• Boone County Convention and Visitors Bureau
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      Zionsville Lions Park
      Lions Park has a beautiful gazebo and two playground areas, six baseball and four softball diamonds (in season), tennis courts and a sand volleyball court. Walk the Eagle Creek trail, have fun with the kids on the two playgrounds or take time out for a picnic lunch by the creek.
      Pearson Automotive Tennis Club
      The Pearson Automotive Tennis Club consists of eight USTA regulation sized and climate controlled tennis courts, a guest lounge and viewing platform. men’s and women’s locker rooms, online registration and court reservation, and team Witsken professional instructors will offer lessons, clinics, as well as leagues and tournaments.
      Lebanon Memorial Park
      This 40-acre community park offers: tennis courts, fitness walking course, wooden creative play centers, log cabin, basketball complex, baseball complex, picnic shelters, picnic areas and 50 meter pool.
  • Columbus Area Visitors Center
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      Lincoln Park Sports Complex
      Six irrigated, lighted ball diamonds with electronic scoreboards, concession stand, restrooms, batting cages, event office, umpire changing room, and WI-FI.
      Donner Aquatic Center
      50-meter, 8-lane pool, Daktronics timing system, Colorado Touchpads, meeting rooms, washroom facilities, concession area, banquet area, spectator seating for 1000+
      Otter Creek Golf Course
      Robert Trent Jones and Reese Jones-designed 27-hole facility, opened in 1964, with bent grass tees, greens, and fairways. Amenities include banquet facilities, putting, chipping, and driving practice areas. The Men’s and Women’s Indiana State Amateur has been held at Otter Creek for many years as well as the NCAA Division I Women’s Regional.
  • Elkhart County Conventiona & Visitors Bureau
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      Elkhart Health, Fitness, Aquatics & Community Cntr
      A collaboration promoting health, fitness, aquatics and community wellness in our region. 3743 East Jackson Blvd. Elkhart, IN 46516 574.970.1322 shelley@insightsc.com hannah@insightsc.com www.elkhartcenter.com
      Wa-Ke'-Da Outdoor Range
      Host location for NRA Small Bore Rifle Championships for the last three years and upcoming three years 16067 State Road 120 Bristol, IN 46507 http://www.sjvrp.com/
      Elkhart Sports Center
      For the past seven years the Sports Center has grown to be the premiere competitive sporting facility in the area - serving thousands of children and adults every year - at the highest level in competitive sports. 1162 Fremont Ct Elkhart, IN 46516 574-294-5050 jenee@elkhartsportscenter.com http://www.elkhartsportscenter.com/
  • Evansville Convention & Visitors Bureau
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      Goebel Soccer Complex
      The Goebel Soccer Complex is a state-of-art facility with 10 Olympic size fields. Six are lit with Musco Sports Lighting system. The GSC provides the opportunity for teams to choose from three different types of playing surfaces - two sport fescue fields, seven Bermuda fields and one synthetic turf field. The fields are suitable for football and lacrosse events as well as soccer. The GSC has become the home of the largest soccer tournament in the state - Evansville Soccer Club’s Veterans Invitational Soccer Tournament. In 2011, Evansville hosted the Indiana Soccer Association’s preliminary rounds of the State Cup, President Cup and Challenge Cup in 2011.
      The Ford Center
      The Ford Center is located in downtown Evansville. The $127 million arena seats 11,000 and is suitable for basketball, hockey, indoor soccer, cheerleading, gymnastics and other sporting events. There are separate locker rooms for basketball and hockey men’s and women’s teams. Facility is fully accessible for wheelchairs in all areas. There are sixteen 16-person suites, two 10-person suites, two 8-person suites and one 24-person suite. On Main Concourse, there are six concession stands and one bar with buffet service available for event level hospitality area.
      The Centre
      Located adjacent to the new Ford Center, the Centre offers 37,500 sq. ft. in the Exhibition Hall and 13,500 sq. ft. in the Ballroom, both suitable for gymnastics, cheerleading, taekwondo and other indoor competitions.
