Houston Astros - West Palm Beach
2015 Post-Season Wild Card Team
Ballpark of the Palm Beaches
5398 Haverhill Road North
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Attending an Astros Game at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches
When The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches opens in 2017, Houston Astros fans will be exposed to the latest in high-end fan experiences — with definite nods to the state’s spring-training and architectural traditions.
The goal of the $148 million construction, according to the project’s design team, has The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches offering an immersive spring-training experience, one that takes fans through training fields and workout facilities before they even set foot in the 6,400 seat ballpark. This is a definite design trend in recent years at spring-training facilities. This exposes fans to players and training fields on your way to their seat, building expectations for game action.
That heightened spring-training experience is the goal at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, set to open in 2017 as spring home of the Houston Astros. To that end, a ballpark is being designed to present the essential Florida experience – or experiences, whether it be memories of old golf resorts or lazy spring-break days spent at the beach. And they’re also focusing on the essential spring-training experience — not just the games.
Astros Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information
Range from $21 - $60
Information about Astros Spring Training tickets at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches is forthcoming.
The 2017 season will mark the Astros first Spring Training at this location.
Seating Capacity: 6,400
Directions to the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches
FROM I-95 NORTH: Exit I-95 onto 45th Street. Proceed west to Haverhill Road, turning left onto Haverhill Road. On game days, all vehicles may park in one of two grass parking areas. Proceed towards the stadium for Disabled Parking or drop-off. The north entrance on Haverhill Road will be right-out only.
FROM I-95 SOUTH: Drivers may exit I-95 from Okeechobee Blvd or 45th Street exits. Using Okeechobee Blvd, proceed west to Haverhill Road. Turn right onto Haverhill Road. Using 45th Street, proceed west to Haverhill Road, turning left onto Haverhill Road. On game days, all vehicles may park in one of two grass parking areas. Proceed towards the stadium for Disabled Parking or drop-off. The north entrance on Haverhill Road will be right-out only.
FROM FLORIDA'S TURNPIKE: Exit Florida’s Turnpike onto Okeechobee Blvd. Proceed east to Haverhill Road turning left onto Haverhill Road. On game days, all vehicles may park in one of two grass parking areas. Proceed towards the stadium for Disabled Parking or drop-off. The North entrance on Haverhill Road will be right-out only.
Traffic and Road Construction Information from the Florida Department of Transportation
Learn about important traffic and roadway conditions by visiting www.FL511.com. This service reports travel times, road construction, lane closures and more on major Florida roadways.
Houston Astros Spring Training History
1964-84 Cocoa Beach (Cocoa Expo Stadium)
1985-2016 Kissimmee (Osceola County Stadium)
2017 - West Palm Beach (Ballpark of the Palm Beaches)
Astros Spring Training Attendance (2006-16)
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Discover the Palm Beaches
(800) 554-7256 or www.palmbeachfl.com
Other Nearby Spring Training Sites
Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Home of the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals - 12 miles to the North
Tradition Field, Port St. Lucie, Home of the New York Mets, 53 miles to the North