Breckon Sports Center
(Men's & Women's Basketball, Men's & Women's Volleyball, Administration)
Breckon Sports Center is the home of the Park University basketball and volleyball teams. It has hosted postseason conference events in both sports, as well as the 2008 and 2008 NAIA Volleyball National Invitational Tournament. It houses two domes (east and west) as well as administrative offices. The east (practice) dome is the practice home for the volleyball programs, as well as outdoor sports when weather becomes problematic, and the west (competition) dome houses the newly refinished playing court for the volleyball and basketball programs.
(Men's & Women's Soccer)
Park's largest (capacity) facility, Julian Field seats 1,500, with media and broadcast space atop the stadium. It is one of the best-manicured collegiate soccer fields in the Midwest, and in addition to all regular-season home contests for the Pirates, it has been the site of events hosted by the Kansas City Wizards (now Sporting Kansas City), Manchester United, Team Canada and FC Kansas City.
(Men's & Women's Soccer)
Hemingway Field is the practice home to the Park University soccer programs, located adjacent to Comfort Field. It is named for former head coach Jamie Hemingway, who was tragically lost in an automobile accident during the 2000 season.
Park University's softball program is treated to an excellent playing surface at the Park Softball Complex, which also includes a left-field bullpen and batting cage. The Complex seats 300 fans, with additional seating available down both lines and along the outfield fence.
The Deuce at The National Golf Club of Kansas City
The Deuce (National II) is the playing home for the Park University women's golf program and is the site of the Virginia McCoy Intercollegiate. At 5,800 yards (Turnberry), The Deuce provides a challenging playing home for the Park University women's golf team, and at nearly 6,300-yards (Carnoustie), men's competitors from other institutions are challenged from its back tees.
The National Golf Club of Kansas City
The National I serves as the Pirates' practice facility, both outside (short game, putting, practice range), and inside when the weather turns cold. Park's women's golf team occasionally does play The National I in practice rounds.
(Cross Country, Track and Field)
Park's newest athletics facility is the resurfaced Track and Field Complex, which now hosts an annual invitational in the spring. The surface was installed prior to the 2011-12 season.