A historic baseball field, the Jackie Robinson Ballpark opened on June 4th, 1914 as the Daytona City Island Ballpark. Since then, it has been host to many epic baseball games. Some statistics of the ballpark:
- Left Field: 317 feet
- Center Field: 400 feet
- Right Field: 325 feet
- Seating: 4,200 seats, including reserved seats, bleachers and wheel chair accessible sections.
Head over to the Jackie Robinson Ballpark to catch a thrilling game of baseball in action. Named after Jack Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson, the ballpark also has a museum within its premises. If you cannot watch a game in action, atleast check out the museum.
Jackie Robinson Ballpark Travel Tips
- Check out the official website for match timings, schedules and ticket prices.
Entrance Ticket Details For Jackie Robinson Ballpark
- The entry to the museum is free. Please check official website for match timings.
Jackie Robinson Ballpark Hours
- The mentioned timings are for the museum. Please check official website for match timings and schedules.
How to Reach Jackie Robinson Ballpark
- 104 E. Orange Ave. Bus stop
- 117 E. Orange Ave. Bus stop
- 150 E. Orange Ave. Ob Bus stop
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50.12% of people who visit Daytona Beach include Jackie Robinson Ballpark in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
58.82% of people start their Jackie Robinson Ballpark visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Jackie Robinson Ballpark
68% of people prefer walking in order to reach Jackie Robinson Ballpark