  • Fort Wayne- Visit Fort Wayne
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      Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
      The Allen County Memorial Coliseum is the largest events venue in Northern Indiana and one of the most unique event centers in the country, offering three venues under one roof. The building features over 1 million sq. ft. of meeting and exhibit space, a 13,000 seat arena, and 5,000 parking spaces. The Memorial Coliseum is located near 26 hotels, 50 restaurants, Glenbrook Square (Indiana’s second largest shopping mall) and four minutes from major Interstate 69. The Fort Wayne Komets, Fort Wayne Mad Ants and Fort Wayne Derby Girls call the Memorial Coliseum home!
      Spiece Fieldhouse
      Spiece Fieldhouse, a 150,000 sq. ft facility, is one of the most sophisticated, technologically-advanced and user-friendly basketball-only facilities in the United States. The basketball venue features eight hardwood courts, shot clocks, scoreboards, locker rooms, spectator seating and a large parking lot. Spiece Fieldhouse is operated by the Gym Rats Basketball Association, a nationally recognized, non-for profit organization that hosts prestigious year-round tournaments, holding clinics, camps, 3-on-3 tournaments, leagues and instruction
      SportONE/Parkview Field
      The SportONE/Parkview Icehouse is a new three-sheet ice facility, and one of the largest ice arenas in Indiana. This first-class venue features three NHL sized ice surfaces and offers amenities you won’t find at any other ice rink. A full-service restaurant and bar, the Thirsty Penguin, overlooks all ice surfaces and keeps spectators warm and comfortable during tournament action. Each ice surface has four locker rooms – complete with shower and bathroom.
  • Greater Kokomo Visitors Bureau
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      Kokomo Municipal Stadium
      Kokomo Municipal Stadium opened in 2015 and is the home of the Kokomo Jackrabbits Prospect League baseball team. Features include seating for 4,000, artificial turf, suite levels, concessions, and locker rooms with field ability to host both baseball and soccer. The facility is located in downtown Kokomo within walking distance to local restaurants and shops.
      Northwest Park
      The park sits on 32 acres and includes 5 lighted Softball Diamonds with electronic scoreboard, 3 lighted Tennis Courts and a lighted Basketball Court. It has Handicap Accessible Concessions and Accessible Picnic Shelter, Handicap Accessible Parking Area and Accessible Restroom area. Grills, Picnic Area and Playground. N.S.A. Outstanding Park Award 2010, 2011 and 2012.
      Wildcat Creek Golf Course
      The course now offers 7 tee stations, one of which is suited just for your level of play. The back tee plays over 6,900 yards at par 72 and the front tees play at 2,700 yards, all of which are par 3. The course features bent grass fairways and large, smooth greens, with sand, rock and marsh jutting onto the course offering significant hazards. Five lakes, primarily on the front nine, team up with the creek to bring water into play on 12 different holes.
  • Hamilton County Sports Authority
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      Billericay Park
      Features: Seven ball diamonds (dimensions accommodate 13 and under age groups), grass infields, 29-acre park, lights, press box, concession stand and restrooms
      Forest Park Aquatic Center
      Features: outdoor, heated 50-meter pool with 10 lanes, separate 25-yard diving well with 1-meter and 3-meter spring boards. 5, 7, and 10 meter platform, water slide, toddler pool, locker rooms, concession, lights and PA system
      Grand Park
      Features: 360 acres, 31 soccer fields, 26 baseball diamonds, indoor soccer facility featuring 3 full-size fields and over 300,000 square feet www.grandpark.org
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      Town of Plainfield Parks
      Al & Jan Barker Athletic Complex opened in 2011, and is a partnership between the Town of Plainfield’s Parks & Recreation Department, the Plainfield Optimist Club, and the State of Indiana. This 58 acre site is perfect for hosting large tournaments, and includes two (2) regulation sized football fields and one (1) regulation sized practice field; two (2) 195’ x 330’ soccer fields, three (3) 165’ x 225’ soccer fields, four (4) 120’ x 150’ soccer fields, and four (4) 100’ x 150’ soccer fields; four (4) Little League regulation fields (200’ down line) and one (1) synthetic handicap accessible field (150’ down line); two (2) concession stands with restrooms, one (1) press box with restroom, one (1) baseball batting cage, 761 parking spaces, and connection to White Lick Creek Trail & Trailhead. Splash Island Waterpark boasts more than four acres of indoor and outdoor tropical fun, and has become a popular destination for tournament participants and their families because of its close proximity to the Al & Jan Barker sports Complex. Years ahead of its time, the Plainfield Trail System features 20 miles of trails allowing anyone to get virtually anywhere in town by foot as the system’s main arteries link parks, sports complexes, restaurants and businesses.
