The facility is located in Historic Borst Park within the Sports Complex. It is the focal point of a visionary project that began in 2010. A partnership between the Lewis County Public Facility District, City of Centralia, Centralia School District, and the Northwest Sports Hub, LLC was established to realize the vision. The overall goal of this endeavor is bringing economic revitalization to this region of Washington State. Lewis County is the largest county in Washington, just south of the state capitol, Olympia. With 110 ten acres of park land adjacent to a major interstate highway, and already established infrastructure in place, it was deemed that this was the perfect place to bring this project to life.
The Northwest Sports Hub includes a flexible, open span arena that holds 8 full size basketball courts, or 14 volleyball courts on the hard surface base.
Northwest Sports Hub is the perfect destination for for athletes to meet and compete in athletics competition — Get your GAME ON at the NW Sports Hub!
The state of the art synthetic turf surface is large enough to host full size softball and Little League games or two full size indoor soccer fields. This turf can also accommodate arena football, lacrosse, arena softball, and more.
Mezzanine seating, courtside seating, concessions, and retail space are all enclosed in this one-of-a-kind arena.
Included in the outdoor complex are six full size baseball fields (two that are lighted with one being a baseball stadium (Wheeler Field with seating for 570), two Little League fields (1 lighted), eight softball fields (4 lighted), six tennis courts, four full-size soccer fields, and a turf football/soccer/track stadium with seating for 3,500 people (lighted).
Home to the Historic Borst Fort, the Borst family home and school house, the park also features over two miles of winding walking trails which include a lake, and is adjacent to the Chehalis River and boat launch. The park also features an off-leash dog park that is sectioned off for large and smaller dogs.
Two kitchen facilities are available for rent by contacting the City of Centralia, and a number of picnic and pavilion sites are also within the wooded park setting. Additionally, The Centralia Indoor Pool operated by Thorbeckes FitLife Centers is adjacent to the park with day-pass purchase