Providence, Rhode Island
Did you know the nation’s smallest state is also home to a flourishing sports scene? This coastal New England state doesn’t compromise quality for quantity. The state’s capital, Providence, is home to a wealth of facility options that are sure to make any sports planner’s job easier.
Orange County Convention Center
Home to the world’s largest volleyball competition, the OCCC’s North-South Building offers exceptional flexibility and amenities for sporting events. Located in the heart of Orlando’s tourist corridor, The Center of Hospitality is accessible for both domestic and transatlantic travelers. Offering convenience and connectivity, the Center is just 15 minutes from the Orlando International Airport (MCO) and 45 minutes from Sanford Orlando International Airport (SFB) making it easy and affordable for teams in the Southeastern portion of the U.S. to reach the Center.
Eugene, Cascades & Coast
Eugene Airport is a mere 15 minute drive from the downtown, which also features Amtrak stops. I-5 connects Portland to the north and Sacramento to the south while running straight through the heart of Eugene. Highway 126 runs east to west through Eugene as well, taking you all the way to the coast.
Home to well-stocked lakes, NCAA-grade facilities and tournament-friendly gymnasiums, Jacksonville offers plentiful facilities in the heart of the Midwest. The city’s small-town friendliness, vibrant business districts and enthusiastic sports community will make the question of your next tournament destination simple.