      Lucas Oil Raceway
      Sitting on 267 acres and boasting three race tracks, Lucas Oil Raceway has become Hendricks County’s No. 1 tourist destination and a great location for an event. In operation since 1960, its amenities include a .686-mile paved oval, quarter-mile drag strip and 2.5-mile, 15-turn road course. It hosts the U.S. Nationals, the most prestigious drag race in the world, every Labor Day weekend, and its rich history includes names like A.J. Foyt, Tony Stewart and John Force. This event welcomes nearly 1,000 competitors in 12 drag racing categories, as well as thousands of hot rod enthusiasts. But this facility also provides a venue for smaller events like Slamology, the Rusty Wallace Driving Experience, Miracle Ride, Camaro5Fest and much more.
      Capitol Sports Center
      Typically a volleyball venue, this massive indoor facility houses 25-30 elite volleyball teams that travel all around the nation. Capitol Sports can have as many as 7 courts going at one time. They host events every Saturday and Sunday, starting in mid-January through mid-May that draws teams from all around the Midwest. Their events usually have between 40 and 160 teams daily, meaning anywhere from 1,200-5,000 people walk through their doors for each event. The facility also has a full fitness center, with two racquetball rooms, cardio and regular weights, a women’s weight room and a dance facility.
  • Hoosier Sports Corporation
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      Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex (IU)
      The Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex at E.C. "Billy" Hayes Track is regarded as one of the country's finest outdoor facilities. Hayes Track features a 400-meter nine-lane Polytan surface track with a 110-foot radius on curves to encourage fast times. The track features two long jump/triple jump parallel approaches with four pits. It has eight pole vault plant boxes and four parallel pole vault runways, a pair of shot put areas, bi-directional javelin runways and outstanding sightlines for all field events. The facility was resurfaced in 2010 and certified by the IAAF. The home venue for IU track and field is the ninth track on U.S. soil to receive IAAF certification and is one of only six on a U.S. college campus.
      Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center (IU)
      The Counsilman Aquatics Center features an eight-lane Olympic-sized pool spanning 30,512 square feet with depth ranging from seven to eight feet to allow for greater speed. The Billingsley Diving Center, complete with one of the country's few indoor diving towers, features two one-meter and three-meter springboards as well as one-, three-, five-, seven- and 10-meter platforms. The facility already has played host to the 1996 and 2001 NCAA Zone C Diving competition, the 1997, 1999 and 2006 Big Ten Men's Swimming and Diving Championships and Junior Nationals and 1998, 2001, 2005 and 2011 Big Ten Women's Swimming and Diving Championships.
      Twin Lakes Recreation Center
      The Twin Lakes Recreation Center features five regulation-size hardwood basketball courts, each with bleacher seating, a dedicated scoreboard and shot clock. Conveniently located off Highway 37, the TLRC is one of Indiana’s premier basketball facilities. With ample parking, locker rooms, hospitality and meeting rooms, private offices, an outstanding concession stand and eating area, plus two separate entrances at the front of the building that help control both admissions and registrations, it is obvious that this facility was designed to host large basketball events. The facility has played host to some impressive events including both boys and girls AAU National Championships, the Adidas National Championships, the Nike Memorial Day Classic, the Adidas May Classic and the Fila Showtime National Championships.
  • Indianapolis- Visit Indy
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      Lucas Oil Stadium
      Lucas Oil Stadium is a state-of-the-art retractable roof, multi-purpose facility seating over 67,000 fans while featuring spectacular views of the downtown Indianapolis skyline. Opened in 2008 as the new home of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, this facility already boasts an impressive resume having been named the 2009 Sports Facility of the Year by Street and Smith’s Sports Business Journal and having their Fieldturf surface ranked as the NFL’s best artificial surface in both 2009 and 2010. LUCAS OIL PLAZA: Approximately 30,000 square feet of WOW! That‘s what you’ll say when you see it for the first time. Lucas Oil Plaza is located on the north end of street level. It is best suited for banquet style dinners and receptions, finished with a décor to match the building’s namesake, Lucas Oil. It offers access to meeting rooms located on event level via elevator, escalator, and stairs. Lucas Oil Plaza comes outfitted with access to electricity and has a horseshoe shaped stage in the center, which can be used by entertainment, or for a speaker. BUD LIGHT PARTY ZONE: Placed at the foot of the “picture window”, the Bud Light Party Zone is located on the north end of Terrace Level and has the best view in the house. It is 12,500 square feet of an incredible view of downtown on one side, and the field on the other. It is the perfect spot for a cocktail reception or just a sports bar style hangout.
