Jacksonville is the largest city in the state of Florida in both population and land area. The Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan Area has a population of about 1.3 million people. Jacksonville is a major military and civilian deep-water port, home to two US Navy bases and the Port of Jacksonville – the third largest seaport in Florida. Jacksonville economy is comprised of banking, insurance, and healthcare, more particularly, tourism. Jacksonville operates the largest American urban park system of over 337 locations, covering more than 80,000 acres. Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena opened in 2003, seats 16,000 people for performances and sporting events. There are several annual events available to residents and tourists of Jacksonville; the Gate River run, a 15 kilometer road-race, the Gator Bowl, Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament, the Jacksonville Jazz Festival, Springing the Blues Festival, and many more. Some attractions to Jacksonville are the Jacksonville Landing and Jacksonville Riverwalks. Several attractions are located along both riverwalks including the Jacksonville Maritime Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, and the Jacksonville Museum of Science & History (MOSH). Sports teams based in Jacksonville are the NFL Jaguars, Jacksonville Axmen of a semi-professional Rugby league, Jacksonville Giants Basketball of the American Basketball Association, and more. The PGA Tour organizes and holds The Players Championship annually.