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JUN 2018

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com June 2018 43 Green Bay and take part in its sports-town atmosphere. Hotel rooms: 4,400 Major facilities: Resch Center is a mul- tipurpose venue that can seat up to 10,000 for basketball. Donald J. Schneider Stadium at St. Norbert College is a collegiate foot- ball stadium that can also be used for soccer and track and field, while the Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center houses an eight- lane, 25-meter pool and fieldhouse that hosts basketball, indoor track and volley- ball. Kress Events Center at the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay (UW–GB) is a multipurpose venue. The Peter F. Dorschel Natatorium, also at UW–GB is an eight- lane, 25-meter pool with diving boards. Ashwaubenon Sports Complex has four adult softball fields, two basketball courts, two soccer fields and six tennis courts. Akzo Nobel Sports Complex includes four lighted softball fields, 10 soccer fields and an 18-hole disc golf course. Convention center: KI Convention Center hosts all sorts of events, including the USA Gymnastics Region IV Champi- onships. Contact: Greater Green Bay CVB, www.greenbay.com Kenosha Kenosha is a vibrant and diverse com- munity nestled on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan in Southeastern Wisconsin, midway between Milwaukee and Chicago. The Kenosha area is an ideal destination any time of the year. Hotel rooms: 1,100 Major facilities: Carthage College offers the multipurpose N.E. Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center, the multipurpose Tarble Arena and the 10-court Smeds Tennis Cen- ter. The University of Wisconsin – Parkside boasts facilities for track, basketball, volley- ball, tennis, cross country, softball, baseball and disc golf. Washington Park Velodrome has a 333-meter track. Wilmot Mountain offers space for 5K running. Contact: Kenosha Area CVB, www.visitkenosha.com Milwaukee Milwaukee has everything – outdoor activ- ities year-round, access to a stunning lake- front and 1,400 acres of beachfront, golf courses, three beautiful rivers for activities, stunning state and county parks, rich and vibrant neighborhoods and an extremely walkable downtown. Hotel rooms: 5,000; 16,000 in the Greater Milwaukee area Major facilities: BMO Harris Bradley Center offers 550,000 total square feet of space and hosts basketball, ice sports, soccer and volleyball. Bradford Beach hosts soccer, swimming and volleyball. Miller Park hosts baseball. The Rock Sports Complex houses a baseball field and multi- purpose fields. Uihlein Soccer Park houses soccer fields that can also be used for other sports. Contact: Milwaukee CVB, VIST Milwaukee Oshkosh Oshkosh hosts more than 1,000 events each year, attracting diverse groups to the community, which prides itself on welcoming and serving its visitors. The city's inventory includes both indoor and outdoor facilities for a number of differ- ent sports. Hotel rooms: 950 Major facilities: Menominee Nation Arena is a multipurpose indoor venue. Kolf Sports Center offers seven basketball courts, a gymnastics area, seven volleyball courts and space for wrestling and track and field. Oshkosh Sports Complex has a 10,000-seat grandstand, a track and a synthetic field. Brighton Acres has more 12 acres of grass field space and six beach volleyball courts. Menominee Park offers two soccer fields, five baseball/softball fields, five tennis courts and four outdoor volleyball courts. Contact: Oshkosh CVB, www.visit oshkosh.com Wisconsin Dells Wisconsin Dells has lots to offer event planners for pre- or post-event entertain- ment. The city is known as The Waterpark Capital of the World, offering more than 200 waterslides at area waterparks. Hotel rooms: 8,000 Major facilities: The 53,000-square- foot JustAGame Fieldhouse accommo- dates basketball, volleyball, wrestling and gymnastics. Woodside Sports Complex has three campuses that accommodate baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, field hockey, soccer, football, Ultimate Frisbee, rugby, and cheer and dance. Poppy Waterman Ice Arena houses an NHL-size rink. Contact: Wisconsin Dells CVB, www.wisdells.com n W I S C O N S I N t The Wisconsin Marathon in Kenosha Kenosha Area CVB

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