      Banker’s Life Fieldhouse
      Bankers Life Fieldhouse combines modern-day amenities with all the comforts and old-time charm of being back home again. The special retro-style design pays tribute to the grand fieldhouses of the past. Bankers Life Fieldhouse, located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, is a state-of-the-art facility that hosts the best in live entertainment, family shows and special events. Bankers Life Fieldhouse serves as home of the Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever and the downtown home of the Indiana Ice. Bankers Life Fieldhouse also has served host to FFA conventions, the 2002 FIBA World Basketball Championship for Men, 2004 FINA Short Course World Swimming Championships and the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments, along with many additional events. Designed to improve every aspect of a sporting or entertainment event, Bankers Life Fieldhouse offers indoor truck docks and drive-in ramps. Bankers Life Fieldhouse offers more than 18,000 seats in a sports setting, more than 15,000 seats in concert configurations and approximately 6,600 seats in a theater setup. The professional staff at Bankers Life Fieldhouse is here to service your event and make you feel at home with all your needs. As you make plans to book your next event, call Bankers Life Fieldhouse, one of the nation’s finest sports and multi-purpose event facilities. Bankers Life Fieldhouse makes Indianapolis a must-play destination in the 21st century.
      Indiana Convention Center
      Among the top tier of facilities in terms of meeting space, amenities and—above all—convenience, the ICC is located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. Over half of our nearly 7100+ hotel rooms are within six blocks of the facility, including trusted names like Marriott, Westin, Hyatt, Hilton and Conrad. Plus, there’s close proximity to the State Capitol, Union Station, Circle Centre Mall, Victory Field, Bankers Life Fieldhouse…and of course, Lucas Oil Stadium, home field for the Indianapolis Colts and site of the 2012 Super Bowl. The latest of four major expansions has effectively doubled the amount of available meeting space at the ICC, giving us over 566,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space. Whether your site needs require a reception, a convention, a concert or a trade show, the Indiana Convention Center gives you the ideal venue for an unforgettable event.
  • Kosciusko County Convention & Visitors Bureau
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      The City-County Athletic Complex (CCAC)
      The City-County Athletic Complex (CCAC) is a private not-for-profit 65+ acre sports facility with (8) eight lighted softball/baseball diamonds, (1) one lighted regulation size soccer field, (1) one non-lighted regulation soccer field, and (13) thirteen various sized soccer fields. There is a 60’ x 80’ multi-sport building which will hold Fitness Classes, leagues for Corn Hole, Men’s 5-On 5 Basketball, Coed Volleyball, Indoor Soccer, Pickleball and Tumbling. The CCAC sports facility hosts leagues and tournaments and provides a facility rental program. In 2008, the CCAC was the 1st Indiana Park inducted into the NSA Fast Pitch Softball Hall of Fame. Today, the CCAC is recognized as one of the top facilities in the Nation, hosting National Tournaments in men's, women's and youth events. www.ccacwarsaw.com
      The Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center (MOCC)
      The Ronald E. and Barbara J. Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center is one of the premier basketball arenas in Indiana. Constructed in 2007 with the aid of local orthopedic companies such as DePuy-Synthes and Zimmer-Biomet, the MOCC is home for Grace's men's and women's basketball programs as well as the Lady Lancer volleyball team. The MOCC has hosted a number of high-profile events in its short lifespan. The Harlem Globetrotters have performed twice at the MOCC, award-winning artists Lecrae, Matthew West and others have performed live, and world-renowned speakers Laura Bush, Louie Zamperini, Henry Winkler, Bob Goff and Tim Tebow have presented at the MOCC. The venue serves multiple functions within the Grace campus and the greater community. It serves as the home for Grace's undergraduate chapels on a weekly basis, hosts employee meetings and retreats for area corporations and is also an emergency community shelter. Physical Address: 610 Wooster Road, Winona Lake, IN 46590 http://www.grace.edu/resources/special-events-department/manahan-orthopaedic-capital-center
