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PlacestoMeet The Penn Stater is the area's largest, most technologically sophis-


ticated conference center hotel, boasting 58,000-square feet of function space as well as 300 guestrooms. Its sister property, The Nittany Lion Inn, is rated one of the top meeting facilities on the East Coast, and is on the National Register for Historic Places.


State College also offers opportunities to hit the links at venues like Toftrees Conference Center Hotel, which boasts a four-and-a- half-star-rated PGA championship golf course.


The Bryce Jordan Center is a multipurpose arena that is able to host a variety of concerts, events and trade shows.


The Ramada Conference Center offers 285 guestrooms and 25,000-square feet of meeting space, including a spacious amphitheatre.


The Carnegie Inn and Spa is a four-star boutique hotel that is ideal for board retreats and is now home to the newly open ESSpa Day Spa.


Penn State's Stone Valley Vertical Adventures offers one of the largest team building courses on the East Coast, and the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle sits on a lake in Bald Eagle State Park, both of which can accommodate small retreats.


Beaver Stadium and Medlar Feld at Lubrano Park both can serve as unique meeting venue options, as well.


Food&Drink Downtown State College offers an exciting nightlife with restau-


rants, bars and cafes. Nearby Bellefonte and Boalsburg are both historic towns with shopping districts and attractions and are within a 5- to 20-minute drive from State College and Happy Valley.


Duffy's Tavern offers fine dining and American Pub-style fare inside a historic stage coach stop.


Otto's Pub and Brewery, a microbrewery in State College, spe- cializes in the use of locally grown ingredients to make its brews.


The Field Burger and Tap embraces a farm-to-table mentality and uses fresh ingredients.


For dessert, who can come to State College and not enjoy some ice cream or a milkshake from the famous Penn State Creamery?


In addition, the Central PA Tasting Trail offers a tour of Central PA with stops at various local microbreweries, cideries, wineries and distilleries. Visitors can travel the trail at their own pace or hitch a ride from Fullington Bus and Limo to enjoy the local fla- vors.


Let’s Meet in State College!


• 190,000 Square Feet of Meeting Space


• 3600 Guest Rooms • Affordable Meeting Space


• Diverse Dining & Entertainment Opportunities


• Convenient Access to I-80, I-99 and 322


• Trade Show Space at the Bryce Jordan Center for 375 Exhibitors


• RFP Distribution, Complimentary Site Visits


No matter how many times you’ve visited State College, home to Penn State University, we always have a surprise for you. See our shows. Explore our museums. Sample the local flavors. The ideal place to get started is atMeetinStateCollege.com. You can also call us at 814-231-1401.


Mid-Atlantic­EvEnts Magazine 73


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