1. Walk of Fame

Before entering the stadium for the game, make sure to take a walk along both the White Sox and Dodgers walk of fame. Both team’s walk of fame honors the best players in their franchise histories, and the Dodgers’ Legends Walk celebrates all of the club’s Hall of Famers and All-Stars.

2. Autographs

Camelback Ranch is one of the most autograph friendly spring training facilities making it the perfect place to get a signature from your favorite Sox player. When in the ballpark, line up along the wall down the outfield line for your best chance to secure a few autographs. You’ll also want to arrive early and head to the practice fields too as that’s where you’ll be able to get the most autographs before the game. You can typically catch both the White Sox and Dodgers players between practice fields 1 and 2.


3. Bandstand

Enjoy the music being played at the bandstand outside the plaza before the game. The music helps create a fun and festive atmosphere, making it a welcome part of every game day.

4. Distance Signs

Check out the distance signs to see how far away each White Sox and Dodgers affiliate is from Camelback Ranch. The signs are a nice touch and do a great job of making the facility truly feel like the home of both the White Sox and Dodgers.

5. Five-Acre Lake

Don’t miss the beautiful five-acre lake at Camelback Ranch. The lake separates the White Sox and Dodgers training facilities and is a must-see for anyone visiting Camelback Ranch.

6. Retired Numbers

Check out the retired numbers at Camelback, which can be found on the wall of the White Sox and Dodgers bullpens. The retired numbers celebrate the careers of the best players in both franchises’ histories and are must-sees.

7. White Sox Practices

The White Sox practices are held in the western half of the facility and start around 9:30 am, so get here early to catch your favorite Sox practicing. You can also find the Los Angeles Dodgers practicing on the eastern portion of the facility during your visit to Camelback Ranch.

8. Walking Trails

When attending White Sox spring training, take some time to walk the trails at Camelback Ranch. The walking trails are a fun part of spring training here and are a great way to get some exercise before the game.

9. Clubhouse Stores

If you want to buy some White Sox gear at Camelback Ranch, then head on over to one of the two Clubhouse Stores inside the ballpark. The larger of the two stores is located in center field, although you’ll find lots of merchandise at both shops.

10. All You Can Eat Patio

Those of you who like to eat will want to reserve a spot in the All You Can Eat Patio. The patio is located in left field and features all-you-can-eat food.

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