SportsEvents Magazine

MAR 2018

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March 2018 59 www.sportseventsmagazine.com C A L I F O R N I A t both competitive and amateur levels. Hotel rooms: 1,700 Major facilities: The city manages 10 community parks and two aquatic centers, as well as a variety of fields and facilities that accommodate baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, basketball, golf and cross country. Contact: Visit Santa Rosa, www.visit santarosa.com Stockton Great year-round weather, easy access from major California cities and airports, and great facilities makes Stockton a prime destination. The central California city typically hosts sports such as softball and baseball year-round. Hotel rooms: 2,250 Major facilities: Stockton Arena is a 10,000-seat multipurpose venue. Banner Is- land Ballpark is a 5,500-seat Minor League ballpark. University of the Pacific offers facilities for baseball, tennis and aquatics. Contact: Visit Stockton, www.visit stockton.org ► SANTA CLARA The Ulistac Natural Area contains the last 40 acres of natural, undeveloped land in Santa Clara, Calif. along the Guadalupe River. The dedicated natural open space attracts lpeople for walking, jogging, bird, watching, bicycling and photography to enjoy the native trees, grasses, wildflowers, butterflies and other wildlife. The area is maintained by hundreds of volunteers each year. n Visit Santa Clara

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