Saturday, September 28 - Coach Meade Lacrosse Camps and Clinics



Saturday, September 28 - Coach Meade Lacrosse Camps and Clinics
 Coach-Camper Ratio: Very low – One of the best ratios available in any camp. This low ratio will
maximize your positive experience. What’s Included In The Cost: Furman reversible, Camp
enrollment and 3 meals.
Enclosed in the Itinerary:
Friday, September 27 (Optional) Unofficial Visit To Furman
Saturday, September 28
Sunday, September 29 Furman Prospect Fall Clinic Furman Prospect Fall Clinic 7:30‐8:30 ‐ Registration 8:30‐11:30 ‐ Session #4 * Tour Furman University Campus 8:45‐11:30 ‐ Session #1 * Lunch—Furman Dining Hall * Attend Furman Class (Optional) * Attend Furman Lacrosse Practice 11:30‐1:00 ‐ Lunch 1:30‐4:00 ‐ Session #2 4:45‐5:45 ‐ Dinner 6:30‐9:00 ‐ Session #3 (Unofficial visit will end at 7:00AM Saturday, September 28) Thursday or Friday night stay on campus will be accommodated upon request. A fee must be charged according to NCAA rules.
Register online @ Fall Prospect Clinic Price: $270.00 Visitor Travel Guide Furman University 0HQ¶V/DFURVVH 3300 Poinsett Hwy. Greenville, SC 29613 (864) 294-­3741 Hotel Accommodations: Greenville has many places to stay while you visit your student. Check out a few of the locations that are in close proximity to Furman and downtown Greenville. 50 West Broad St
Greenville, SC 2960
171 Riverplace
Greenville, SC 29601
220 N. Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
593 Roe Center Ct.
Travelers Rest, SC 29690
Courtyard Marriott Downtown: Located in the heart of Down-­
town Greenville, the Courtyard Marriott Downtown features 135 rooms, meeting space, fitness facility, and The Bistro Hampton Inn RiverPlace: A downtown destination featuring complimentary hot breakfast, the Hampton Inn RiverPlace is locat-­
ed just off Main Street on the Reedy River Hyatt Regency: Located on Main Street in Downtown Greenville. Featuring a sun deck, outdoor pool, and signature StayFit fitness center Hampton Inn Travelers Rest:
Featuring a free hot breakfast, outdoor seasonal pool, compli-­
mentary high-­speed internet, fitness center. Two miles from Furman Dinning: Greenville is quickly establishing itself as a town for foodies, with a range of Southern cuisine, tastes from the Carolina coast, and a variety of ethnic flavors 864-467-1000
Trio: A fine family Italian restaurant in downtown Greenville with an eclectic fare of gourmet wood-­
fired pizzas and a wide variety of homemade pasta dishes. Nose Dive: A casual GastroPub that offers an eclectic menu of comfort foods and "pub" fare, handcrafted brews, interesting wines, and unique cocktails. Devereaux's: Offers a creative American menu featuring the best products availa-­
ble. Featuring sustainable and locally-­grown ingredients with international influences. Cafe at Williams Hardware: Located in Travelers Rest, the Cafe is a convenient stop off the Swamp Rabbit Trail -­ perfect for a bite to eat. Area Attractions: Whether you're downtown or closer to campus, you'll find a variety of shops a short drive from Furman's campus.
Upcountry History Museum: Interactive exhibits showcase the diverse history of the Upcountry. These exhibits include touch screen displays, oral histories, multimedia presentations and replicated buildings. Falls Park: Far more than a nature lover's paradise, Falls Park on the Reedy, located in down-­
town Greenville's Historic West End, is one of Greenville's great-­
est treasures. The park serves as an oasis within the city -­ a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life.Briefly describe the property here. Fluor Field: Modeled after Fenway Park, home of the Bos-­
ton Red Sox ;;Fluor Field at the West End ERDVWVLWVRZQ³*UHHQ
0RQVWHU´D-­foot high wall in left field, equipped with a manual scoreboard. The dimensions all around the outfield wall are to the same specifications as Fenway 3DUNLQFOXGLQJ³3HVN\¶V3ROH´LQ
right field. Swamp Rabbit Trail: Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 17.5 mile multi-­use trail system that runs along the Reedy River connecting Greenville County with schools, parks, and local businesses. 

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