SportsEvents Magazine

SEP 2017

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September 2017 41 N O R T H D A K O T A t and its sister cities, Moorhead and West Fargo, offer small-town atmosphere with a big-city vibe. The area also offers more than 20 facilities and will open a new facility this fall, the Hulbert Aquatic Center. Hotel rooms: 5,693 Major facilities: The FargoDome is a multipurpose venue with an 80,000-square- foot arena floor. Scheels Arena has two multipurpose ice rinks. Newman Outdoor Field is a ballpark with seating for more than 4,500. Northside Softball Complex has 28 fields. Jack Williams Stadium is a 2,300- seat ballpark. Matson Field Park features a ballpark. Anderson Softball Complex has eight softball fields, Tharaldson Baseball Complex has four baseball fields and the two facilities share amenities. Centennial Fields offers eight softball fields, four baseball fields and six football fields. Pepsi Soccer Complex includes 10 irrigated fields. Southside Regional Park includes 12 soccer fields, four youth baseball fields and one Miracle Field. Contact: Fargo-Moorhead Athletic Commission, Grand Forks One of the largest cities in North Dakota is Grand Forks. Located on the eastern border of the state, Grand Forks boasts great facili- ties and lots of services for event organizers when planning or hosting an event. Hotel rooms: 2,604 Major facilities: Ralph Engelstad ► Metropolitan amenities and a hometown atmosphere. • Community Bowl for football, soccer, and track and field events • Venues for baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, tennis, aquatics and more • Multi-use sports and event center with 200,000 total square feet • More than 3,500 sleeping rooms LEAVE BOUNDARIES BEHIND AND CONTACT US TODAY. Mud Run in Grand Forks Greater Grand Forks CVB

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