Craven Park is a rugby league stadium in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. It is the home of Barrow Raiders rugby league team.
Built in 1931, largely as a result of the efforts of supporters of Barrow RLFC, 500 of whom volunteered to construct the ground. The total cost of the building project came to £7,500 which was an unbelievable figure in those days.
The stadium is named after Commander G. W. Craven, a local war hero, who had started the appeal fund with a donation of £500. It should not be confused with New Craven Park the historic name for the home of Hull Kingston Rovers.
In November 2007, the Cumbria rugby league team had their biggest ever win at Craven Park when they beat the United States national rugby league team 70–0.
For the 2010 season the ground was known as the Furness Heating Components Stadium. For the visit of Wigan in the Challenge Cup improvements were made and the capacity is now 7,600 (up from 6,500).