Vail Lacrosse Tournament
Known as the highest altitude tournament in the country, the Vail Lacrosse Tournament is a family-friendly competition, drawing nearly 2,000 players and 3,000 spectators to the Vail Valley!
The Vail Lacrosse Tournament laid down its roots in Vail in 1995, just as Lacrosse was picking up name recognition and momentum nationally. One of the few high-altitude tournaments of its kind, the event draws participants from around the country to compete while taking in the gorgeous Vail landscape and all the activities the area has to offer.
A number of the games are played in Avon's Harry A. Nottingham Park.
Dates: Tuesday, June 18th | Wednesday, June 19th | Thursday, June 20th, 2024
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Harry A. Nottingham Park
Public Transportation & Parking:
The Town of Avon is introducing a new paid parking plan. It will provide free parking for the first three hours in the following locations: on-street parking in Town owned parking stalls on East Benchmark Road, West Benchmark Road, Riverfront Lane, Lake Street, West Beaver Creek Boulevard and Mikaela Way. Residents and guests will be required to pay $1 per hour beyond the initial three free hours.
The parking will be regulated between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. seven days a week, 365 days a year and is subject to change. There will continue to be no overnight parking from 12:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. without Avon Police Department approval.
- The use of public transportation is encouraged as well as walking or riding a bike to the park.
- When parking in Avon, look out for Avon’s parking signs with easy-to-read blue circles and “P” designation.
- Avon buses and shuttles will be running their regularly scheduled routes.
- For more details the Avon Transit schedules are available here.
For more detailed information on Avon’s new parking plan, please visit the website.
Remember your reusable water bottle - Plastic-Free Event!
Fostering a culture of environmentalism, waste mitigation and energy conservation which minimizes the negative impacts to our collective environment and community for the long term is of upmost importance to the Town. The Towns environmental sustainability initiatives and Eagle County’s waste diversion goal of 50% reduction by 2030 (zero waste events utilizing leave no trace practices).