New York Mets
31 Piazza Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
(772) 871-2115. Tickets available range between $25 and $35.
Attending a New York Mets Game at Clover Park
Port St. Lucie’s Clover Park was built in the late 1980s, before the amenities of the current day stadium were commonplace. Since that time, several renovations have taken place including one in 2003 totaling $8.7 million. Between the 2012 and 2013 season, Mets Stadium underwent a $2.5 million upgrade, which included 502 box seats in right field, 16,000 square feet of open deck, 12,000 square feet of office space, an enlarged video screen on the scoreboard and a new addition connecting the right field seats and berm area to the rest of the stadium.
Getting into the facility has always been among the smoothest in Spring Training, and that should be even better with the renovations as elevators will now also be able to take fans to most seating areas. There is a new picnic area (where the left field bleachers once stood). Like the home-field in the Big Apple, there’s a large Jumbo-Tron screen beyond the outfield fence — one of the largest in the Grapefruit League. And finally, there is an expanded souvenir store, accessible from outside the ballpark and will not require a game ticket.
When you’re ready to grab some grub, you’ll be able to enjoy everything from a lemon Italian ice to a selection of ice cold beverages. Like in the Big Apple, they know to move quickly so lines are usually short. Even better: three more concession stands have been added with the renovation.
A unique feature is the St. Lucie Bat House. Years ago, bats were a huge problem, so the county hired a bat expert to bat-proof the stadium. To give the bats an alternate place to live — since, after all, it would have been cruel to bat-proof the stadium and leave hundreds, if not thousands, of bats homeless — St. Lucie County constructed a bat house 14 feet off the ground with 160 chambers for hanging bats. The county says that between 10,000 and 15,000 bats can live comfortably in the St. Lucie Bat House.
Mets Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information
(772) 871-2115 or www.mlb.com/mets/tickets/spring-training
Pitchers and Catchers First Workout: TBD
First Full Squad Workout: TBD
The 2022 season marks the Mets 35th Spring Training at this location. The stadium was built in 1988 and renovated in 2020.
Parking: $10 per car
Dimensions: 338 feet down left field foul line, 338 feet to right and 410 feet to center.
Seating Capacity: 7,000
Clover Park is also the home of the St. Lucie Mets, the Mets Low A Southeast League affiliate.
Directions to Clover Park
Find in Google Maps
From north and south – Take I-95 to Exit 121 (St. Lucie West Blvd.); go east approximately 1/4 mile and make first left onto NW Peacock Boulevard. The stadium is straight ahead in one mile.
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.
New York Mets Florida Spring Training History
1962-87: St. Petersburg (Al Lang Field)
1988-present: Port St. Lucie (Thomas J. White Stadium/Clover Park)
New York Mets Spring Training Attendance
*The 2020 MLB Spring Training season was halted on March 12, 2020, as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic swept through the United States stopping all sporting events, at the time, and discontinued large gatherings of people.
St. Lucie County Tourist Development Council, (800) 344-8443 or visitstlucie.com/
Other Nearby Spring Training Sites
- Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, Jupiter, Home of the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals
41 miles to the South
- Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, West Palm Beach, Home of the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals
53 miles to the South