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Maps & Field Locations

We have three locations of fields for the tournament.


Fields 1-7

The main field complex, Fields 1 - 7 and tournament HQ, is called the North Elba Athletic Fields (NEAF). For GPS purposes, please use 74 Recycle Circle Lane, Lake Placid, NY 12946 as a guide.

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Fields 8 - 12

Fields 8 - 12 are located at the Lake Placid Horse Show Grounds (HSG). Please use 5514 Cascade Rd, Lake Placid, NY 12946 via GPS.

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Getting Around Town

There are a lot of lacrosse players in town, and if you've been here before, you know Main St gets pretty crowded. Check out this map for some alternate routes around LP!

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General Directions To Lake Placid

From New York City and New Jersey:
Take the NY State Thruway (I-87) north to the Adirondack Northway (Exit 24 in Albany). Follow 87 to Exit 30. Pick up Rt. 9 north and follow it for two miles to Rt. 73. Continue on 73 for 28 miles to Lake Placid area. Drive time from NYC: 5 hrs, Albany: 2 1/2 hrs.

From Montreal:
Take Route 15 south to Champlain Crossing, connecting with I-87 south. Take Exit 34 west, following Route 9N, then follow Route 86 to the Whiteface Mountain/Lake Placid area. Drive time: 2 hours.

From Ottawa:
Take routes south to the Cornwall Bridge. Pick up Route 37 east to Malone. Follow Route 30 south to Paul Smiths and pick up Route 86. Follow Route 86 and continue to Saranac Lake and Lake Placid. Drive time: 3 hours.

From Toronto:
Take 401 east to Cornwall Bridge. Pick up Route 37 east to Malone. Follow Route 30 south to Paul Smiths and pick up Route 86. Continue on 86 to Saranac Lake and Lake Placid. Drive time: 5 1/2 hours.

From Boston, Springfield, Hartford:
Take Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Albany. Pick up I-787 north to Cohoes. Connect with Route 7 west to I-87 north. Follow I-87 (Northway) to Exit 30, then use final directions above: "From New York City..." Drive time from Boston: 5 hours.

From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Points West:
Take I-90 (NY State Thruway) east to Exit 36 (Syracuse). Pick up I-81 north and follow to Watertown. Take Route 3 and follow it east to Saranac Lake, then follow Route 86 east to Lake Placid. Drive times: From Buffalo: 5 1/2 hours; Rochester: 4 1/2 hours; Syracuse: 3 1/2 hours.

2020 LPSC Facility Rules

SLV Tournament Facility Rules

For the safety and enjoyment of all attendees and participants, we thank you in advance for abiding by the following facility rules, which will be strictly enforced at all tournament sites:

  • Use caution at all times; a tournament is in progress and balls are in flight. Heed safety signage and exercise good judgment. Athletic venues possess inherent risks; parents are responsible for supervising their children at all times, and ensuring compliance with facility rules.


  • Parking is permitted in designated parking areas only. Cars which disregard tournament parking parameters create nuisance and/or a safety hazard, and are subject to tow.
  • No dogs are permitted, with the exception of authorized service animals.
    Please note: Northwood School is a residential boarding school; dogs on the premise are owned by faculty members. For the safety of all attendees, tournament participants are not to bring dogs to any tournament venue.

  • No private powered carts permitted.


  • No open containers. No glass containers. No open fires.
  • Tents are permitted only in designated areas and must be secured.
  • All buses and RV’s must check-in with tournament operators in advance, and must park in designated parking area only, subject to availability.
  • Spectators must stay behind spectator lines and out of fenced and marked off- limits areas.
  • Drones are prohibited unless pre-approved by tournament director.
  • All attendees are to abide by tournament rules and State/Federal law. Any suspicious activity should be reported to tournament directors and/or authorities.
  • Any items found at the facility will be held at tournament headquarters for the duration of the event. SLV will make every reasonable effort to return lost items, but is not responsible for any lost or stolen personal belongings.