Peoria Sports Complex

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Peoria Sports Complex
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Peoria Sports Complex was the first Major League Baseball spring training and player development facility in the country shared by two teams. Built in 1994, the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners utilize the facility year round. The complex has a main stadium and twelve practice fields. In addition to baseball tournaments, the facility hosts community events, concerts, art and trade shows, weddings and group events. The surrounding area includes numerous hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
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juvemeister
Port Orchard, WA441 contributions
Great Remodel
Mar 2020
Nothing like spring training and trying to sort out the talent, or lack of it, that the Mariners will be sending out on the field. Those of us in the Pacific Northwest esp. love spring training as a respite from the cold and rain we've just endured over the winter. This year, sadly, Cactus League play only lasted a short while before the pandemic shut things down. We were fortunate enough to enjoy a few games at Peoria before they pulled the plug. It had been a few years since our last visit and we really were impressed by the remodel, which seemed to include more commons areas for viewing the games, better seating, and just a more expansive feeling. We really liked being able to walk over from our hotel any time of day and watch workouts as well as games. The team store is fun, but the last 2 times I've visited, I'm jealous that the San Diego Padres have much more interesting attire than the M's. Anyway, we enjoyed the dining venues (except for the prices have gone up) at the park and the truly friendly vibe. We also liked that a seat at this ballpark is less expensive than many of the spring training venues. Seems to be plenty of parking and lots of nearby places to dine & shop before and after a game. Hope to visit again a few years.
Written August 22, 2020
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Kieande
Nampa, ID598 contributions
Great family activity.
Mar 2020 • Couples
So you must know I am not a super baseball fanatic as my husband. So what I saw when we arrived was a very organized method to help people park efficiently. Line went fast to get in and there was so much help to show us where to go. Everything was clean. The seating was comfortable and in the shade behind home plate.
Food and drinks- well they had many options. There was virtually no waiting. I only wish they had more napkins and more of a box type tray to carry drinks and food. This would make it easier to eat. If you didn’t want to leave your seats they bring around drinks and some food options. Prices were ball park prices.
There was a nice crowd and lots of spirit. This was a wonderful event for a family.
As it thinned out towards the end you could see the birds come down to snack.
Written April 1, 2020
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Jim M
Sedro Woolley, WA174 contributions
Spring Training Baseball
Mar 2020
I have looked forward to seeing Spring Training my entire adult life, and finally, I was able to partake. Watching Major League Baseball is a passion of mine, and I was able to see the Seattle Mariners on a gorgeous, sunny pleasant day. This was a real treat. The only downside is we were given tickets behind a railing which was never explained to us. In essence, it was an obstructed view. With a back back and neck, this was problematic. Otherwise, this was a nice experience, the ushers and vendors are extremely friendly, and the seats were reasonably close to the field. One lady was hurt by a foul ball, and the usher in that section continued to bring her ice packs over a couple of innings. If you lake baseball, this is a great way to spend an afternoon.
Written March 8, 2020
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BobbyG1616
Escondido, CA4 contributions
Fantastic place to see a game!
Mar 2020
Nothing better than to catch a spring training game in the Sports Complex, home to both the padres and the Mariners. Weather in March is always perfect, they have a surprisingly good collection of food and beer, and there is not a bad seat anywhere!
Written March 6, 2020
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Mary K
12 contributions
spring training
Feb 2020
Great venue for watching the Mariners. We had great seats in the 109 section and were able to have a close up view of the players. Parking was $5.00.
Written March 3, 2020
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black325
Prescott Valley, AZ341 contributions
Beautiful Complex
Feb 2020
It was our first time at a spring training venue and I must admit I was impressed. Beside the beautiful field and stands there were plenty of food venues and even a playground & splash pad for kids. Even though the temp was 72 degrees it was quite hot in the sun so we did have to get up a few times. (BTW there is sunscreen in the restrooms) One of the areas that I really liked was the covered standing area near the outfield. It was a great place to stretch your legs, see the game & get out of the sun. I wish we had gone to the area right below it because you pay $5 to get in and you receive a voucher for a beer and/or soda. That is the cost for a drink alone. Unfortunately by the time we decided to go there around the 5th inning there was no place to sit. It was a great day to enjoy a ball game with friends.
Written March 1, 2020
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Aaron S
Ketchikan, AK35 contributions
First spring training game!
Mar 2020
Gorgeous weather. Beautiful ball park. Cubs 16-12 over the Mariners. The only one who wins during a 16-12 spring training game that lasts 4 hours is ME!
Written March 1, 2020
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Ron M
4 contributions
Great venue
Jul 2019
The sports complex is more than that. There is a small man made lake with fishing. Ramada's and picnic tables. Four dog parks/ two for large dogs two for small. And a summer water feature and pours water over people trying to beat the heat. Close to a circle K
Written February 11, 2020
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Jared J
3 contributions
Baseball
Nov 2018 • Family
Great park. Clean fields. Clean bathrooms. The staff at the complex are very nice. It's is located in a nice part of town. There is a lot to do there.
Written October 8, 2019
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JCfromTex
Peoria, AZ43 contributions
Nice Park
Mar 2019
Very nice ballpark. Close to our house and easy to park, get in and out. Nice clean facility and good concessions as well. While not as upscale as some of the newer Spring Training facilities, it is a great place to catch a game and plenty of restaurants on 83rd ave in front of the park. Can't go wrong by attending a game here.
Written September 22, 2019
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