SportsEvents Magazine

JUL 2018

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com July 2018 31 M I C H I G A N t Recreation Center has eight basketball/ volleyball courts and two tennis courts. The City of Mt. Pleasant's Parks & Recreation department features four parks offering four basketball courts, five tennis courts, six softball fields, four sand volleyball courts, five full-size soccer fields, six small soccer fields, one football field and two Little League fields. Contact: Mount Pleasant Area CVB, www.mountpleasantwow.com Muskegon Muskegon sits on the shores of Lake Michigan and is a four-season playground. With venues such as L.C. Walker Arena and Muskegon Winter Sports Complex, the city is a must-see. Hotel rooms: 1,452 Major facilities: L.C. Walker Arena is a 5,000-seat multi-use venue. Lakeshore Sports Centre has two sheets of ice and an indoor soccer field. Muskegon Winter Sports Complex has winter and summer luge tracks, cross-country ski trails, and rinks for skating and hockey. Marsh Field is a historic ball field. Pere Marquette Beach includes 27.5 acres with 40 beach volley- ball courts. Contact: Visit Muskegon, www.visitmuskegon.org Traverse City Traverse City is situated on the freshwater coast of Lake Michigan with year-round recreational opportunities, including run- ning, paddle sports, hiking, cycling, fishing, golf, skiing (cross country and downhill), snowshoeing … and the list goes on and on. Hotel rooms: 5,000 Major facilities: Keystone Soccer Com- plex offers 23 fields for soccer and lacrosse. Howe Ice Arena hosts hockey, figure skating and curling. Centre Ice Arena has two sheets of ice. Civic Center Park offers baseball and softball fields. Contact: Traverse City Tourism, www.visittraversecity.com West Michigan West Michigan is home to numerous cities, including Grand Rapids, the second-largest city in the state. Hotel rooms: 8,100 Major facilities: Art Van Sports Com- plex features eight baseball/softball fields, along with a Miracle League field. Just next door is Rock City BMX, two soccer fields and trails for mountain biking. Michigan Sports Academies boasts 11 basketball courts, four indoor turf fields and five outdoor turf fields. Convention center: DeVos Place Con- vention Center offers 162,000 square feet of column-free space. The venue hosts sports such as judo, weightlifting, gymnastics and volleyball. Contact: West Michigan Sports Com- mission, www.westmisports.com n TICKET NUMBER - 0001 Event Development | Tournament Planning | Free Services CONTACT US TODAY! 517.377.1411 | www.LANSINGSPORTS.org In Greater Lansing, Michigan you'll find a one-of-a-kind sports experience. Premium venues, team friendly dining, comfortable lodging and guidance from a full-service sports commission. Come play in Greater Lansing, Michigan— because we love the game.

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