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JAN 2017

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com January 2017 51 Naturally Made y y Fayetteville Home to the University of Arkansas, Fay- etteville is located in northwest Arkansas. The city is a frequent host of sports such as baseball, softball, soccer, disc golf and roller derby. Hotel rooms: 2,000 Hotel tax rate: 11.75 percent Major facilities: Fayetteville Regional Park features four lighted baseball/softball fields, 25-plus outdoor lighted soccer fields and eight acres of open lawn space. Lake Fayetteville Softball Complex has four lighted outdoor sand volleyball courts, three lighted softball fields and an 18-hole disc golf course. Arkansas Athletes Outreach P. Whitaker Sports Complex, a 43,000-square- foot events center, offers five basketball courts and six volleyball courts. Contact: Fayetteville Visitors Bureau, www.experiencefayetteville.com. Fort Smith Named a Top Ten True Western Town, Fort Smith is a historic area in western Arkansas that's very accessible. Hotel rooms: 2,761 Hotel tax rate: 14.75 percent Major facilities: Kay Rodgers Park includes 24,000 square feet of space and an open-air arena that can accommodate equestrian shows, as well as 16 baseball fields, 10 softball fields, 19 soccer fields, 41 tennis courts, four football fields, 10 Olympic-size pools, numerous volleyball courts and basketball courts and seven indoor hard tennis courts. Convention center: The Fort Smith Convention Center offers 40,000 square feet of column-free space with 34-foot ► Soccer in Fort Smith A R K A N S A S t Fort Smith CVB

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