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About JetBlue Park

JetBlue Park

JetBlue Park is a baseball stadium that’s located in Fort Myers, Florida. The stadium opened in 2012 and serves as the spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, as well as the team’s minor league affiliate in the Florida Complex League (previously called the Gulf Coast League). The stadium was designed to mimic many of the features of Fenway Park in Boston, including the famous Green Monster and Pesky’s Pole. For baseball games, JetBlue Park has a capacity of over 10,000 fans.

Where are the Best Places to Sit at JetBlue Park

At JetBlue Park, the best seats to be as close to the field as possible are in sections 101-104. Most fans can’t afford to sit this close during major league games, but it’s more realistic during spring training games involving big league players, giving these seats a lot of value. Sections 200-204 also provide a great view of the entire field from behind the plate, although with a little more elevation. Fans might also want to consider seats in sections M1-M9, which are located on top of the JetBlue Park version of the Green Monster.

Tips for Visiting JetBlue Park

Arriving early for a game at JetBlue Park is a must, especially for Red Sox fans. Located close to the home plate entrance is a statue of the legendary Ted Williams, which fans will want to check out. Also, even though the concourse doesn’t go all the way around the stadium, it’s worthwhile to spend some time walking around, checking out all of the things that make it clear that this is the home of the Red Sox and a replica of Fenway Park. Before entering the stadium, there is a tented area called “The Taste of Fenway South,” where fans can mingle and stay out of the hot Florida sun. 

Food to Try at JetBlue Park

While it’s a little on the expensive side, the lobster roll at JetBlue Park is undoubtedly the best food option, especially for New England transplants. The meatball sandwich and Italian sausage are also good options that are a little more affordable. Also, the pizza at JetBlue Park is made in-house and more authentic than the average sports venue, making it one of the most popular food items at the venue and the safest option for fans who want to get something more traditional at the ballpark.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is JetBlue Park located?

JetBlue Park is located in Fort Myers, Florida.

What kind of events does JetBlue Park host?

JetBlue Park events are centered around Baseball.

Which team is playing at JetBlue Park?

The stadium serves as the spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, as well as the team’s minor league affiliate in the Florida Complex League

Where can I park for free at JetBlue Park?

Parking spaces available for JetBlue Park events cost $12 per vehicle and are located in the East and West Lots, with Overflow parking just south of David Ortiz Way. Season Ticket parking is located south of the dirt road between David Ortiz Way and Power Alley, adjacent to Daniels Parkway. All parking is credit card only, so come prepared.

What is the seating capacity of JetBlue Park?

JetBlue Park sporting events can host up to 10,000 cheering fans. 

Who owns JetBlue Park?

JetBlue Park is owned by Lee County.

How do I get to JetBlue Park using public transport?

Fans wishing to reach JetBlue Park events by public transport have bus routes and taxi services at their disposal.

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