days
    An event that combines skill with camaraderie will surely be popular among coworkers. Challenge days held at a track and field course are just the ticket. Classic team sports like soccer or basketball can be played on the field. Still, it's always fun to incorporate some of the other equipment into these games. Using hurdles as part of an obstacle course or incorporating long jump pits into relay races are just some ideas that can add excitement to any corporate challenge day.
  • Field Day Activities
    For those wanting something less competitive but just as fun, a track and field location can be an excellent spot for hosting large-scale field activities like tug of war and sack races. These activities are perfect for family-friendly events such as company picnics or school reunions where people are looking for lighthearted activities that will bring them together without breaking any records on the tracks.

What to Look for in Track and Field Locations

  • Facility Size
    Track and field events may require a large area suitable for running, jumping, and throwing activities. The facility should have enough room for an adequate number of lanes on each side of the track and ample space between each lane so athletes can avoid collisions with other runners during their races. It is also important to ensure sufficient seating capacity for spectators to watch the competition safely and comfortably.
  • Surface Type
    Consider which type of surface would be best suited for your particular event. Paved tracks made from concrete or asphalt provide more traction and reduce shoe-surface contact time allowing athletes to run faster than on grass or dirt surfaces. Additionally, look for tracks with separate lanes for sprinting and longer distance events so that runners can stay focused on their performance instead of worrying about interfering with other racers.
  • Accessibility
    When choosing a location for track and field competitions, consider ease of access for athletes and spectators. The venue should be easy to reach by car or public transport to accommodate people needing vehicle access. Additionally, it’s vital to check the availability of parking spaces near the facility and any associated fees so guests can arrive at the event conveniently and affordably.
  • Support Services & Amenities
    Lastly, make sure that amenities such as restroom facilities, medical staff onsite in case of injuries, and any additional equipment (e.g., high jump mats or steeplechase water pits) needed according to your particular activity requirements are available. It's also wise to check if additional features, such as lighting systems, would be necessary depending on how late into the night events will run.

How to Make Track and Field Events Better

  • Provide an Outline
    Develop a comprehensive outline for the day of the event. Include clear start and end times and any breaks during the day. Also, consider assigning specific tasks to volunteers or staff members to help keep things organized and running smoothly.
  • Consider the Weather Conditions
    The weather can have a huge impact on how successful your event is and should not be overlooked. If possible, avoid locations in areas prone to extreme temperatures or rain/snowfall during typical sporting season times. These conditions can quickly turn a great day of competition into an unpleasant experience.
  • Have the Right Equipment on Hand
    Ensure all necessary equipment is available at the venue so the event runs smoothly. This includes starting blocks, hurdles, javelins and discuses, shot puts, relay batons, measuring tapes and stopwatches, etc. It also may help to prepare medical kits in case any injuries or accidents occur during the competition.
  • Ensure Adequate Access Points
    Adequately mark off areas with clearly visible signs or labels so everyone knows exactly where they must go during competitions and practice sessions. This will help keep everyone on track throughout the day and make it easier to move between different areas quickly without confusion or delays in transitions between events.
  • Offer Refreshments
    Offer refreshments such as snacks and drinks during breaks for athletes and spectators alike. Whether you offer pre-packed snacks or set up a concession stand with treats such as water, sports drinks, energy bars, or fruit smoothies, having something readily available will help keep everyone energized throughout the day.