• Multi-use Field
  • Soccer Field
  • Restroom
  • Picnic Area

Pleasant View Fields have been a location for National Irish Football, ultimate frisbee and rugby tournaments and the annual Rocky Mountain Cup Showcase Youth Soccer Tournament. The fields are abundant with youth and adult soccer leagues, camps and tournaments during the spring, summer and fall.
Layout for fields - Spring PDF
Layout for fields - Fall PDF

The panoramic view of the Flatirons is an additional benefit to the nine sand based soccer/rugby fields that draw national and international tournaments.

Dogs and glass containers are not allowed. Bicycles are not allowed beyond the main gates and must be locked up on the provided bike racks. There are to be no bicycles on the fields at any time, even if you are not riding it. Restrooms are closed from late October through mid-March each year.

Access, Parking, and Improvements Study Underway - July 2022

As the facility has grown in popularity, participation has grown across user groups, and as the configurations have adjusted to allow for more usage (e.g. smaller 8v8 youth fields), vehicle parking has proved insufficient for the use. This has resulted in facility users and event spectators frequently overwhelming parking in adjacent neighborhoods throughout the spring, summer, and fall seasons.

In 2022, an Access, Parking, and Improvements Study will be completed for the Pleasant View complex. The study will identify strategies to creatively address the parking and access challenges through physical improvements and access management. The department will be working with the consultant team, Fox Tuttle Transportation Group and The Sanitas Group, to complete the study.

Major scope items for the project include:

  • On-site data gathering during peak events: August or September 2022
  • Alternatives for improvements and management strategies
  • Process and timeframe for implementing proposed improvements and strategies
  • High level cost estimating for alternatives and improvements

The project will begin in July 2022 and is expected to be complete by the end of 2022.

Please stay out of the creek corridor

New Zealand mudsnails, a non-native, invasive species, have been found in the Four Mile Canyon creek corridor. Mudsnails can 'hitchhike' rides on boots, clothing, dogs, and most anything they come into contact with. Please stay out of the creek corridor to avoid the spread of mudsnails, and subsequent threats to our aquatic ecosystems.


The Pleasant View Fields Sports Complex Championship Field has been awarded the 2015 Colorado Sports Turf Managers Association-Rocky Mountain Sports Field of the Year.

This award recognizes the outstanding achievement, dedication, hard work and contributions to the sports turf industry of deserving sports turf professionals and the fields they manage in the Rocky Mountain region. The award is based on the performance and quality of the field, including the level and type of maintenance practices used to maintain the field. The Pleasant View fields are maintained using strict integrated pest management practices and no herbicides or pesticides are used to maintain these fields. Past award winners include the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park and Infinity Park in Glendale.

Pleasant View Fields Sports Complex was also awarded the 2015 National STMA sporting grounds field of the year.

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