      Lake City Greenway
      Lake City Greenway is a multi-use trail in and around the City of Warsaw and the Town of Winona Lake. With three completed portions, the Greenway provides access to recreation opportunities at the City-County Athletic Complex (CCAC) and Pike Lake Park. The Beyer Farm Trail consists of a long boardwalk across the wetlands on the south shore of Pike Lake, with an asphalt section at each end. The trail connects Kosciusko Community Hospital complex with Pike Lake Park and Beach with a focus to education and preservation of natural wetlands. The Chinworth Bridge Trail begins at the trailhead park on Old US 30 crossing over the historic Chinworth Bridge on the Tippecanoe River and continues to Zimmer Road. This portion of trail was the initial idea for the trail system as it connects the (CCAC) to the City of Warsaw. Krebs Trailhead Park at 214 S. McKinley St., Warsaw features restrooms, a drinking fountain, bicycle parking, a bicycle repair station provided by Warsaw Rotary, benches, a picnic shelter, trail information displays and vehicle parking. Krebs Trailhead Park is on an abandoned corridor of the Winona Interurban Railway. These bicycle and pedestrian facilities run south along McKinley St. and connect to Winona Lake’s Heritage Trail. The Heritage Trail of Winona Lake is 1.8 miles and begins at Winona Avenue, continuing through downtown Winona Lake, along Canal Street to Roy St. and incorporates the area of the Old Chicago Boys Club. http://ridewalk.com
  • Muncie Sports Commission
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      Muncie SportsPlex
      With 5 softball diamonds and 11 soccer fields, the SportsPlex is one of the most loved places to play in the Midwest. The SportsPlex offers adult and youth leagues and tournaments in several sports. Five (5) Ball Diamonds: 3 @ 305 feet, 2 @ 325 feet Eleven (11) Soccer/Football Fields: 4 @ Junior size, 7 @ Regulation size, Cross Country course (3.1 miles)
      Munciana Volleyball Sports Complex
      6 Volleyball courts on 27,500 square feet
      Scheumann Stadium
      Formally known as Ball State Stadium, primarily used for football, and is a 22,500-seat horseshoe-shaped venue.
  • Shelby County Tourism
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      Blue River Memorial Park
      This venue has 4 softball/baseball fields, 10 soccer fields, and a high school and collegiate cross country course. Amenities include: concessions, restrooms, and a variable seating capacity.
      William Garrett Gymnasium
      This venue has a seating capacity of 5,800,a 84' x 50' wood floor, training room, officials room, Men/Women's dressing rooms, 30 media seats, 2 full size auxiliary gyms, an indoor track, and 4 concession stands.
      Meridian Park Aquatic Center
      This is a public, outdoor aquatic facility, that includes: swim lanes, deep end with 10m and spring diving boards, slides, concessions, locker rooms, and changing rooms.
  • South Bend Mishawaka
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      East Race Waterway
      Located in the heart of downtown South Bend, the East Race Waterway is a one-of-a-kind recreational facility. As the first artificial white water course in North America, its rapids rival those of the Colorado River and can generate waves up to six feet or higher. It is approximately 2,000 feet long with a total fall of about 12 feet depending on the flow of the river. The water level can be controlled via three head gates and the placement of obstacles that create whitewater turbulence from novice to professional levels. The banks of the East Race offer more than five miles of paved and lighted walking/running paths along the scenic St. Joseph River. The East Race is open weekend hours from June through mid-August.
      Stanley Coveleski Stadium
      Located in Downtown South Bend and home to the South Bend Silver Hawks, the Class A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. This lighted baseball facility has a capacity of 5,000. Recent renovations added even more seating options, and children's play areas.
      Belleville Park
      Features five softball fields (four lighted) with bleacher seating, PA system, electronic scoreboards, team dugouts and central full – service concession stand. Opens mid – April through mid – October for ASA league play.
