Placer Valley Sports Complex
Roseville, CA (Population 127,000)

The city of Roseville is contributing $5 million and all the land for the tournament grounds, which includes parking for 850 cars. Placer Valley Tourism, the marketing bureau for Roseville, Rocklin and Lincoln, will take on bonds to borrow $30 million to construct the fields.

Rocky Top Sports World

Gatlinburg, Tennessee (Population 5,000)
Opened July, 2014

The $22-million project was funded through a joint venture agreement by the City of Gatlinburg (70 percent) and Sevier County (30 percent).

Myrtle Beach Sports Center

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (Population 30,000)

The $12.5-million Myrtle Beach Sports Center was financed through local government bonds; initial funding came as a part of a state grant.

Spooky Nook Sports

Manheim, Pennsylvania (Population 5,000)

Spooky Nook Sports was funded privately by its owner, Sam Beiler, for approximately $11.25 million. After traveling for his daughter’s various sports tournaments across the country, the family decided to create an indoor facility that offers quality customer service, ideal playing and spectator conditions and additional activities during downtime.