Coming Soon: Traverse City’s New TCBAA Sports Complex
A Traverse City nonprofit is moving forward with plans to give locally homeschooled students a place to take part in competitive sports.
For years the Traverse City Bulldogs Athletic Association has had to rent out spaces for their practices and games.
The TCBAA is turning a field near the intersection of Garfield and Potter Roads into a huge sports complex for their homeschooled athletes.
Phase one is estimated to be about $350,000.
Board President Gregg Kubert says it includes two soccer fields, two baseball fields, and an outdoor basketball and volleyball court.
“We’ve been looking for a home to be part of the community for a long time,” he says. “This will really anchor our community. We have a really, really great group of people. And we prayed on this for a long time and it’s finally coming to reality.”
TCBAA purchased the 20 acres of land after selling a piece of land that was gifted to them.
They’re raising money for phase two right now, which will be their gymnasium.