The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches Update: an array of amenities

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With the opening of The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches approaching next year, Curly W Live will be giving fans updates on the progress of the 160-acre property. Be on the lookout for highlights and special features about the new facility, and other important information fans should know about the Nationals’ new home in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Today’s post previews the array of exciting amenities that will be found at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.

First, the walk-around concourse will allow fans to move throughout the ballpark while always being able to have an eye on the field.

An assortment of concessions and portable stands will offer many tempting food and drink options. At the Left Field Bar, fans 21 and older will be able to enjoy a beverage and view the games on televisions.

The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches will feature a premier seating section just beyond the first base dugout. This section will offer 68 seats with food and drink service, a great place to kick back and enjoy the games!


The new park will also feature six suites and two party decks, located on the third level. Both fans and businesses can rent the suites, filled with Florida-style indoor and outdoor furniture. The suites will include tri-fold doors, which when opened, mimic the feeling of walking out onto your private patio. The Party Decks will offer an all-you-can-eat menu, a personal bar and scenic view of the complex.

We look forward to welcoming fans to our new home for spring training, and hope you will enjoy seeing all of its new features!


Please post some pics to show actual progress on the site. Thanks.

It would be amazing if the concession included some gluten-free options – something definitely missing at Space Coast.

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