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Featured Venue: Cedar Lane Park
The 93 acre sports complex is divided into two main area- West & East, with a paved pathway connecting the areas. The West area includes two lighted synthetic turf fields and four lighted ball diamonds. The East Area has two natural turf multi-purpose fields and four tennis courts.
Featured Venue: Centennial Park
The 337-acre park has an abundance of athletic riches, most notably a spectacular 54-acre, man-made lake- home of the Columbia Triathlon and IronGirl Triathlon. Centennial also includes a skate park, four sand volleyball courts, six diamonds (three lighted), two multi-purpose lighted fields, eight tennis courts and one tournament court.
A 38,200+ square foot facility of unobstructed multi-sport space designed to serve almost any sporting event. MAC can accommodate four basketball or six volleyball court games and electronic drop-down nets make it possible to divide the space easily.
Featured Venue: Schooley Mill Park
Home of the Steeplechase course of the Howard County Double Cross, Schooley Mill offers a plethora of sports endeavors throughout its boundaries. Schooley Mill is comprised of 4.6 miles of trails, three ball diamonds, two multi-purpose fields, four tennis courts and an equestrian ring.
Featured Venue: Turf Valley
Originally a thoroughbred horse farm, Turf Valley is now a multi-faceted golf resort sprawling over 1,000 acres. Turf Valley features two championship 18 hole courses, two swimming pools, three tennis courts and more than 40,000 square feet of versatile meeting and event space.
Howard County Here To Play
  • 2,000+ hotel rooms
  • 100 miles of trails and award-winning parks
  • Three nearby international airports
  • 2 AMTRAK stations with Acela Trains
  • Maryland's #1 destination mall
  • Home of Merriweather Post Pavilion
"Working with Howard County Tourism has elevated our events to the next level. The staff at Howard County Tourism provides those value added services to our events which offer our participants with an excellent all around experience, both on the field and off. The attention to detail and diversified lodging, dining, and entertainment options present our players and families with more of a vacation type experience than strictly a sporting weekend. This is principal reason why teams return year after year."
- Matt Libber, Elite Tournaments Director of Operations