The grounds of the Camelback Ranch are beautified by thousands of plants and trees including local species that grow in Arizona's desert climate. In addition to the main stadium, the Camelback Ranch complex includes more than ten other baseball fields that are used for professional and recreational training. Another impressive highlight of this baseball venue is a 1,300 foot long lake system that provides aesthetics and irrigation for the ball fields. Additionally, there are replica fields of the White Sox and Dodgers ballparks. Thousands of on site parking spaces make the Camelback Ranch very accommodating for the large number of regular visitors who drive there.
Camelback Ranch, a 141 acre baseball facility located in Phoenix, Arizona, is the spring training home of the Chicago White Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The facility opened on March 1, 2009 for a spring training home opener between these teams. Camelback Ranch includes 13 full baseball fields, three half-fields, 118,000 square feet of Major and Minor league clubhouse space and a stadium with capacity for 13,000 people. The stadium is the largest in the Cactus League and includes a party deck, 12 luxury suites and 3,000 lawn seats. Camelback Ranch contains some very unique features, including a 5 acre lake system on the property stocked with fish that is used for both field irrigation and site landscaping. The stadium's playing field is actually sunk 12 feet below grade level with the seating elevated 12 feet above grade level to provide ideal sightlines.