Looking to find out more about choosing Greater Lansing as the host city for your next event? Explore our searchable venue finder below to get a comprehensive list of facilities that can accommodate your unique event specifications.
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GLSA Online Facility Guide
No matter your game or the size of your event the GLSA has a venue (or group of venues) that will be just right for your upcoming event! The Greater Lansing venue guide below can be viewed on screen or downloaded as a PDF and printed - whatever works…
Grass fields, artificial turf fields, diamonds, soccer fields, lacrosse fields, and so much more Lansing has them all! Lansing has the solution to host site your next event.
Ice Sports have a rich history in the Lansing region. From hosting USA Hockey and US Figure Skating Nationals to multiple youth and adult events, Lansing has the right mix of facilities to host your event.
Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Futsal, Floor Hockey and so much more all shine in Greater Lansing. Our expansive court options allow for endless possibilities that are sure to put on the greatest games on the court.
Looking to host a large-scale event with plenty of seating in a stadium environment? Michigan’s Capital City has plenty of options.
Greater Lansing offers a plethora of unique venues for sports of all kinds, including BMX/biking, disc golf, FootGolf and well manicured traditional golf courses.
Virtual Facility Tours
Here is your chance to get up close and in person (almost) with some of our premiere facilities. Each of these Google 360 Tours gives you a comprehensive walkthrough before you even step foot in the actual building.