This multi-use park includes one of the nation’s few sites designated specifically for cross country running. This trail is a pristine, multi-surface course that can host running events of all sizes. The facility features numerous course/distance options through the rolling hills, lowlands and pine forests. The trail was designed to give runners the opportunity to run on several types of surfaces. When the trail is not being used for a running event, it is open to the general public for hiking, running and biking. The park includes four multi-purpose grass fields with American football field goals, two of which are lighted. These fields are also used for soccer and lacrosse. The parking area can accommodate more than 3,500 vehicles at one time. Additionally, the park has a remote control airplane and helicopter airfield. The park has hosted the Florida High School Athletic Association Cross Country Championships, the Florida State University Cross Country Invitational, the NCAA Regional Cross Country Championships, Pop Warner Football and the Florida State Invitational Soccer Tournament.
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The Donald L. Tucker Civic Center at Florida State University is North Florida's Premiere Entertainment Convention Center. The center features a 12,500 seat arena, Luxury Suites and Club Seats, over 54,000 sq. ft. of meeting and exhibition space plus an arena view restaurant, Spotlight Grille. The Civic Center hosts a wide variety of concerts, family shows, Broadway shows and sporting events including FSU Basketball (ACC).
• NCAA DI Women's 1st 2nd Round Basketball Championship
• Florida's Sunshine State Games Olympic-Style Sports Festival
• FHSAA Cheerleading Championships
Tully Gymnasium includes:
•4 indoor multi-sport courts, perfect for basketball/volleyball/gymnastics
•Padded seats with armrests
•2,500 seat capacity
•Home to the FSU volleyball team
•Locker rooms with showers
•Located on FSU’s campus
•Equipped with Nike Shox floor
•Big Shots Basketball Tournament
•Gym Force Gymnastics Championships
•NCAA Volleyball 1st 2nd Rounds 2009
•Tallahassee Indoor Archery Shoot
•AAU Gymnastics Qualifier
This 104-acre recreational sports fields facility on FSU's Southwest Campus encompasses 21 sports fields and additional activity spaces. Winner of the 2010 NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facilities national award for excellence in recreational sports facilities.
• One of the largest, single outdoor collegiate recreational facilities in the nation
• Multiple team rooms and officials rooms
• 12 multi-purpose fields for flag football, lacrosse, soccer, etc.
• Wi-Fi, storage and high-efficiency lighting throughout complex
• 2 concession stands
• All restrooms include changing areas for participants with separate shower facilities are available for participants
• Approximately $12 million facility
• Amateur Softball Association Adult Slow Pitch Black Worlds
• Florida Half Century Softball
• Florida State Youth Soccer Invitational
• ASG Addidas Invitational Soccer Tournament
• South Independent Rugby Conference Championship
James Messer Sports Complex is a baseball/softball complex with 11 lighted fields, including one Miracle League (turf) Field. The complex includes two officials/operations towers with air conditioning. All fields have operational scoreboards from field level or the official tower, new shade shelters and ample parking. The complex features state of the art 26,000 sq. ft. skate park. It has hosted ASA Southern Nationals 18U A 2013, US Fast Pitch Association Sunshine State Classic 2012, ASA Girls Fast Pitch National Qualifier - Capital City Classic, USSSA Youth Baseball Super NIT, Dizzy Dean Youth Baseball State Championships in 2012 and 2013 and the Super-Moto Motorcycle Race 2013. The Mike Blankenship Skate Park boasts a five foot deep pool with a roll down to nine foot. There are numerous rolled lip areas for skaters of all skill levels. The areas include two above wall extensions, flat banks, raised transitions and other features that challenge skaters of all ages.