Visiting the Spring Training home of the Kansas City Royals provides fans with an experience reminiscent of Baseball's early days. Spring brings with it hope for the future, and every team takes the field in March with dreams of winning big in October.
The Kansas City Royals are a part of the Cactus League (which also includes the San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Texas Rangers, Colorado Rockies, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland A's, and the San Diego Padres).
Surprise Stadium — Spring Training Home of the Kansas City Royals
Address: 15850 N. Bullard Ave., Surprise, AZ
Year Opened: 2003
Parking: Plenty of nearby parking.
Seating: Reserved and lawn seating.
Autograph Opportunities: You can line up for autographs before and after games and workouts.
Concessions: No cans, glass, or open containers; no coolers or backpacks.
Area Attractions: Surprise has a huge variety of great activities for those times between games.
Aquatics Center: Surprise has a 10,562-square-foot Aquatics Center that includes a 4,700-square foot water play area with zero-depth entry, an eight-lane competitive pool, diving well with two one-meter boards, two slides, and a vortex whirlpool.
Museum: The West Valley Art Museum, which has five exhibit halls.
Golf: Surprise has eight championship golf courses. The newest, Cimarron at Sun City Grand, was designed by Greg Nash.
To join the Royals at Spring Training, check us out today! With one call or click, we will provide you with everything you need, including hotel accommodations, a rental car, tickets to the games, and special opportunities to meet with select Royals personnel.