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Charlotte Sports Park

Charlotte County Sports Park

Charlotte Sports Park, the spring training home of the Tampa Bay Rays, has hosted a multitude of special events and sports activities. This 6-field complex, which features a 7,000 seat stadium, is an ideal venue for hosting a variety of baseball tournaments, clinics, and showcases. In addition, this 82-acre park has played host to cross country meets, concerts, and several other events and competitions.

It's conveniently located within a 5-20 minute drive of over 1,000 quality hotel rooms at reasonable rates and a very short distance to restaurants and shopping.

Professional Baseball Complex Seating capacity: 5,400
Parking capacity: 2,000
Number of fields: 6
Fence distances Stadium field:
330’ down the lines
385’ power alleys
410’ center
Auxiliary fields:
330’ down the lines
385’ power alleys
410’ center
Base distance: 90’ on all fields
Lighting: Yes
Stadium field: Electronic
Auxiliary fields: None
Restrooms Male: 2 on main concourse
Female: 2 on main concourse
Concession stands 3: 1 large, 2 medium
Additional room for small portable vendors
Dressing / Locker rooms Main building: 1 (65 pp.capacity)
Auxiliary building: 1 (120 pp.capacity)
Can be divided in half
2 coaches (10 pp. capacity)
Meeting/auxiliary space Room #1 Dimensions: 20’ x 75’ (Seating capacity: 125)
Room #2 Dimensions: 20’ x 75’ (Seating capacity: 100)
Room #3 Dimensions: 15’ x 25’ (Seating capacity: 50)
Distance from airports Southwest Florida International (Ft. Myers): 50 minutes
Sarasota/Bradenton International: 30 minutes
Tampa International: 90 minutes

Charlotte Sports Park
2300 El Jobean Rd. (SR 776)
Port Charlotte, FL

Major upgrades will take place at the facility to improve the caliber of the park to Major League Baseball standards as the Charlotte Sports Park will serve as the spring training site of the Tampa Bay Rays beginning in 2009. Amenities which include sports lighting on all fields, upgraded concessions/restrooms/press box, new scoreboards, increased seating, re-sodding of all fields, and an on-site restaurant will improve the opportunities to host local, regional, and national events throughout the months of April-January when the Rays do not have exclusive use of the park.

Charlotte Sports Park