SportsEvents Magazine

JAN 2018

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Naturally Made y Janaury 2018 58 A R K A N S A S t Fayetteville From traditional to nontraditional, Fayette- ville boasts premier facilities for events of any size, athletes of any age and sports of any kind. Home to the state's flagship Uni- versity of Arkansas, the city is equipped with numerous NCAA Division I facilities. Hotel rooms: 2,100 Hotel tax rate: 11.75 percent Major facilities: Regional Park Com- plex offers four lighted baseball/softball fields for youth play, six full-size lighted soccer fields, 12 3v3 lighted soccer fields, eight 5v5 lighted soccer fields, six 8v8 lighted soccer fields and eight acres of open lawn space. Lake Fayetteville Park Softball Complex includes four lighted outdoor sand volleyball courts, three light- ed softball fields and an 18-hole disc golf course. Arkansas Athletes Outreach (AAO) P. Whitaker Sports Center boasts 43,000 total square feet and hosts basketball and volleyball. Baum Stadium at George Cole Field is a 10,737-seat baseball park. ► Naturally Made Naturally Made SPIRIT SPIRIT Successful tournaments and sporting events are right at home in The Natural State. With the perfect combination of fields and facilities, plus plenty to see and do when the games are over, Arkansas is where teams and families make winning memories. Find out more at What will you make in Arkansas? BENTONVILLE HAS IT ALL Bentonville, Arkansas, is passionate about sports, and that's why the city is frequently the host of athletic events large and small. That's all possible in part due to the city's top-notch facilities, from the 6,000-seat Bentonville High School Tiger Athletic Complex to the 6,500- seat Arvest Ballpark. n

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