Yes, teams must stay for at least 3 nights.
Yes. We will provide game balls.
Yes. We encourage teams to proudly represent themselves and their home towns through their uniforms.
At The Ripken Experience, pitchers and catchers cannot wear metal.
At Grand Park, pitchers cannot wear metal.
All other position players can wear metal cleats.
Yes. Water and cups will be provided in the dugouts.
Yes, we will provide umpires.
Pets are not permitted at any complex unless they are necessary for documented medical purposes. Boarding Kennels are located near each complex.
No alcohol or tobacco products will be permitted on any of our complexes. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in ejection from the property.
Yes, however we have a strict "leave no trace" trash policy. Concessions will also be available for purchase on site.
Yes. Each complex features grass berm seating, as well as picnic tables and bleachers. We also recommend bringing your own blankets and portable chairs.
Yes, there will always be a First Aid certified team member on-site to handle routine medical needs.
If the fields are judged unsafe, we will suspend, postpone, reschedule, or cancel games as needed. We will do everything in our power to remain as on-schedule with practice times as we can.
High School Spring Training packages can be found below.
College Spring Training packages can be found below.
Each team should submit a scheduling form indicating the desired number of games and practices for their stay. We then create a schedule based off of this information. Teams typically play an average of 4-6 games over the course of 3-4 days.
No, parking is free at every Ripken Complex.
Yes, golf carts will be provided for those who need assistance.
Admission to all Ripken Experience complexes and fields is free.
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