DESIGNATED FIELD POLICY

Per Governor Holcomb’s Phase 3 Guidelines, Newton Park is limited to 100 people in our facility. To help us achieve this, Newton Park is only allowing ONE PARENT/GUARDIAN PER PLAYER during Phase 3 and following our “Designated Field Policy”.

NEWTON PARK’S DESIGNATED FIELD POLICY
- Practices will start and end promptly at designated times. 
- Players and guardians must wait in their car until their practice time. 
- Players will gather outside Newton Park’s gate at their specified spot before entering the facility.
- Each team will enter Newton Park’s gate together (with guardians if necessary)
- Teams (and guardians) will go directly to their designated field.
- During practices, Newton Park’s bleachers will be open, however we encourage guardians to bring their own chairs to help with social distancing.
- Baseballs/softballs that leave the field will be retrieved by players. 
- Once practice is over, teams (and guardians) will immediately leave through Newton Park’s gate.

PARKING LOT PROCEDURE
- Players and guardians must stay in their vehicle until their practice time. 
- Please maintain social distancing and refrain from gathering in large groups. 

OTHER INFORMATION
- Newton Park recommends guests wear proper masks and use hand sanitizer through our facility and maintain proper social distancing. 
- Newton Park’s staff will be wearing masks and using hand sanitizer per safety protocol. 

- There will be a 10-20 minute transition period between practice slots for Newton Park’s staff to clean dugouts, restrooms, and other necessary areas. 

- Our concession stands and bathrooms will be open – please make these limited trips and go back to your team’s designated field immediately after. 

- Water fountains will not be available.

- Teams (and guardians) will go directly to their designated field.

- Newton Park’s Playground will be closed until further notice in accordance with our Designated Field Policy. 

- Players and coaches will not be required to wear cloth masks while on the field.

We know there will be questions and unique circumstances. Please email newtonparkmarketing@gmail.com if you have specific concerns.

ENTRANCE & PARKING

Newton Park has two entry points - one from Mangus Drive on the west side of the park and the other off U.S. 31 on the east side (shown at the right). The west entrance features a large 250-car parking area, while the east entrance allows parking for 220 vehicles. Both parking lots are completely paved and striped. Parking is for passenger vehicles only. (No campers, motorhomes or large trucks.) School bus parking in designated areas only. Both lots are fully illuminated with Musco lighting.

Neither Newton Park Inc., Union-North United School Corp., Park Contributors, or Sponsors are responsible for personal injury or property loss or damage which occurs while you or your vehicle are on park premises, including losses allegedly caused by the negligence of Newton Park Inc., Union-North United School Corp., Park Contributors, or Sponsors.

CONCESSION STANDS

Newton Park's full service concession stand includes a walk-in freezer & cooler for those busy summer weekends. Open during all games! Visit Newton Park's A&M Home Services Soccer Concession Stand and/or our Overstock Central Fireworks Dome Concession Stand!

Menu includes:

Pizza

Pretzels

Hot dogs

Nachos and cheese

Walking tacos

Ice cream

Freezies

Sport drinks

Pop

Candy

And many other treats!

OFFICE, DRESSING AREA, & RESTROOMS

The nucleus of Newton Park is the 60' x 120' office facility located on the west side of the facility, adjacent to the west entrance location. This concrete building serves as the home for restrooms, dressing rooms and A&M Home Services concession facilities for the four combination fields to the west. (Additional restrooms and concession are located on the lower level of the park's Overstock Central Fireworks Golden Dome, centered around our baseball fields.)

WALKING PATH

Newton Park features large eight foot wide asphalt walking paths that connect all points of Newton Park. Whether you venture to the soccer fields, the ball diamonds or the playground area, you will never have to walk through the dirt at Newton Park. 

The paths also serve as a nature walk through the small woods near the pond on the southwest corner of the facility. The walking path around the facility, open 24 hours a day, equals 1 mile.

The entire facility including the soccer fields, ball diamonds and parking areas are fully illuminated with  Musco lighting for night time competition.

LIGHTING

PLAYGROUND

The children's Centier Bank play area is located next to the main buliding, infront of the restrooms, water fountain, and A&M Concession Stand. 

The kids have plenty of room to play in a safe, fenced in padded area. 

This is a great place for the kids to "unwind" after their competition or for the littler ones to enjoy when big brother or sister are in competition on one of the many playing fields at Newton Park.

The playgroung includes several slides, monkey bars, climbing wall, and an area designed for younger children.

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