Practice, qualify and compete in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, at some of the state’s top facilities where attendees can get ready for some serious playtime. Sports event organizers are quickly discovering what’s attracting 15 million annual visitors to the Myrtle Beach area. Many sports events reach record attendance along the Grand Strand, with the Atlantic Ocean and unlimited entertainment options setting the perfect background for free time and family entertainment.
Each year, new event organizers select the Myrtle Beach area as the destination for their annual events, drawing thousands of athletes and spectators to its state-of-the-art facilities. The Myrtle Beach area is an ideal destination for sports like baseball, softball, and track and field. Along with first-class facilities, the addition of indoor and outdoor venues within the past year brings an array of activities such as amusement parks, waterparks, shopping entertainment complexes, championship golf, miniature golf, 1,700 restaurants and a variety of accommodations from hotels to beach houses to condos.
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Myrtle Beach Sports Center, a 100,000-sq.-ft., state-of-the-art indoor sports facility, is the latest addition to Myrtle Beach’s impressive sports venue roster. Opened in March 2015, the facility features eight basketball courts and 16 volleyball courts spread over 72,000 square feet of column-free hardwood space. The venue has been designed to host court sports, wrestling, gymnastics, table tennis, pickleball and other sports events, as well as trade shows. To service the event space, there are seven team rooms, telescopic bleachers, a private mezzanine for elevated viewing, a retail area, and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating.
Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, the center is two blocks from the ocean and steps from the shopping, dining and entertainment options that have made Myrtle Beach a popular family vacation destination. Myrtle Beach has more than 15 million visitors annually and has become nationally known for its youth and amateur sports activities.
Located in the Market Common District of Myrtle Beach, this multiuse facility opened in spring 2010 and is continuously being developed. The sports complex currently features seven lighted FieldTurf fields for baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, football and more. There are also two lighted youth baseball and softball FieldTurf fields, two youth baseball and softball natural turf fields, and space for up to three full-size, natural-turf soccer and lacrosse fields. The complex also features multiple concession locations with a variety of food and drinks, as well as a six-lane FieldTurf batting cage and many other amenities in and around the complex.