SportsEvents Magazine

JUL 2018

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July 2018 48 www.sportseventsmagazine.com T E X A S t Major facilities: Belton Lake Out- door Recreation is one of the area's top attractions and includes opportunities for fishing and water sports. Temple Lake Park provides some of the best fishing in the area and also offers a beach, and volleyball and basketball courts. Convention center: The Killeen Civic and Conference Center is a 64,000-square- foot multipurpose facility. Contact: Killeen CVB, www.visitkilleen.com Kingsville Kingsville sits between the Texas Gulf Coast and South Texas. The city offers a range of accommodations. Hotels: 11 properties Major facilities: J.K. Northway Colise- um is a multipurpose indoor venue. Texas A&M University–Kingsville offers venues for football, track and field, volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball. Contact: Kingsville CVB, www.kingsvilletexas.com Laredo Laredo is situated on the southern U.S. bor- der and offers a unique experience, given its Mexican influence. Hotels: 40 properties Major facilities: Max A. Mandel Municipal Golf Course is an 18-hole public course. Laredo Community College accom- modates baseball, softball, basketball and soccer. Laredo ISD offers a football/soccer stadium, a baseball stadium, a softball stadium and a track. Contact: Laredo CVB, www.visitlaredo.com See Ad On This Page Lewisville Just minutes from Dallas and Fort Worth in the heart of north Texas is Lewisville. The city is home to quality outdoor and indoor sports facilities. Major events held here in recent years include soccer, softball, baseball, lacrosse, basketball, volleyball, swimming and fishing. Hotel rooms: 2,000 Major facilities: Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park houses a soccer complex, lakes and trails, a skate park, a football complex and a baseball complex. Lewisville Lake Park has eight lighted soccer fields, eight lighted baseball fields, two lighted adult softball fields and a 29,000-acre lake. The MAC Sports offers four basketball courts and seven volley- ball courts. Integrated Athletic Develop- ment consists of six basketball courts, 12 volleyball courts and six futsal courts. The Colony Five Star Complex features seven baseball fields, six soccer fields, two football fields, seven softball fields, a rugby field, and Ultimate Frisbee field and a lacrosse field. Bakersfield Park has eight baseball fields. Chinn Chapel Soccer Complex houses five fields. Contact: Lewisville CVB, www.visitlewisville.com Longview Longview is located in east Texas and fea- tures the prominent venue Lear Park. Hotel rooms: 1,715 Major facilities: Lear Park Athletic Complex has eight softball fields, four base- ball fields and 15 soccer fields. McWhorter Park has four baseball fields. Spring Hill Park features three baseball fields. Hinsley Park includes four softball fields. Convention center: Maude Cobb Con- vention and Activity Complex offers 27,000 square feet of clear-span indoor space with 25-foot ceilings. Contact: City of Longview, www.longviewtexas.gov Lubbock Lubbock is a west Texas city. Here you'll find dozens of hotels along with a number of world-class facilities at the city's two universities. Hotel rooms: 5,700 Major facilities: Apex Event Center houses eight courts. Rip Griffin Center at Lubbock Christian University hosts ►

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