Gainesville Florida Area Stadiums, Arenas, and Racetracks (North Central Florida)

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Gainesville Florida Area (North Central Florida) Stadiums, Arenas, and Racetracks
Alachua County Fairgrounds (128 acres, Gainesville)   www.alachuacounty.us  and  www.alachuacountyfair.org
Alfred A. McKethan Stadium at Perry Field (Gator Baseball, U of F, Gainesville)
            http://www.gatorzone.com/facilities/?venue=mckethan&sport=baseb

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field ("The Swamp") (Gator Football, University of Florida, Gainesville)
            http://virtualtour.ufl.edu/campus_sites/stadium.htm

Bradford County Fairgrounds (Starke)  www.bradfordcountyfair.org
Bronson Motor Speedway (ASA Stock Cars, Bronson) www.bronsonmotorspeedway.com

Canterbury Equestrian Showplase (161 acres, Newberry)   www.canterburyshowplace.com 
Clay County Agricultural Fairgrounds (Green Cove Springs)   www.claycountyfair.org
Columbia County Fairgrounds (Lake City)
   www.columbiacountyfair.org
Columbia Motorsports Park (Stock Cars, Ellisville)
Florida Horse Park (Ocala)   www.floridahorsepark.com
Florida Soccer Stadium at Percy Beard Stadium (U of F, Gainesville)   www.gainesvillesportscommission.com 
Gainesville Raceway (NHRA Drag Racing - Gator Nationals, Gainesville)   http://www.gainesvilleraceway.com
Katie Seashole Pressly Softball Stadium (Gator Softball, U of F, Gainesville)
            www.gatorzone.com/facilities/?venue=sbstadium&sport=softb
Levy County Fairgrounds (Williston)
   www.levycountyfair.com
Ocala Jai Alai Fronton (Jai Alai and Poker, Orange Lake)   www.ocalajaialai.com
Ocala - Marion County Horse Farms & Equestrian Centers
  www.ocalamarion.com
Ocala Speedway (Stock Cars, Ocala)  www.ocalaspeedway.com
Percy Beard Stadium at James G. Pressly Stadium (Track & Field, U of F, Gainesville)

            www.gatorzone.com/facilities/?venue=percy&sport=track
Putnam County Speedway Park (Stock Cars, Satsuma)   www.putnamcountyspeedway.com
Southeastern Livestock Pavilion (Ocala)   www.seyfair.com
Stephen C. O'Connell Center (University of Florida, Gainesville)   www.oconnellcenter.ufl.edu

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Gainesville, Florida
www.EyemarkRealty.com
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