|CAMELBACK RANCH - GLENDALE
The Los Angeles Dodgers share the Camelback Ranch ballpark and training complex with the Chicago White Sox. Opening in 2009, the complex features multiple full and partial practice fields for each team, dedicated clubhouses for the minor leaguers, and plenty of parking for all.
It is unlike any spring-training complex in the Cactus League, more reminiscent of the larger complexes in Florida. It's designed to bring you the total baseball experience. Most fans will park in the corner of the spring-training complex and meander through the training fields before arriving at the ballpark. Intersecting the walk to the ballpark is a flowing stream, with Dodgers practice fields on the right and White Sox practice fields on the left. Entering the ballpark through center-field gates, you'll be presented with one of the prettiest facilities in the Cactus League, a ballpark that feels like it's been part of the Arizona landscape for decades. Attending a game at Camelback Ranch is one of the more pleasant experiences in spring training, and one we highly recommend.
Spring Training History
The Los Angeles Dodgers have trained in the following locations: Charlotte, N.C. (1901); Columbia, S.C. (1902-1906); Jacksonville (1907-1909); Hot Springs, Ark. (1910-1912); Augusta, Ga. (1913-1914); Daytona Beach (1915-1916); Hot Springs, Ark. (1917-1918); Jacksonville (1919-1920); New Orleans (1921); Jacksonville (1922); Clearwater (1923-1932); Miami (1933); Orlando (1934-1935); Clearwater (1936-1940); Havana (1941-1942); Bear Mountain, N.Y. (1943-1945); Daytona Beach (1946); Havana (1947); Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Republic (1948); Vero Beach (1949-2008); Glendale (2009-present).