Fairview Middle School Track in Parkwood East, Washington - runtrack.run
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Fairview Middle School Track

400m synthetic track in Parkwood East, WA
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Open to the public
Yes
Free entry
Yes
Altitude
About sea levelsea level
Surface
Synthetic
Has lighting
No
Area
Parkwood East
Location
Fairview Junior High School, 8107, Central Valley Road Northwest, Parkwood East, Kitsap County, Washington, 98311, USA
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Weather
The weather around here in February is usually cool. See details below
Approximate lengths of straights/curves
103m/97m
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VISIT REPORT by Anonymous user - regarding

I called the school and asked the school if the track was public after school. The lady said it was. I also googled it. I got to the track after school hours. The buses literally left and drove off while I pulled up. I was completely alone on the track. About 20 minutes into my run, a group of what appeared to be students came down to the track. I had been running for about 20 minutes or so. An obese male staff member came up to me and stated that I could not lawfully run there because it was "for the safety of the children" and that I must leave. I asked him if I was here after school hours and he stated I was. The obese male appeared confused, but still demanded I leave. The obese male stated I could run "after 5PM, unless there was a football game." I asked the obese male how I would know if there was an event or a football game and the obese male stated, "I wouldn't."
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VISIT REPORT by Anonymous user - regarding

I called the school and asked the school if the track was public after school. The lady said it was. I also googled it. I got to the track after school hours. The buses literally left and drove off while I pulled up. I was completely alone on the track. About 20 minutes into my run, a group of what appeared to be students came down to the track. I had been running for about 20 minutes or so. An obese male staff member came up to me and stated that I could not lawfully run there because it was "for the safety of the children" and that I must leave. I asked him if I was here after school hours and he stated I was. The obese male appeared confused, but still demanded I leave. The obese male stated I could run "after 5PM, unless there was a football game." I asked the obese male how I would know if there was an event or a football game and the obese male stated, "I wouldn't."

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