The Seacrest Soccer Complex was formerly Atlantic High School. As part of the Bond Referendum voted by the citizens in January 2004, the City was able to purchase eight acres of the land, which included a large multipurpose field, tennis courts, basketball courts and two softball fields. This was done to create a soccer facility to help relieve the scheduling stress at Miller Park. The city was able to construct a concession stand with restrooms, staff office, storage room and three regulation soccer fields.
The Seacrest Soccer Complex is equipped with the Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System. This system can detect lightning within a 12-mile radius, and the warning will consist of a one 15-second blast of a horn and a strobe light will begin to flash. The horn and the strobe light are attached to the top of the concession buildings. The horn is audible throughout the park and the strobe light is visible. When park-goers hear or see this signal, all activities shall be suspended; they should leave the fields and immediately seek an appropriate, safe shelter which includes large buildings, lightning shelters, automobiles/trucks, or tunnels with no standing water. Hours: Monday - Friday 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Saturday: 8:00am - 5:00pm, Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm