The Camelback Ranch stadium is one of the largest venues for Cactus League Spring Training in the metro Phoenix area. The stadium, which opened in 2009 near Glendale in northwest Phoenix, is the Spring Training home for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox.
The stadium has 10,000 seats with an additional 3,000 lawn seats available on the attractively landscaped grounds. Both the White Sox and the Dodgers alternate games there with 13 other Cactus League teams. The Dodgers start their 2014 pre-season games Feb. 27 against the Arizona Diamondbacks and the White Sox play the Dodgers on Feb. 28.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport has non-stop service from Chicago for White Sox and Cubs fans. It’s a quick one-hour flight from Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego area airports to Phoenix for Dodgers, San Diego Padres and Anaheim Angels fans.
Visitors to Arizona can see a few games and then head north to Prescott or the red rock canyons of Sedona and the Grand Canyon. They can also go south to Tucson and historic Tombstone.
The Phoenix metropolitan area offers the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park, the zoo and the amazing Arizona Science Center along with 300 golf courses. Arizona weather is warm and dry while other parts of the country are still cold and wet.
Metro Phoenix now has ten stadiums for the 15 Cactus League teams so the coming season should be even more successful since all of the pre-season games will be played in Arizona.
Spring training visitors rent automobiles, stay in hotels and dine at local restaurants. Tickets to pre-season games are usually less expensive and baseball fans can see American and National League teams play each other which does not happen in the regular season. Arizona residents attend the games, too, increasing ticket revenues.
Where to stay
Fortunately, there are many hotels near Camelback Ranch with special negotiated rates for baseball fans. Hotel and game ticket packages may be available.
The Comfort Suites at 99th Ave and Camelback Road is only 1.43 miles from the stadium. The hotel features a pool, hot tub, fitness center and a free shuttle within seven miles of the hotel. This includes other ballparks.
Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix West/Avondale is only 1.84 miles from the stadium at 1650 N. 95th Lane. This hotel has free parking and easy access to the dining and shopping at Westgate City.
Neighboring Hampton Inn and Suites Phoenix Glendale Westgate at 6630 N 95th Ave. is only 1.86 miles from Camelback Ranch. This suite property with free parking is located in the Westgate City Center complex. Rooms include microwave and mini refrigerator.
The Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa is located at 9495 West Coyotes Blvd. only 2.42 miles from the stadium. The hotel features spa facilities and gym along with a pool, meeting and business center.
Holiday Inn Express is 2.78 miles from the stadium at 9310 W. Cabela Ave in Glendale. This hotel is perfect for the business traveler who likes baseball.
The adjacent Staybridge Suites are at 2.79 miles from the ballpark at 9340 W. Cabela. This hotel is good for the person or family who wants a week vacation that includes baseball games.
Residence Inn by Marriott at 7350 N. Zanjero is 2.94 miles from the stadium. The Springhill Suites by Marriott is next door at 7370 Zanjero, 2.97 miles from Camelback Ranch. Both hotels have suite accommodations.
The suite hotels are good for a day, week or month. Check out our comprehensive list of Phoenix hotels. Visit Phoenix for 2015 Spring Training.
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