From the more intimate Youkey Theatre, at nearly 2,250 seats, to the spacious Jenkins area with nearly 10,000 concert seats, the RP Funding Center has set a lofty standard for Florida venues and has maintained that standard throughout its colorful history.
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A multi-purpose sports complex consisting of nine collegiate-size baseball fields and 11 lighted soccer fields. Events hosted at Lake Myrtle have varied from dog agility championships, to regional rugby championships as well as lacrosse, flag football and baseball.
The 83-acre park includes six soccer/football fields, concession stand, a playground, tennis courts, racquetball courts, basketball courts, a boat ramp, a pavilion for special events, picnic facilities and an exercise trail and a dog park.
Today’s top golf course architects have built three of the most spectacular golf courses in the United States. Streamsong Resort’s Red Course, designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, as well as the Blue Course, designed by Tom Doak, utilize the natural contours, sand dunes and native grasses to offer a golf experience reminiscent of the links-style courses of the British Isles. The latest addition is the Black Course, designed by Gil Hanse.
Bryant Stadium, with a capacity of 5,000, is home to both lacrosse and football. It is named for Thomas W. Bryant, a prominent Lakeland attorney who was longtime supporter of the Lakeland High School football team, which calls Bryant Stadium its home.
Henley Field was the Spring Training home to Detroit Tigers until 1966. Named after Clare "Doc" Henley, president of the Lakeland Baseball Club, Henley Field was the Spring Training home to the Detroit Tigers until 1966.
The nearly 30,000-square-foot Health Center is a focal point for not only Polk State, but Polk County as a whole. This quality, multi-purpose indoor facility accommodates NJCAA and high school athletics, and serves as a general-purpose assembly space for a variety of special events.