Check out our all-star lineup, including the two World Series teams, for your ultimate Cactus League Spring Training getaway in Arizona. Lead off with great games between 15 teams across 10 stadiums — conveniently located close to each other — round the bases between and after games with fun in the Arizona outfield and head home to comfortable accommodations throughout the Valley of the Sun.
For more Spring training information, see the stadiums below for locations, team schedules, ticket information and more. Then plan your time outside of the stadium with recommendations on things to do and see and places to eat.
15 Teams Across 10 Stadiums - Schedule & Ticket Information
American Family Fields of Phoenix
American Family Fields of Phoenix is the spring training home to the Milwaukee Brewers. Formerly known as Maryvale Baseball Park the facility is owned and operated by the city's Parks and Recreation department. The facility can hold up to 10,000 people.
A state-of-the-art baseball facility like no other, Camelback Ranch-Glendale celebrates its eleventh season as Spring Training home of the Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers. Located on 141 acres at Ballpark Blvd. and Camelback Road, this Sonoran Desert-inspired facility offers baseball fans more than top-quality playing fields and facilities; the site also features picturesque walking trails, landscaped grounds, citrus groves, and extensive water features.
One of the largest facilities in the Cactus League, Camelback Ranch-Glendale's main stadium boasts a capacity of 13,000, which includes 3,000 lawn seats, 12 luxury suites and a party deck.
Goodyear Ballpark is the spring training and player development home of the Cleveland Guardians and Cincinnati Reds. A great deal of emphasis is put on the fan experience - guests enjoy a fun atmosphere with between-inning promotions, giveaways, kids days, family-friendly ticket pricing and the largest kids zone of all Cactus League facilities. During the off-season, the ballpark also hosts the City of Goodyear's annual signature events, tournaments, festivals, graduations, private and corporate functions.
Hohokam Stadium is the spring training baseball home of the Oakland Athletic's American baseball team. The venue puts fans near all the action and up close to their favorite players from the major leagues. All spring long, fans have opportunities to interact with their favorite players from our home team The Oakland Athletics.
The A's facility is located in Mesa.
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
Salt River Fields, the Spring Training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies, is the first Major League Baseball Spring Training facility built on American Indian land in the nation.
The ballpark seats 11,000--7,000 fixed seats and 4,000 lawn seats--and features two large hospitality suites, the Pepsi Patio and Miller Lite Loft/American Airlines Deck, for large groups and special events.
Scottsdale Stadium is the spring training home to the San Francisco Giants. The baseball field located near Old Town Scottsdale was designed by the owner of the Baltimore Orioles' Camden Yards. The new stadium was built in 1992 and holds 12,000 people.
“There are few things better than a gorgeous Saturday afternoon in Scottsdale after the Giants just finished a game in their absurdly charming little downtown ballpark. Spring training isn’t the same without fans eating a picnic lunch on a blanket on a hill beyond the center-field fence.” Tim Kurkjian, ESPN Senior Writer
Sloan Park is the Spring Training home of the Chicago Cubs in Mesa. Distinctive touches of Wrigley Field align nicely with 360 views and a convenient location in this 15,000-seat stadium.
For those who want to stretch their legs or kids who need to get the wiggles out, Sloan Park is conveniently located next to Riverview Park with playgrounds extraordinaire, splash pads, shaded picnic areas, and miles of accessible sidewalks.
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Surprise Stadium is an American baseball stadium located at the Surprise Recreation Campus athletic facility. The venue was opened in 2002 and is the spring training home to both the Kansas City Royals and the Texas Rangers. The stadium holds just over 10,000 and is located in the city of Surprise, Arizona.