Thanks to investments by educational institutions and our local government, the Tallahassee area offers one of the Southeast’s most impressive collections of venues tailored for international, national and state competition. The community’s vast network of sports-minded volunteers complements these facilities, creating a welcoming and logistically efficient environment for events of all types.

Morcom Aquatic Center

A $10.5 million facility, located off-campus next to the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course. The facility includes 30 practice lanes and maintains a temperature of 80 degrees. The diving well features, two 1-meter and two 3-meter springboards as well as one, three, five, seven-and-a-half and 10-meter platforms. It has hosted USA Diving World Championship Syncro Trials 2014, ATT USA Diving National Diving Championships 2009, USA Diving World Championship Team Trials 2013, USA Diving Senior Zone B Championship 2012, USA Diving Masters Spring National Championships 2011 and Women's Collegiate Club Water Polo National Championships 2012.

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TCC Lifetime Sports Complex

The Lifetime Sports Complex is located on the West side of the Tallahassee Community College Campus. The complex contains 3 full-length basketball courts as well as multipurpose facilities for recreational usage. The recreation gym has open, informal recreation time for basketball, volleyball, table tennis and more.

Hosted Events:
•Youth Basketball of America- Super Regional
•Big Shots Basketball
•Inspire MLK Invitational Basketball Tournament

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Tom Brown Park

Located in Eastern Tallahassee, this large, multi-purpose park features a wide range of recreational activities by containing numerous baseball and softball fields, a BMX track, tennis courts and open spaces that are used for large community events, such as the July 4th Fireworks Show. The park’s diverse offerings include a 24-hole disc golf course, 12 racquetball courts, five softball fields with lights, 285’ fences and temporary fences, three different baseball fields including 46/60, 50/70 and 60/90 dimensions, four sand volleyball courts, eight multi-size soccer fields-converted from baseball/softball fields, two full-length outdoor basketball courts, two soccer fields and a remote control car track. The park has hosted the FSU Showdown Lacrosse Tournament 2013, ASA Men's Church National Championship, Tallahassee Open- Disc Golf Championships, Florida State Championship Series Race- Mountain Bike Time Trial and Cross Country, USTA Tallahassee Sumer Winter Series.

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FAMU Lawson Center

The Lawson Center is primarily an educational facility. It houses four basketball/volleyball courts on the arena floor, several classrooms, a computer lab, a human performance laboratory, a hydrotherapy room featuring a Swimex therapeutic pool and sports training area, and the 3,000 square foot HPER fitness center. The center also hosts faculty and department offices.

The Lawson Center hosts FAMU Convocations and Commencement Exercises. It is also the home of the Rattler Men’s and Women’s basketball teams and volleyball home games. The main arena features bleacher seating for 8,470 people, a video scoreboard and a first-class arena sound system. Other facility features include an 80-person banquet room overlooking the arena, a dance studio with sprung floor, meeting rooms, interview rooms and classrooms that may be converted into sky boxes.

When not in use for instructional or athletic purposes, the Lawson Center is made available for other events. These events include concerts, various entertainment, and athletic tournaments.

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FSU Campus Recreation Fields

The Main Campus Fields (the old IM Fields), at the corner of St. Augustine Street and Woodward Avenue on FSU's Main Campus, comprise 13 acres and encompass 4 sports fields. The Main Campus Fields is an open-access facility, providing space for the recreational activities of current FSU students, faculty, and staff during daylight hours, weather permitting.

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