Travel Ideas For Sports Lovers

Sports nuts do not require big-ticket occasions to travel and have a great time. Under-the-radar actions and the opportunity to demonstrate their love of a game while on holiday can change a trip into a memorable adventure. You will be shooting hoops in Springfield Massachusetts and then riding the great waves in San Diego, this is the hottest itinerary for sports lovers no matter what team you support. So before you head into aged care forever, make the trip around the country and visit these iconic sporting attractions, try not to end up on a hospital mattress due to over excitement!

Indianapolis: The Brickyard and Basketball

Getting behind the wheel of an IndyCar to get a high-speed ride round among the world’s most renowned tracks will make anybody excited. Basketball (and sports film) lovers are able to recreate the “Milan Miracle of 1954” at either the Milan ’54 Hoosiers Museum along with the Hinkle Fieldhouse, in which the historical high school game has been played. Time to put on your favourite basketball hoodies and show off your shooting skills. Walk away with custom basketball jerseys from local suppliers that do an awesome job.

Cleveland and Canton: Rock the Pigskin

In northeast Ohio, star quarterbacks and real rock stars get equal popularity. Canton’s Professional Football Hall of Fame pays homage to the sports greats and looks extra fresh thanks to a revamp done in 2013 including interactive exhibits such as an instant replay challenge where individuals become the referee and can overturn and overrule. Wandering through the various displays will take you all day and is great for the whole family.

Upstate New York: Champions Escape

Start at Cooperstown, New York, in America’s oldest professional sports Hall of Fame, the National Baseball Hall of Fame. While in the town, get your picture take with basketball legends at the basketball wax museum for a great laugh and day out. Only 3 hours north, station our contemporary Olympic legends through a Lake Placid Adventure: bobsledding, skeleton runs, skiing and hockey in the Olympic Sports Complex for the adventure-hungry adrenaline seekers.

Iowa into Illinois: Baseball Street Excursion

What could enhance a day spent conducting the foundations and playing catch about the Iowa baseball diamond where Field of Dreams was filmed? Free entry! Subsequently, drive three hours east to Chicago to tour the dugout, clubhouse and media box in one of America’s most iconic ballparks: Wrigley Field. A must visit for all baseball fans young and old, and especially the budding young baseball star of your family.

San Diego: Skate and Surf

Sunny San Diego is a huge playground for exciting sports and activities: surfing, BMX biking, hang gliding, mountain biking, and needless to say, skateboarding (it is house to grinding legend Tony Hawk). Follow your tricks in one of the region’s couple dozen skateparks and surfing beaches, and observe the Golden State’s iconic browsing culture in the California Surf Museum somewhat north in Oceanside. Baseball lovers also have a reason to visit with one of the greatest baseball stadiums in the country: Petco Park, right next to the shore and pretty palm trees.

Louisville: Bats and Boxing

There might not be a professional sports club in Louisville, Kentucky, however, its sporty offerings continue to be top-notch. The Kentucky Derby (among those most-watched sporting events of this year) occurs in May, however, you can view a horse race at Churchill Downs some time of the year and an onsite museum provides displays on winning horses and Derby-style over time. You can participate in the bat-making demonstration down at the Louisville Slugger Museum and visit the cultural centre constructed to commemorate the legendary local boxer, Muhammad Ali.

Orlando: Sports Meets Disney

Combining a trip to Disney with a sports lovers holiday is simple if you visit Orlando. Zip down to the Richard Petty Driving Experience to live out all your NASCAR driving fantasies, this is a real thrilling experience as race cars reach a speed of 120 miles per hour. Events are held frequently in Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports in nine places that accommodate over 60 distinct sports, from soccer to lacrosse to monitor and volleyball and field, such as the Atlanta Braves’ spring training.

North Carolina: Laps and layups

It is always March Madness at Chapel Hill and closes by Durham where college basketball is the biggest thing around. The extreme Cameron Stadium stands tall and hosts rival UNC Tar Heels and The Duke Blue Devils where fanatics live the life. For race car lovers a road trip to Charlotte will provide the cure with the NASCAR Hall of Fame displaying the greatest moments in history. The interactive entertainment is a popular choice for travelling families and all NASCAR fans from around the world.