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Camelback Ranch
An impressive place, lacking only in cup holders and shade, the entire complex was designed to mimic what was special with Dodgertown in Vero Beach, but on a larger scale and with a decidedly southwestern appeal. As thus, Camelback Ranch has more than its fair share of flair. A two acre lake, walking trails and even an orange grove are outside the stadium, while Gabion walls (stones encased in wire mesh) and caramel colored seats await inside. It's promoted as a park rather than a facility, a campus instead of a complex and those descriptions are apt. But bring your sunscreen as the only fans who stay out of the sun's glare have to pony up to sit in the suites. Everyone else is left to wonder why the ballpark was built facing the southeast - and the sun. www.springtrainingconnection.com

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