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JetBlue Park, Fort Myers
(4.3/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
JetBlue Park, spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, provides well-appointed seating for games. You'll find a broad selection of food choices here, as well as the opportunity to watch training and exhibition games in comfort. Opened in 2012, the park incorporates many of the features of Fenway Park--the Boston Red Sox's official home--such as the Green Monster, an 11 m (37 ft) high wall which hides the game from people outside, and the manual scoreboard. Visit the park and participate in the great American pastime of baseball with beer and hot dogs. Use our Fort Myers trip itinerary builder to add JetBlue Park and other attractions to your Fort Myers vacation plans.
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TripAdvisor
  • We've been here for a few Red Sox games and it is a beautiful facility. Love the sunscreen dispensers. 
  • baseball games are so much fun i love the atmosphere and family friendly. go when nice weather or you will get wet lol 
  • Its so great to have this stunning ballpark in our backyard here in SW Florida ,, Its easy to get in and out of during games and is just flat fun to go to. 
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  • Great views. Easy parking. Clean facilities.
  • Overpriced spring training facility. Never open to the public for use. Bad boston attitude. Us taxpapers got screwed on this deal by our county leaders..
  • Great stadium with modern amenities. Lawn seating is great for young kids.
  • Awesome park I enjoyed it very much saw big papi play his last game in spring training I'll be there again next yr
  • Come on Red Sox & Lee County. The park is nice but getting there sucked. It took 1.5 hours to drive less than 20 miles. Then the park has the gall to charge $10 to park. How does Lee County let a park get built and not do an impact assessment? The cop resources it took to manage the traffic was outrageous, inefficient and they did a poor job plus 1000s of cars idled - spewing cO2 for an hour for one mile. You have to build light rail or put some buses on the sprawling roads. The fans care...at least I do.