SportsEvents Magazine

MAR 2018

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com March 2018 65 O H I O t hosts baseball, soccer and basketball. Allen County Fairgrounds has a race track and 50,000-square-foot equine facility. Convention center: Veterans Memorial Civic & Convention Center hosts archery, mat sports, cheer and dance, wrestling, box- ing, gymnastics, martial arts and more. Contact: Visit Greater Lima CVB, www.visitgreaterlima.com Miami County Miami County offers small-town hospi- tality with the amenities and attractions of a larger community. In western Ohio, the area offers venues such as Hobart Arena and Kyle Park. Hotel rooms: 700 Major facilities: Hobart Arena is an indoor multipurpose venue that hosts sports such as basketball, ice skating, hockey, wrestling, and cheer and dance. Duke Park features seven soccer fields, two baseball fields, three softball fields and five miles of mountain bike trails. Kyle Park includes 10 soccer fields, 10 baseball diamonds and two softball diamonds. Contact: Miami County Visitors & Con- vention Bureau, homegrowngreat.com Toledo Toledo is a family-friendly city with many affordable attractions. A few events typical- ly hosted here include the National Amateur Baseball Federation Collegiate Summer World Series, Marathon Classic and Glass City Marathon. Hotel rooms: 7,000 Major facilities: Huntington Center is an 8,000-seat multipurpose venue. Sylvania Pacesetter Park has eight baseball/softball diamonds, along with numerous soccer and lacrosse fields for league or tournament play. Lucas County Recreation Center has one baseball field, seven softball fields, one football field, two soccer fields, one volley- ball court and six tennis courts. Contact: Destination Toledo CVB, www.visittoledo.org Warren County Warren County offers a number of high-quality tournament facilities, both public and private. In the southwest part of Ohio, Warren County is about 20 miles away from attractions in Dayton and Cin- cinnati. Hotel rooms: 3, 995 Major facilities: Lindner Family Tennis Center has 17 courts. Lebanon Sports Com- plex features 32 multipurpose rectangular fields. Mason Sports Park offers five ball diamonds and two multipurpose fields. Courts4Sports includes six basketball/vol- leyball courts. Corwin Nixon Park has four ball diamonds and eight rectangular fields. Heritage Oak Park has 12 rectangular fields. Wall2Wall Soccer Complex consists of outdoor and indoor soccer fields. Convention center: Great Wolf Lodge has 40,000 square feet of space and has hosted cheer and dance events. Contact: Warren County CVB, www.ohioslargestplayground.com n

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