  • South Shore Sports Promotions
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      Crown Point Sportsplex
      The Crown Point Sportsplex and Sparta Dome is just blocks away from Crown Point's historic downtown and can accommodate football, baseball/softball, soccer and lacrosse. The Championship field features stadium seating for your fans, press box and PA systems. Address: 1313 E. North St., Crown Point, IN
      Oil City Stadium
      Located 15 minutes from downtown Chicago, Oil City Stadium opened its doors in 2012 and is home to the Northwest Indiana Oilmen who play in the Midwest Collegiate League. Stadium amenities include: lights, bullpens, batting cages, a state of the art public address system, in-ground dugouts and locker rooms with showers. The stadium seats 799 with a total capacity at nearly 1,000. Address: 1700 119th Street, Whiting, IN
      Diggz of Northwest Indiana
      More than 40,000 square feet of indoor space, the Diggz of Northwest Indiana is known for their volleyball tournaments and training space. The space features 6 clear-span courts, 38-foot ceilings, concession stands and more. Address: 4590 W. 61st Avenue, Hobart, IN.
  • Terre Haute CVB
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      LaVern Gibson Course
      The course was designed specifically for Cross Country. It is the host of numerous NCAA Championships. More details on the LaVern Gibson course can be found at their website: http://laverngibson.com/
      Hulman Civic Center
      Terre Haute also offers the Hulman Civic Center which is a multi -purpose arena that serves as a local venue for the community to hold banquets, concerts, as well as sporting events. (Recently hosted the 2012 IHSAA Girls State Basketball Championships).
      IATCC Track & Field Hall of Fame Museum
      The Indiana Association Track and Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame Museum housed in the Terre Haute Convention & Visitors Bureau. Join us as we continue to develop exhibits to honor the greats of the sports. The museum is located at 5353 East Margaret Drive, Terre Haute, IN. 1-800-366-3043. Hours of operation are M-F 8:00 -4:00
  • Visit Lafayette-West Lafayette
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      Mike Aulby's Arrowhead Bowl
      USBC certified center with 42 Brunswick’s Anvilane Pro Synthetic Lanes with down markings and bumpers, QubicaAMF scoring, sports bar lounge, full service snack bar, banquet facilities with seating for 125, cosmic lighting system with state of the art Rockworx Sounds System, two themed meeting rooms, two regulation size billiards tables, and Mike Aulby’s Triple Crown Pro Shop.
      Family Sports Center
      72,000 square foot sports complex that features four basketball courts, indoor hitting and pitching facility, indoor baseball field, five volleyball courts, indoor soccer field, gymnastics gym and weight rooms. Other features include score boards on every field, concession stand and restrooms.
      Purdue University Recreation Sports Center
      A modern fitness and wellness facility located on Purdue University’s campus. Recreational and aquatics spread over 434,550 sq. ft., 44,000 sq. ft. of fitness space, 89,500 sq. ft. of gymnasium space, 18,500 sq. ft. of multipurpose space and 27,000 sq. ft. of synthetic turf make up the center. Additional amenities include 55 ft. high roped climbing wall, 55 ft. long bouldering wall, and Olympic sized competition pool with 1m diving and spa, vortex, hot tub, and water volleyball/basketball.
  • Visit Michigan City LaPorte
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      Patriot Park
      120 acres of multi-use land, featuring five ball fields for both baseball and softball, and 11 soccer fields. The park includes restrooms, playground equipment and concession stands, as well as three picnic shelters and picnic tables. All fields are fully drained and there is off-street parking. Electronic scoreboards, press box and public address system. Fully lighted fields. On-site maintenance facility. This venue is located in Michigan City.
      Washington Park Beach
      Washington Park is home to Indiana’s only working lighthouse and offers more than 2 miles of beach for activity. Suited for boat racing and other water-born activities. Also includes a sand volleyball facility featuring 8 or more courts and ample area for seating. Ample beach area and clean transition to paved parking lot suitable for triathlons. This venue is located in Michigan City.
      LaPorte Civic Auditorium
      Fifteen-hundred seat arena (set for basketball), with well-maintained floor capable of hosting basketball, volleyball, wrestling, cheer competitions and other indoor sporting events. Stage on one end with complete lighting and sound system capable of hosting concerts, plays and other stage productions. Includes concession stands in main concourse and several rooms on basement level suited for meetings and gatherings.
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