Houston Astros - Kissimmee
Osceola County Stadium
631 Heritage Park Way
Kissimmee, FL 34744
2013 Astros Spring Training Info
(2 page pdf document)
Attending an Astros Game at Osceola County Stadium
Osceola County Stadium has been the home of the Houston Astros since 1985. At 5,300-seat capacity, Osceola County Stadium is the smallest in the league showing the ballpark prides itself on player accessibility. From mid-February through March, Astrophiles are allowed to watch every workout at no charge. Even on game days, when the gates open at 11 a.m., you can watch both teams take batting practice.
Unlike newer stadiums, neither the home nor the visiting clubhouse is connected to dugouts, so players must walk outside with fans where they will often sign autographs and pose for photographs. The Park itself, with pine trees lining the outfield, is considered one of the most picturesque for fans. It's also family-friendly. In rightfield at the end of the grandstand there's a fenced-off playground so parents have the option to drop off kids who might not want to sit through a game.
For the 2003 season, Osceola County Stadium unveiled a new look thanks to a $18.3 million renovation project that includes, a refurbished stadium, with all chair-back seats and added restrooms, concession stands and a souvenir store. Capacity has been increased slightly, to 5,300.
A new stadium exterior is made of concrete blocks and wrought iron gates reminiscent of Camden Yards and other retro-ballparks. For the players the renovations included, a spacious new major-league clubhouse similar to the one the Astros use at Minute Maid Park, a separate minor-league clubhouse with cubicles and training rooms almost identical to the one the major-leaguers have, additional playing-field space for spring bunting and infield drills and a new office complex for the Astros' staff.
Astros Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information
Season tickets for Florida Spring Training games can be purchased by calling (321) 697-3201. Ticket prices for all 15 games, which includes free parking, range from $225-300. Also available for purchase is the "Getaway Weekend Plan," which includes tickets to all five Saturday and Sunday home games and "Mini Pac" plans. Visit www.astros.com for more information.
Individual game tickets can be purchased online at www.astros.com; at the Osceola County Stadium box office (home games only) or by telephone and in person at Florida Ticketmaster outlets (800) 745-3000. Please note that tickets to premium games are $3.00 higher per ticket.
2012 Ticket Prices
Dugout Box Seats: $24 (Premium Games $27); Field Box: $22 (Premium Games $25); Upper Reserve $20 (Premium Games $23); Outfield Reserve: $15 (Premium Games $18)
The 2013 season will mark the Astros' 30th Spring Training at this location.
The ballpark was built in 1984 and Renovated in 2002.
Parking: $7 per car
Dimensions: 330 feet left and right field lines, 390 feet alleys, 410 feet centerfield.
Seating Capacity: 5,300
Practices held at Osceola County Stadium Complex:631 Heritage Park Way, Kissimmee, Daily at 9 a.m. Minor Leaguers practice at the Complex as well.
Click here for a Osceola County Stadium Seating Diagram
Directions to Osceola County Stadium
From west, Interstate 4 East to Exit 58 (US 192 East), take US 192 East approximately 15 miles to Bill Beck Blvd. Turn left on Bill Beck Blvd., 7/10 mile turn left on Heritage Park Way.
From Florida Turnpike North, get off Exit 242 and turn left (northwest) on US 192, drive one mile to Bill Beck Blvd. (Tourist Information Center on corner) turn right, take Bill Beck Blvd. for 7/10 mile, turn left on Heritage Park Way. Parking for buses is to the left front, near complex.
From Florida Turnpike South, to Exit 244, turn right on US 192, drive one mile to Bill Beck Blvd., turn right, take Bill Beck Blvd. for 7/10 mile, turn left on Heritage Park Way.
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)
1985-2013 Kissimmee (Osceola County Stadium)
Astros Spring Training Attendance (2005-12)
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Kissimmee Convention & Visitors Bureau, (407) 742-8200 or www.visitkissimmee.com
Other Nearby Spring Training Sites
Champion Stadium, ESPN Wide World of Sports Lake Buena Vista, Home of the Atlanta Braves - 17 miles to the West
Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland, Home of the Detroit Tigers, 47 miles to the Southwest
Space Coast Stadium, Viera, Home of the Washington Nationals, 54 miles to the East