Here is a list of fields in BC with their addresses as well as links to maps showing exactly where they are.  More maps are added daily.  

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  • Butler Park in Trail and Confederation in Cranbrook ,
  • Abbotsford
    Aldergrove
    Burnaby
    Campbell River
    Chemainus
    Chilliwack
    Cloverdale
    Comox
    Coquitlam
    Courtenay
    Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
    Creston
    Duncan
    Gibsons
    Hillsboro, OR
    Kamloops
    Kamloops
    Kamloops
    Kelowna
    Ladner
    Ladysmith
    Langley
    Maple Ridge
    Mission
    Nanaimo
    Nelson
    New Westminster
    North Delta
    North Saanich
    North Vancouver
    Oliver
    Parksville
    Penticton
    Pitt Meadows
    Port Coquitlam
    Port Moody
    Powell River
    Prince George
    Richmond
    Rutland
    Salmon Arm
    Saltspring Island
    Sidney
    South Surrey
    Squamish
    Summerland
    Surrey
    Terrace
    Trail
    Tsawwassen
    Vancouver
    Vernon
    Victoria
    Victoria (Esquimalt)
    Victoria and Nanaimo
    West Kelowna
    West Vancouver
    White Rock
    White Rock and Burnaby

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