1. Sand Bar

Those of you looking to grab a drink during the game will want to head over to the Sand Bar. The Sand Bar offers 32 beers on tap, HD TVs, and an incredible view of the action, making it the perfect place to take in all the action on the field.

2. City Park

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.

3. Autographs

If you want to get an autograph from your favorite player, then head to Sections 100-102 and 116-123 to do so. Fans are allowed to line up along the railings in these sections up until 40 minutes before the game, so get here early to ensure you’ll have enough time to get some signatures.

4. Kids Run the Bases

Kids ages 4 to 12 can run the bases after every Sunday game. To take part in this fun event, line up between Sections 121 and 122 after the game.

5. 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.

6. Ballpark Tours

If you want to take a tour of The Ballpark of Palm the Beaches, then call the main office at 561-500-HITS to make arrangements. A tour of the ballpark is an excellent way to see what goes on behind the scenes at the spring training facility.

7. Ballpark Team Store

Head to the Ballpark Team Store next to the 3rd Base Plaza Gate to pick up a souvenir from your trip to The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. Here you’ll find a wide selection of Astros, Nationals, and ballpark merchandise, so no matter what you’re looking for you won’t have to worry about leaving empty-handed.

7. Party Decks

The Party Decks at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches are fantastic for holding your next group event. They can accommodate up to 100 people and offer a tremendous view of the field as well as a full-service bar and an all-you-can-eat menu.

9. Nationals Practices

The Nationals hold their practices on the practice fields on the southern half of the facility beyond the outfield wall. Arrive at the ballpark early to see the Nationals practice before the game.

10. Lawn

The Lawn is home to some of the cheapest seats in the ballpark as well as an excellent place to hang out and enjoy the game. Just bring a towel or blanket and enjoy the Florida sun and some Nationals baseball.

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