SportsEvents Magazine

OCT 2016

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Southwest Texas 2017 Baseball/Softball Sourcebook 53 t Lgst. # Contig. Fields # of Fields Youth H.S. College Lgst. Seating Cap. Bleacher Stadium Dist. Between 2 Farthest Fields (mi.) # of Metro Area Rooms Map Location # of Fields Lighted Sport Destination | 512.393.5930 | /TourSanMarcos [ YOU CA ] #SMTXperience San Marcos, TX is a groove. A way of living. Where you can choose from three levels of play – Youth, High School and Collegiate – on well maintained, lighted fields. Of course with big ways to play off the field too, your teams and their parents will thank you! At you can. FIELD PROFILE: Lewisville, Texas Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park The sprawling park features 16 sports fields, a dog park, a skate park, three lakes for irrigation and a walking/ jogging trail. Visitors will enjoy ample concession stands, restroom facilities and a picnic area, not to mention plen- ty of parking. Number of fields: Four lighted base- ball and softball fields with natural turf. Year built: 2009 Events hosted: American Amateur Youth Baseball Alliance World Series, Triple Crown Sports, Texas Tournaments Baseball, USSSA and Perfect Game Super 25. Extras: Lewisville is located 10 minutes away from the D/FW Airport and 25 minutes away from Downtown Dallas, and the park is five minutes away from more than 2,000 hotel rooms. Contact: SAN MARCOS SAN MARCOS CVB BASEBALL 12 12 5 9 2 1 240 2,000 13 2,302 Q10 Phone: (512) 393-5930 / Email: clancyh@ SOFTBALL 11 11 8 10 1 240 1,000 13 Website: Facebook: Twitter: @toursanmarcos YouTube: Pinterest: Contact: Clancy Hardin , Destination Events Mgr. Comments: San Marcos, Texas offers a triple play of fields to host your season's tournaments - youth, high school collegiate. You'll find your sports sweet spot nestled in the center of Texas. Conveniently located SEE AD ON THIS PAGE

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