|Location||Wishaw, North Lanarkshire, Scotland|
The ground was formed after years of Wishaw Juniors playing outwith the town and at the nearby Wishaw Sports Centre. In 2010, Wishaw Juniors secured a 10-year lease to use Beltane Park as the home ground. Since then, the once open-grassed area has been transformed into a football ground, with terracing along the east side of the ground, and fencing around the whole pitch. Also recently installed at the venue are toilets, a snack bar, a players lounge and dressing rooms, with each of them based in portacabins.
Known locally as The Beltane, the ground has a capacity of around 500 spectators,and was officially opened on 28 July 2012, when Wishaw Juniors played the under-17's of the local senior side Motherwell.
- Ground information at Wishaw Juniors F.C.
- "Motherwell to face Wishaw Juniors to mark Beltane Park opening". Wishaw Press. 18 July 2012. Retrieved 28 July 2012.
- "Be in Belhaven moving to Beltane Park for one year". Wishaw Press. 18 July 2012. Retrieved 28 July 2012.
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