You’ll want to get to Tempe Diablo Stadium well before the game to make the most out of your trip to see the Angels at spring training. The spring training facility provides you with the chance to see all your favorite players, including Mike Trout, practice in preparation for the upcoming season as well as the opportunity to tailgate with your friends and family.
The ability to watch team practices is one of the biggest draws of attending spring training. Diehard fans love seeing their favorite players gear up for the season as well as the unparalleled access to the players that spring training provides. Come out to watch team practices early in spring training or catch some batting practice before the game when attending Angels spring training in Tempe.
Additionally, the Angels allow tailgating with gas grills in the parking lots at Tempe Diablo Stadium, making a trip to an Angels spring training game the perfect time to get the first tailgate of the season under your belt. Fans from all over come to watch the Angels spring training games allowing you to meet and carouse with tons of die-hard Angels fans in the parking lots.
Get to Tempe Diablo Stadium early in the day to get the full Angels spring training experience.
Where to tailgate
Stadium LotsTempe Diablo Stadium features two paved parking lots on each side of the ballpark. The two lots fill up quickly, so get here early if you want to park in one of these two lots. Parking here cost $5, and you can tailgate in general parking areas as well.
Office Complex LotsIf the stadium lots are filled, you’ll have to park at one of the office complex lots across the street. The parking here costs $5 as well.