SportsEvents Magazine

MAR 2017

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Page 58 of 75 March 2017 59 With our beautiful climate year round, plus a wealth of indoor and outdoors sports facilities, you'll always have a great place to play. The hub of Sonoma County Wine Country also boasts a variety of lodging options and activities for every taste, so even when the games are over, the playtime still goes strong. D E T E R M I N AT I O N THE FINISH LINE IS JUST THE BEGINNING. PLAN YOUR EVENT TODAY! SPORTS@VISITSANTAROSA.COM C A L I F O R N I A t wrestling, basketball, golf and softball. Hotel rooms: 2,400 Major facilities: Stockton Indoor Sports Complex hosts roller derby, hockey and in- door soccer. University of the Pacific offers venues for basketball, swimming, tennis, volleyball, water polo, cross country, field hockey, volleyball, soccer, softball, track and field, and baseball. Contact: Visit Stockton, www.Visit Tri-Valley Numerous cities and towns are found in the San Francisco Bay area's Tri-Valley. Just 45 minutes east of San Francisco, the area offers the facilities and terrain to host field sports, aquatics, equestrian events, cycling, tennis, golf and more. Hotel rooms: 4,000 Major facilities: Ken Mercer Sports Park offers 23 baseball diamonds and nine soccer fields. Alameda County Fairgrounds houses more than 60,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space. National Basketball Courts has five hardwood courts. Pleasan- ton Sports & Recreation Park has athletic fields, skate parks, a track and a roller hockey rink. Contact: Visit Tri-Valley, www.visit Vallejo Northern California's Vallejo is situated midway between San Francisco and Sacra- mento. Hotels: Approximately 8 properties Major facilities: Dan Foley Park & Sports Complex can accommodate softball, baseball and soccer. The John F. Cunning- ham Aquatic Complex offers a 50-meter pool. The Solano County Fairgrounds contain multiple buildings that include a multi-use arena. Contact: Vallejo CVB, www.visit Ventura County Coast Southern California's Ventura County Coast boasts 26 miles of beaches and mountain terrains, and is a popular spot for surfing, sailing, mountain biking and distance running. Coming soon: Currently in the works in Ventura County West is the Pacific Coast Sports Center, which, when complete, will host various levels of events. Hotel rooms: 5,000+ Hotel tax rate: 20.75 percent to 21.75 percent, depending on city Major facilities: Buenaventura Golf Course is a municipal 18-hole course. Ven- tura Community Park features soccer, base- ball and softball fields, as well as an aquatic center. Ventura College Sportsplex has a field, the largest in California community college baseball, surrounded by a nine-lane, all-weather track. Contact: Ventura County Coast, n

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