Working in conjunction with Traverse Bay Area Youth Soccer, Keystone Soccer Complex is the go-to sports facility in the Traverse Bay area. The 77 acre plot of land contains 15 soccer fields. Tournaments are held at the complex for the majority of the year and the facility has continued to provide consistent service for every visiting team. A fun trip can’t comprise of just playing in a tournament. Your team is going to need some amusement whenever they’re done competing for the day. That’s where Traverse City’s impressive list of attractions comes into play. Take some time to familiarize yourself with what Traverse City has to offer.


Things to Do

Lucky Jack’s

Few places can compete with the assortment of attractions at Lucky Jack’s. There’s something here for everyone. Bowl some strikes at Lucky Jack’s bowling alley. Open every day and night, you can always find some open lanes for your team. On Friday nights after nine, the alley transforms into a vibrantly colorful spectacle known as Glow Bowl. Bowl under the black lights and encounter the bowling alley in a whole new way. No fun center is complete without an awesome arcade. Lucky Jack’s arcade provides guests with over 80 thrilling and challenging games of old and new. Any talented gamers should be able to collect a sizable pile of tickets that they can redeem at the redemption store. This store has a ton of cool prizes you pay for with your earned tickets. You could even get a Nintendo Wii if you have enough tickets!

Lucky Jack’s has not one, but two laser based activities. Team up with nine other people and battle another group of 10 for glory in the laser tag arena. Duck and cover while you line up your shots against enemy players to score points. When you combine the intensity of laser tag with high energy music and glowing lights, this activity becomes extremely fun to play. The other laser event is a laser maze. Put in a room by yourself or with one other person, you have to maneuver around laser beams without setting any off. Sounds tricky, doesn’t it? What makes it even harder is that time is a factor. You have to try to get through the maze as quickly as possible. Lucky Jack’s also has some billiards tables and bumper cars that your team can enjoy. 1705 S Garfield Ave, Traverse City, MI 49686


Wuerfel Park

Traverse City may not have a major league baseball team, but they have the next best thing. The Traverse City Beach Bums are a professional baseball team in the East Division of the Frontier League. Their home stadium, Wuerfel Park, is only a short drive from the Keystone Soccer Complex. The Beach Bums are one of the best teams in the division, winning three championships since 2000, most recently in 2015. Over 200,000 fans visit Wuerfel Park every year to watch the Beach Bums play. The atmosphere at the ball park is electric. Grab some Beach Bums apparel from the fan store and cheer your heart out for the home team. 333 Stadium Dr, Traverse City, MI 49685


Clinch Park

Keystone Soccer Complex - Travel - Hotels4TeamsYou don’t think of the beach when you’re in Michigan. That’s what makes this next attraction such a pleasant surprise. Overlooking West Grand Traverse Bay, Clinch Park is a public beach and park area that many people flock to during the warmer months. Good news! It’s close by Keystone Soccer Complex. Work on your tan as you relax on the beach, or swim around in the bay and play some games. A playground can also be found at the park. There’s even a splash area with a unique water spewing structure. A small walking trail runs through the park and connects Clinch Park with another beach. Picnic tables are available if you decide to bring bagged lunches to eat with the team. When everyone needs some time to unwind, Clinch Park is the ideal spot to go. 111 E Grandview Pkwy, Traverse City, MI 49684


Jacob’s Farm

Autumn is an exciting time in Traverse City. That’s largely due to the fact that Jacob’s Farm is in full swing. The Witkop family has been running the farm dating back all the way to 1892! Every Fall, visitors come from far and wide to spend a day at Jacob’s Farm. The main attraction is the farm’s 10 acre corn maze. Every year, they create a different design for guests to attempt to find their way through. The maze is open day and night. You could try solving it at both times since they each offer a unique experience. The corn maze is typically open from mid-August to late October. Other highlights at Jacob’s Farm include apple and pumpkin picking, the Farmer’s Market which is stocked with fresh produce and homemade goodies, and fresh made apple cider. 7100 East Traverse Hwy. (M-72 West), Traverse City, MI 49684


Grand Traverse Mall

Name a place where teenagers congregate and hangout on nights and weekends. Among the list of correct answers, a mall is undoubtedly near the top. Malls have so much to do, making it a great spot to visit. Grand Traverse Mall is an attraction that is always good for a short visit or extended trip. Stop by after you finish up at Keystone Soccer Complex and walk around its massive one floor and shop at the 100+ stores and five anchor stores. With all of the food options, everyone on your team will be able to find something they’d want to eat. 3200 W South Airport Rd, Traverse City, MI 49684


AMC Cherry Blossom 14

Looking for a simple thing to do near Keystone Soccer Complex? One that you know your team will appreciate? Going to the movies might be just the thing you’re looking for. AMC Cherry Blossom 14 is the best theater around. This well-kept, modern cinema knows how to deliver the ultimate movie experience. Select one of the 14 movies AMC shows daily and head to your seat. No need to stop at the concession stand because AMC has a full dine-in option. You can order actual appetizers and entrees, all from the comfort of your chair. Treat yourself to a delicious meal and an action packed movie at AMC Cherry Blossom 14. 3825 Marketplace Cir, Traverse City, MI 49684


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Places to Eat

Slabtown Burgers

Keystone Soccer Complex - Travel - Hotels4TeamsWhat can compete with a fresh, juicy hamburger? Well, nothing really. That’s why Slabtown Burgers is such a popular restaurant. Order up a single or double patty burger and add any toppings that you want. Slabtown is all about burgers your way. 11 specialty burger recipes are perfect for anyone who can’t make up their mind when trying to build their own. You can even get a stuffed burger patty that’s filled with multiple delicious ingredients. There are more than just burgers at this place. Chicken sandwiches, wraps, salads, and fresh cut fries are also available. 826 W Front St, Traverse City, MI 49684


Thai Kitchen

The name of the game at Thai Kitchen is authenticity. They pride themselves on every one of their menu items. Start off your meal with an order of chicken satay or some spring rolls. Try one of the traditional Thai noodle dishes or stir fry. If you’ve never had Thai curry, now is the time. They also serve fried rice and Pho (rice noodle). 1133 W South Airport Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686


Sparky’s Diner

Start your day off right with a breakfast at Sparky’s Diner. Known for their delicious omelets and jumbo cinnamon rolls, Sparky’s makes a hearty breakfast that satisfies. Some other breakfast dishes you can order At Sparky’s include pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and corn beef hash. Sparky’s also serves all kinds of sandwiches and creamy milkshakes and ice cream sundaes. 1462 W South Airport Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686


Taqueria TC Latino Dos

All the Mexican classic dishes you know and love are made at Taqueria TC Latino Dos. Every taco is less than three dollars. Their burritos, tamales, and tortas (sandwiches) are also very reasonably priced. Taqueria TC Latino Dos is a consistent eatery that you can rely on for a good meal after you wrap up at Keystone Soccer Complex. 2101 N Three Mile Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686


Traverse City’s diversity of attractions makes it a desirable destination. While your team stays there for a tournament at Keystone Soccer Complex, they will have the opportunity to see and do a lot. Getting to everything the team will want to do will be difficult. If you missed out on some things, you know exactly where to pick up when you return.