Which park in the US would you like to visit in 2021?
We’re a year away from the 2020 Olympics and there are plenty of exciting things to do, but what if you had to choose between the two big parks in the nation?
Here are a few of the parks we’d like to see in 2021.
Auburn University, in Atlanta: The University of Alabama’s iconic buildings in Auburn’s Auburn Hill neighborhood could be one of the most beautiful places in the country.
But, if you want to spend your day in a beautiful setting, consider visiting the nearby Auburn Hills Park.
Also, if it’s a bit chilly outside, visit the nearby park in Columbia.
University of Arkansas, in Little Rock: If you’re a fan of a certain kind of sports, the Razorbacks might be right for you.
They’re one of three NCAA Division I schools that have hosted the Final Four.
The school has also played in a few major bowl games, including the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game and the 2018 BCS National Championship.
In addition, the school has a long tradition of hosting the annual SEC Championship, a tradition that dates back to the 1980s.
Other schools that could make an appearance in 2021 include Georgia Southern, Louisiana Tech, Texas, Louisiana-Monroe, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
Miami University, at Miami: It’s easy to see why Miami University is the favorite for a 2020 Olympics bid.
Its the school that has hosted the NCAA Championship five times.
It also has the best outdoor facilities in the South, which is a great attribute for a sports-loving city.
Plus, there’s an indoor track that’s a good place to watch a game.
If it’s your first visit, head to Miami’s Coral Gables campus, located in the heart of the city.
There are plenty other great spots around town for a visit to Miami.
Baylor University, Houston: With the school’s history in sports, Baylor has a lot going for it.
As a private university, Baylor also has a great reputation for being the best in the world.
There are a lot of sports facilities, including a baseball stadium, the new basketball arena, and a major indoor track.
For more information, check out the university’s website.
North Carolina State University, Greensboro: There’s not much to say about this school.
You might see it at a game, but you’ll likely see it on the sidelines or in the stands during a basketball game.
If you’re not a sports fan, then there are lots of other options to visit this campus.
One of the biggest draws for visiting this campus is its location in downtown Greensboro.
The campus is a popular tourist destination for visitors to Charlotte and has many restaurants and shops.
This is also one of only four NCAA Division III schools that are located in North Carolina.
And if you really want to take advantage of the university, then you can visit the historic campus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, located just a few miles north of downtown Greensburg.
Ohio State University: As an institution of higher education, Ohio State is a prime choice for 2020 Olympic athletes.
With an array of sports programs and facilities, there are many opportunities to visit the campus.
If it’s on your bucket list, then head to Columbus, Ohio, and visit the famous Columbus Blue Jackets.
Another campus that could be on your list for 2020 is the University at Buffalo.
It’s a private school, so it might be hard to get to campus, but it’s worth the effort.
While you’re there, make sure to stop by the famous Blue Jacket Stadium, located outside of town.
Indiana University, Bloomington: Indiana has a history of hosting NCAA Division II basketball, as well as NCAA Division 1 basketball.
However, the IU athletic department has also brought a lot to the Big Ten Conference in recent years.
Besides hosting the NCAA Tournament, the university has also hosted the Rose Bowl, the Big East Tournament, and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
To help its basketball program get the most out of the 2019-2020 academic year, the basketball program will be hosting the 2017 Big Ten Tournament.