If you fly into Phoenix and plan on staying in the area, you’re going to be among the fans making the longest trek each day to watch your Reds or Indians play. It’s all relative though, unlike the Grapefruit League in Florida, you’ll never have to travel hours between spring training facilities in Arizona. Roughly 26 miles from Sky Harbor Airport and depending on traffic, you’re usually looking at about 30-45 minutes each way, but it’s worth it. Built in 2009, the park is modern, clean, beautiful and among the most fan-friendly you’ll find. And the grounds crew? Simply unbeatable … if you’re into that sort of thing … which we are. Have you caught a game at Goodyear Ballpark? Leave your review here!

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By Bill Jensen  

Goodyear ballpark is worth the trip from Phoenix. As a huge Reds fan, my family and I try to make the trip to AZ spring training at least every other year. I think it's one of the furthest parks from the Phoenix area, but it's usually only about a 45 minute trip out. The park is beautiful and clean and is definitely one of the best I've been to in the Cactus League. Plus, it's home to the Reds (yay!) and Indians (boo!).

, 4.0 4.0 1 1 Goodyear ballpark is worth the trip from Phoenix. As a huge Reds fan, my family and I try to make the trip to AZ spring training at least every other year. I think it's one of the