When making the trip to Nationals spring training in West Palm Beach, get here early to make the most out of your visit. Before games start, you’ll be able to catch the Nationals practicing at the practice facility as well as take a tour of the ballpark, if you make a reservation. There is a lot to see and do before the game, which creates a fun atmosphere surrounding Nationals spring training.
Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to meet fellow diehard Nationals fans when visiting The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. Nationals fans come out in high numbers to show their support for their team and take in the team’s practices and spring training games, making for a festive atmosphere in the surrounding area.
Finally, make sure to get your picture with the giant Nationals logo near the grand entrance. The logo is a can’t-miss for Nationals fans and presents an excellent photo op for anyone taking in a game at the ballpark.
Get to The Ballpark of Palm the Beaches early to enjoy spring training to the fullest and catch a behind the scenes look at the Nationals and their new spring training facility.
Grand Entry Plaza
When entering The Ballpark of Palm the Beaches, enter through the grand entry on the third base side to see the 30 ft tall Astros and Nationals logo sculptures. The statues present an excellent photo op and are a must-see for fans of either team.
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the city park on the southwest corner of the facility during your trip to Nationals spring training. The park features a playground, basketball courts, and even a splash parking making it perfect for kids.
Where to tailgate
Ballpark ParkingYou can park for Nationals spring training games in one of the two grass lots. The lot on the Nationals side of the facility is the larger of the two lots, offering you a fair amount of space to park. Parking in either lot cost $10.