Most Unique Concessions Item: If you're feeling hungry, step up to the plate and try an 18-inch slice of pizza!
Best Known Ballpark Amenity: The entire Sonoran-desert inspired complex of Camelback Ranch covers 141 acres and includes seating room for 3,000 on the lawn, plus 12 luxury suites and a party deck.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature: A 5-acre lake system with a river serves the dual purpose of irrigation for the fields and beautiful landscaping. The lake is fully-stocked with fish and supports numerous species of water fowl, including cranes and geese!
Best Ballpark Game Tradition: Kids can run the bases postgame on Uptown Alley Family Sundays and Seniors, ages 55 and up, can stroll the bases postgame on Osteo Bi-Flex Wednesdays!
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit: A touch of Dodgertown, Southern California and Arizona - an orange grove - is located on the east side of the property beyond the left field wall of the Dodger Stadium replica-dimensioned field.
Autographs: Get your favorite players' autographs before the game on the outfield side of both dugouts and in the lawn seating area near player tunnel entrances! Or, get here early and autographs may be sought outside the stadium on the grounds proximate to the practice fields.
Parking: Parking is free! Entry to the parking lots is faster when approaching from the west. If traveling via 101 Loop, consider exiting prior to Camelback Road and then using El Mirage Road (to get you to Camelback Road west of the ballpark) to avoid most gameday traffic.
Concessions: Don't miss out on the legendary Dodger Dogs or Vienna Beef Chicago Hot Dogs, just like you'd enjoy at Chavez Ravine or on the South Side! Thirsty? Get an ice-cold margarita from 3 Amigos Tequila Bar inside the ballpark.
Tickets: Don't miss your chance to get 3-game mini-plans for as low as $30. Save $3 on single-game tickets when purchasing in advance.
Gates: Guests are welcome to exit and re-enter the stadium at our centerfield and home plate gates. Please have tickets in-hand for scanning to exit and present tickets again upon re-entry.
The Los Angeles Dodgers trained in perhaps the most famous spring training facility of them all, Dodgertown in Florida's Vero Beach from 1949 until 2008. In 2009, the club moved west to Arizona to open Camelback Ranch in Glendale along with the Chicago White Sox.