Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community partnered with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies to build Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, the first Major League Baseball spring training facility to be built on Indian land in the nation.

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick includes an 11,000-seat capacity ballpark, a total of 12 practice fields and office buildings that include Major and Minor League clubhouses, training facilities, and offices for each team. The site is near Indian Bend Road and the 101 Freeway.

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is on 140 acres of scenic landscape that has unmatched views of Camelback Mountain, the McDowell Mountains, Four Peaks, Red Mountain, and the Superstition Mountains.

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick offers the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies a unique opportunity to work collaboratively with a Native American community and to create a stadium and sports complex that showcase cultural diversity and the rich history, culture and artistic values of the Pima and Maricopa Indian tribes.

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
7555 North Pima Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85258
480-270-5000

Directions

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, 7555 N. Pima Road, is uniquely positioned on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in one of the most desirable geographic regions of the entire metropolitan Phoenix area.

Situated on a 140-acre site, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick will feature vast panoramic views of some of central Arizona's most iconic mountain ranges and wil also be located near the award winning Talking Stick Golf Club, the Pavilions retail center, Talking Stick Resort and Casino Arizona at Talking Stick.

Driving Directions

From Sky Harbor International Airport
Take the Loop 202 East (Red Mountain Freeway) to merge onto the Loop 101 North (Pima Freeway) and drive for 5.8 miles. Take Exit 43 at Via De Ventura and turn left. Two entrances to Salt River Fields will be available off Via de Ventura by turning left (heading south) on 90th Street or by turning left (heading south) on Pima Road.

From the Northeast Valley
Take the Loop101 South (Pima Freeway) toward Scottsdale. Take Exit 43 at Via de Ventura and turn right. Two entrances to Salt River Fields will be available off of Via de Ventura by turning left (heading south) on 90th Street or by turning left (heading south) on Pima Road.

From the Southwest Valley
Take the I-10 East toward Phoenix. Merge onto the Loop 202 East (Red Mountain Freeway). After approximately nine miles, merge onto the Loop 101 North (Pima Freeway). Take Exit 43 at Via de Ventura and turn left. Two entrances to Salt River Fields will be available off Via de Ventura by turning left (heading south) on 90th Street or by turning left (heading south) on Pima Road.

From the East Valley
Take the US-60 West toward Phoenix. Merge onto the Loop 101 North (Pima Freeway) toward Scottsdale. Take Exit 43 at Via de Ventura and turn left. Two entrances to Salt River Fields will be available off Via de Ventura by turning left (heading south) on 90th Street or by turning left (heading south) on Pima Road.

From North Phoenix and Northern Arizona
Take the I-17 South toward Phoenix. Merge onto the Loop 101 North (Agua Fria Freeway). Take Exit 43 at Via De Ventura and turn right. Two entrances to Salt River Fields will be available off Via de Ventura by turning left (heading south) on 90th Street or by turning left (heading south) on Pima Road.

Access/Transportation
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is served by major freeways, Interstate 10, Interstate 17, and the Red Mountain Freeway Loop 202 and the Pima Freeway-Loop 101, both of which border the Salt River Indian Community.

The Loop 101 provides nine interchanges along a nine-mile stretch on the Salt River Indian Community's western boundary while the Red-Mountain Freeway-Loop 202 follows the southern boundary. Highway 87-Beeline crosses the Community from south to east.

The Salt River Indian Community is also well positioned for air service. It is within 15 minutes of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and less than 10 minutes from Scottsdale Airpark with its executive terminal and air service. Over 20 domestic and international airlines contribute to the nearly 1,500 daily flights that carry 150,000 passengers to and from the airport's three terminals.

Mountain Views
Camelback Mountain, to the west, is well known as an image of the Valley of the Sun. To the north rise the McDowell Mountains with miles of hiking and biking trails available for the adventurous. To the east is the majestic Red Mountain, a symbol for the Salt River Community. Beyond Red Mountain rise the sacred Four Peaks and the Superstition Mountains which legend says hold the secret of the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine.

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