Lake Myrtle Sports Park (Auburndale)
Nine baseball fields all sodded with 419 Bermuda Grass, featuring with electronic scoreboards, oversized dugouts, home and visitor bullpens, batting cages, and two separate shower facilities.
Chain O’ Lakes Complex (Winter Haven)
This one-time Spring Training location of both the Boston Red Sox and the Cleveland Indians is now a complex for RussMatt Baseball. Besides the one-time Major League field, there are four other fields, a practice infield, batting cages with dirt mounds, bullpen mounds, minor league and major league clubhouses.
- Five Major League Baseball regulation fields
- Practice infields
- Batting cages with dirt mounds
- Bullpen mounds
Henley Field (Lakeland)
Henley Field was the Spring Training home to Detroit Tigers until 1966. Named after Clare “Doc” Henley, president of the Lakeland Baseball Club, the ballpark seats 1,000. A new baseball clubhouse opened in 2013. In 2016, the park served as the home stadium for the Lakeland Flying Tigers while Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium was undergoing renovations.
- Full size lighted stadium with dugouts and batting cages
- Seating for 1,000
- Lights for nighttime games
- Concessions stands
- Warm up areas
- Batting cages
Polk State College – Bing Tyus Yard (Lakeland)
Bing Tyus Yard is one of the nicest junior college facilities in the state, providing student-athletes with a state-of-the-art experience.
The field boasts a concession stand, full-size dugouts, bullpen area with two mounds per side, sliding pit, air-conditioned press box with sound system, VIP deck, an electronic scoreboard, and a backstop net system that was installed from dugout to dugout in 2011.
Bing Tyus Yard also has professional lighting and seating for approximately 400.
- Full-sized baseball field
- Concessions areas
- Seating for 300, but expandable
- Full-sized dugouts
- VIP Decks
- Batting Cages
- Air-conditioned press box
Pat Thomas Stadium-Buddy Lowe Field (Leesburg)
Pat Thomas Stadium-Buddy Lowe Field is a baseball stadium located in Leesburg, Florida. The Stadium has a capacity of about 2,000 people and was a former minor league baseball stadium and current amateur baseball stadium. The park was the first lighted baseball stadium in Florida and home to several minor and major league spring training camps. The stadium is located in the city’s Venetian Gardens, on the shore of Lake Harris.
Historic Sanford Memorial Stadium (Sanford)
Historic Sanford Memorial Stadium is a baseball stadium located in Sanford, Florida. The ballpark is located just south of Lake Monroe on Mellonville Avenue, less than a mile from Historic Downtown Sanford. The stadium stands at the site of the old Sanford Field, which was originally built in 1926. The stadium was built on the old site in 1951 as the Spring Training Facility of the New York Giants. Many Major League stars have played in the stadium including Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Tim Raines, and David Eckstein. The Stadium was refurbished in 2001 at a cost of two million dollars, and now offers many modern amenities along with the classic architecture of Stadiums’ built in the early to mid-1900s.
BoomBah Sports Complex at Seminole County
15 State-of-the-Art Lighted Athletic Fields
Four 385’ to Center Field / Synthetic Turf
Five 350’ to Center Field / Synthetic Turf
Six 315’ to Center Field / Natural Turf
All fixed and portable fencing
Additional Complex Features:
- Large central pavilion for groups
- Ample restrooms
- Walking paths
- Designated areas to accommodate food truck services
- Central picnic area
- Batting cages
- Bullpens adjacent to athletic field dugouts
- Ample warm-up / assembly areas for players and groups
- Spectator bleachers with shade cover at each field
- Three centrally located concession/hospitality buildings
- Administration building with park offices, meeting space and restrooms