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Crowders Creek Park plan looks to capitalize on Sports Tourism trends

Plans are in the works to put millions of dollars in hospitality tax revenues in the Lake Wylie-Clover area into the construction of a brand new sports park, dubbed Crowders Creek Park

Former York County Councilman Tom Smith recently told York County Council the 50-acre park, at its onset, would capitalize on the growing trend of sports tourism.

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Smith and the group behind the effort want to use a portion of District Two’s contributions from the 2% hospitality tax to fund the project which could be completed with as little as $3-4 million.

Smith says the facility would serve both the community and visitors.

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In the long run, Smith said, the park could pay for itself.

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Smith told county council the park could eventually bring in more than $750,000 annually.

The plan now heads to the county’s hospitality tax commission for review in the next 90 days.

 

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