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Broken Arrow is known for hosting some of the region's largest youth sports tournaments. Many of these teams stay for several days in Broken Arrow, spending money at our local hotels, restaurants and stores.
In an effort to attract more tournaments to our community, the Convention and Visitors Bureau is embarking on a video marketing campaign. In Oklahoma, the tourism and travel industry generates $634 million annually. It’s the third largest industry in the state behind oil/gas and agriculture. Marketing to bring sports teams to Broken Arrow is an effort we know will provide a return on our investment.
Contact Lori Hill if you are interested in hosting a sporting event in Broken Arrow. We'd love to hear from you!
Director of Tourism
Facilities capable of hosting large youth sports tournaments are featured at Indian Springs Sports Complex (baseball and soccer) and Arrowhead Softball Complex (girls softball).
Indian Springs – 1400 W. Shreveport St.Indian Springs Sports Complex regularly hosts national and regional tournaments for both baseball and soccer and features:
Arrowhead – 300 E. Washington St.Arrowhead Softball Complex regularly hosts national and regional tournaments for girls softball and features:
Nienhuis – 3201 N. 9th StreetNienhuis Park and Community Center offers a variety of recreational activities.
Battle Creek Golf – 3200 N. Battlecreek Dr.Battle Creek is a publicly-owned 18-hole championship golf course with a par-72 course and practice range. It offers a pro shop, food and beverage area, and a facility for hosting tournament lunches and dinners.Liberty Parkway TrailLiberty Parkway Trail runs for approximately 9.5 miles between New Orleans Street (101st Street) by Northeastern State University and where it meets Tulsa’s Mingo Trail near the Creek Turnpike and Mingo Valley Expressway. The trail follows the South Loop of the Creek Turnpike until it reaches the university, where the trail ends.