When attending a Rangers spring training game, there is a lot to see and do outside the ballpark. Surprise Stadium is located on the Surprise Recreation Campus, and as a result, you’ll find a lot of local recreation buildings here as well as the Rangers practice facilities. If you enjoy swimming, tennis, or reading get here early and enjoy the aquatic center, tennis complex, or public library before the game.
Those of you who are looking more for baseball-related entertainment will also want to get to the ballpark early. The Rangers practices are open to the public throughout spring training and start and 9:30 am, so get to the park early to catch your favorite players warm up before the season.
Finally, parking is free giving you no excuse not to get to Surprise Stadium early and make a day of it when attending Rangers spring training.
You’ll find tons to see and do before even entering Surprise Stadium to watch the Rangers play, so make sure to get to the ballpark bright and early.
Rangers practices open at 9:30 am and are a fantastic experience for any die-hard fan as they offer you the opportunity to get an up-close look at all your favorite players. If you’re attending Rangers practice, make sure to park in the lot near the intersection of Bullard Ave and Tierra Buena Ln.Watch video
Surprise Recreation Campus
Surprise Stadium is located on the Surprise Recreation Campus, which is also home to the community's regional library, tennis complex, and aquatic center. Stop by and check out any of these recreation services to make the most out of your trip to Surprise, Arizona.Watch video
Where to tailgate
Free ParkingYou’ll find free parking at Surprise Stadium in the paved and grass lots behind left field as well as the lots across the street at the aquatic center.