Maryvale Baseball Park

The Brewers remain one of only a handful of Cactus League teams to possess their own stadium. The 7,000-capacity Maryvale Baseball Park is a spectators’ park that offers beautiful sight lines, a huge concourse and a massive lawn. Tickets are generally easy to come by, even on weekends.

Address: 3600 N. 51st Avenue, Phoenix. See it on a map.


Parking: Onsite. There are 2,000 parking spaces; during crowded games, several strip malls across the street from the complex offer pay parking.

Tickets: $8-$27 (may vary based on the game) at, the stadium box office or 800-933-7890.

Best place to sit: Brewers infield seats are among the cheapest in the league at $27. The lawn is massive, so even at $8 tickets are almost always available.

Concessions: You will find the standards, plus some Milwaukee-area favorites like brats. Built-in food stands, and roaming concourse and seat vendors are also available.

Best Pre-Game/Post-Game Spots

Get a taste of the real Mexican grill

Ta‘Carbon has folks raving about the joint’s homemade tortillas and real grilled Mexican food.

Address: 5834 W. Camelback Road, Phoenix

Gotta have art

The Heard and Phoenix Art museums are less than a 15-minute drive from Maryvale Baseball Park.

Heard Museum
Address: 2301 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix

Phoenix Art Museum
Address: 1625 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix

Hit the links

William F. Bell, creator of San Diego’s fabled Torrey Pines, was the architect for the renovated Grand Canyon University Golf Course (formerly known as Maryvale Municipal Golf Course). A championship-length course, it is suitable for all skill levels.

Address: 5902 W. Indian School Road, Phoenix
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Get in a morning hike

Piestewa Peak Park and its numerous hiking trails are less than a 20-minute drive. For something for all levels, check out Dreamy Draw Recreation Area.

Address: 2421 E. Northern Avenue, Phoenix

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