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JUL 2018

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com July 2018 43 T E X A S t Major facilities: Valley Ridge Park is a 164-acre multi-use park with 13 multipur- pose fields, four lighted softball fields and six lighted baseball fields. Virginia Weaver Softball Complex includes four lighted adult softball fields. Cedar Hill State Park has a fishing lake. Contact: Cedar Hill Parks & Recreation, www.cedarhilltx.com Conroe In east Texas is Conroe. The city offers a variety of baseball, softball and soccer fields. Part of its border is the 22,000-acre Lake Conroe. Hotels: 18 properties Major facilities: Carl Barton Jr. Park includes nine baseball fields, four softball fields and nine soccer fields. C.K. Ray Rec- reation Center has a multipurpose gym. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park hosts baseball and soccer. McDade Park has two soccer or multi-use fields. Contact: Conroe CVB, www.playinconroe.com Corpus Christi Corpus Christi is situated on the Gulf of Mexico and is a top spot for sports such as beach volleyball, sailing and golf. Hotel rooms: 11,000 Major facilities: American Bank Center is a 10,000-seat multipurpose venue. Wha- taburger Field is a 4,000-seat ballpark. HEB Tennis Center features eight courts. Contact: Corpus Christi CVB, www.visitcorpuschristitx.org Dallas With more than 14,000 hotel rooms downtown and more than 84,000 in the surrounding area, Dallas is a city that makes hosting events a breeze. The city also offers two major airports for easy national and international access. Hotel rooms: 14,000 rooms downtown; 84,934 in the region Major facilities: American Airlines Center is a 20,000-seat multipurpose venue. Cotton Bowl Stadium is an iconic venue that hosts football and soccer. MoneyGram Soccer Park includes 14 soccer fields. Contact: Dallas Sports Commission, www.dallassports.org Del Rio Del Rio is nestled near the Mexico border. The destination is great for those who ap- preciate the great outdoors as it's just a mile from the Rio Grande River. Hotels: 13 properties Major facility: Lake Amistad is a popu- lar spot for bass fishing. Contact: Del Rio Chamber of Com- merce/CVB, www.drchamber.com Denton Denton sits in the Dallas-Forth Worth metro area. The city features venues such as Denia Park and Evers Park. Hotel rooms: 2,400 Major facilities: Denia Park hosts bas- ketball, volleyball, roller hockey, football, softball and soccer. C.H. Collins Stadium accommodates football and soccer. Denton Civic Center offers 11,000 square feet of ► g o o d for s p o rt s VISITBEAUMONTTX.COM/SPORTS 1-800-392-4401 24 Softball/Baseball Fields • 45 Soccer Fields • 32 Tennis Courts • Over 137,000 square feet of Indoor Space Beaumont, Texas is home to hundreds of celebrated legends including the world's greatest female athlete, Babe Didrickson Zaharias as well as Jimmy Johnson, Bubba Smith and Bum Phillips!

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