What To Know When Visiting Dodgers Spring Training At Camelback Ranch
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After decades in Vero Beach, the Los Angeles Dodgers moved their Spring Training home to Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz., in 2009. They have drawn over 100,000 in Spring Training attendance through the first 11 years of being at Camelback.

In addition to attending Cactus League games, fans can watch daily workouts for both the Dodgers and co-tenant Chicago White Sox at no cost, with accessibility typically starting at 9 a.m. local time. Restrooms will be open to the public across the complex.

Autograph seekers are encouraged to arrive early and line the areas between the team’s Spring Training building and pathways to the backfields. Players typically sign autographs either prior to or after morning workouts.

The concession stand and on-site merchandise store will additionally be open during workouts — the latter of which annually sells new Spring Training caps and other assorted gear.

Camelback Ranch features a 1,300-foot, 5-acre lake system with a river that serves the dual purpose of irrigation for fields and site landscaping.

Two of the 12 practice fields on the grounds (four Major League, eight Minor League) are replicas of the Dodgers and White Sox home ballparks with exact dimensions of Dodger Stadium and Guaranteed Rate Field, respectively.

In an ode to their old Dodgertown grounds in Florida, citrus groves line the east side of the property on the Dodgers’ portion of the complex. The team additionally has placards honoring All-Stars at every position throughout the franchise’s history, life-size bobblehead of Hall of Famers Tommy Lasorda, and team logos.

The features combine for a picturesque backdrop and ideal spot for fans to take photos.

Prior to the start of 2020 Spring Training, Ballpark Boulevard was extended to meet 99th Avenue, stretching from Camelback Road on the south to Maryland Ave. on the north.

Ballpark Blvd. previously dead-ended just beyond Camelback Ranch-Glendale, and now the new extension gives fans the ability to approach the facility from either the north or south. When arriving or leaving Camelback Ranch for a Cactus League game, the new road is one lane in each direction with a reversible center lane to accommodate traffic before and after games.

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