Horizons Edge Sports Campus

Nestled between Route 11 and I-81 on the north end of Harrisonburg is a brand new state-of-the-art sports campus: Horizons Edge. The Edge just celebrated their grand opening back in the middle of January. The main building—the field house—boasts 90,000 square feet and includes 4-basketball courts, 6-volleyball courts, multipurpose/indoor soccer field, clip ‘n climb area, and meeting rooms/party rooms. This impressive campus also boasts a regulation size outdoor lighted turf field.

Not a sports person? There’s plenty of flex space perfect for meeting, banquets, or birthday parties. If you get hungry while on their impressive climbing towers or after a soccer game, grab a bite to eat at their cafe (which we’ve heard has great pizza!)

They also have on-site cabins for various camps and teams that require lodging.

A special thanks to Bruce Duesterhoeft, the Marketing Director, for giving us the grand tour around this amazing new facility!

Interested in learning more? Check out their detailed website and follow them on Social Media!

As you enter, the brightly colored clip n’ climb walls tower above you. The systems are self-belaying and are for all ages! If you can fit in the harness, you can climb! Great for team building or a fun time with the family.

Don’t forget that Horizons Edge is a great place to host a birthday party!

The main floor dining area. Grab a bite to eat at their cafe, or bring some work to do as you wait for a game to end.

The Mezzanine. This large and open space is great for banquets, meetings, or conferences.

Relax and take a seat on the mezzanine balcony and enjoy the game!

The impressively large and lighted regulation-size field. There’s a great view from the mezzanine deck!

The Basketball Court

The Indoor Soccer field

Make sure to stop by and give them a visit!

Horizons Edge Sports Campus

325 Cornerstone Lane

Harrisonburg

Hours: 9am-10pm daily

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About Claire Wayman

Claire manages details of real estate contracts, coordinates social media and the Wilson Downtown Gallery, and keeps the team organized on a day-to-day basis. In her free time, she enjoys playing flute in various area groups and participating in local community theater.