Most Unique Concessions Item:
North Side fans can vouch for the world-famous Chicago Dog!
Best Known Ballpark Amenity:
The SRP Citrus Grove food truck is a staple at Sloan Park.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature:
Can't make it to the Windy City for a picture in front of the Wrigley Field marquee? No problem! Sloan Park has a replica of the legendary marquee perfect for photo opportunities!
Best Ballpark Game Tradition:
Fans love singing "Go Cubs Go" after every Cubs win at Sloan Park!
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit:
Sloan Park's reputation as "Wrigleyville West" is truly deserved. There are many features reminiscent of Wrigley Field throughout the stadium!
Time permitting, players and coaches may sign autographs up until 30 minutes prior to the game. Fans seeking autographs following the game may have the opportunity to find players in the designated player walkway from the ballpark to the home clubhouse, located outside the Home Plate Gate.
Parking for all games at Sloan Park is available at $10.00 (reserved) or $5.00 (general) per vehicle or motorcycle. Buses and RVs will be charged $14.00. General lots are located to the east of the ballpark. Spots are available on a first-come basis. Parking lots open four hours prior to game time. Reserved handicap parking is located in the blue lot in front of the stadium. General handicap parking is located in the yellow lot. A handicap shuttle operates from the yellow and orange lots for those needing extra assistance to/from their vehicle.
Spectra Food Services proudly manages the food, beverage and merchandise sales at Sloan Park. For guest convenience, there are six concession stands, as well as multiple portable cart outlets located throughout the ballpark.
The Cubs' ticket office is open 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday, as well as Sunday game days.
Sloan Park gates open 90 minutes before the scheduled start time of the game.
The Chicago Cubs started training in Arizona in 1952, planting roots in Mesa until 1965. In 1966 they took a one-year hiatus outside the Sonoran Desert before landing in Scottsdale, where they would remain until 1978. In 1979, the Cubs returned to Mesa at Hohokam Stadium before moving into their current home at Sloan Park in 2014.
The Mesa Hohokams
are a group of civic volunteers dedicated to raising funds for local charities and youth sports programs. The Hohokams host spring training for the Chicago Cubs at Sloan Park and for the Oakland Athletics at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa.