Want to cheer on the Indianapolis Colts as they get ready for the 2019 season?
Colts Training Camp is back this summer, and it’s your chance to see your favorite football team on the field. Best of all: It’s free and fun for the whole family!
Here’s our guide for what you can expect when you visit Colts Training Camp this summer.
When It’s Happening
Colts Training Camp will be held July 25 – August 15. A complete schedule is available at Colts.com/camp.
Where to Get Tickets
Colts Training Camp is free and open to the public, but fans are required to claim a free ticket at Colts.com/camp. Tickets are required for all fans, regardless of age.
Where It’s Located
Colts Training Camp is held at Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield (19000 Grand Park Blvd.). During outdoor practices, fans are invited to sit on the bleachers at the edge of the field to get an up-close look at the action. In addition to watching practice, fans are invited to visit Colts City, which includes numerous family-friendly activities, photo opportunities, a beer garden and more!
Where to Park
General fan parking can be found in lots C, E and F. ADA parking will be available in lot G with a complimentary shuttle to Colts City. Parking for all lots during Colts Training Camp is $5. Grand Park will also be offering free parking located in the Shelby Materials parking lot with a complimentary shuttle service to and from camp.
What to Bring
A clear-bag policy is in effect for all areas of Colts Training Camp, so any bag you bring will need to be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC, and no larger than 12x6x12 inches. Clear gallon-sized freezer bags are allowed. Fans are also allowed to carry a small clutch bag, camera, cell phone and binoculars. Coolers and backpacks are not allowed.
What to Eat
Concession stands will be located around the bleachers, with food and beverages available for purchase.
Things to Do with Kids
“There are plenty of options for fans, families and kids of all ages,” says Stephanie Pemberton, vice president of marketing for the Indianapolis Colts. Fans can visit Colts City, an interactive experience that will be open each day of Colts Training Camp. Some of the activities include:
- Play 60 Zone, with football drills for kids and a 40-yard dash
- Colts Pro Shop
- Photo opportunities
- Appearances by Blue and Colts cheerleaders
- Picnic area
Colts Training Camp will also host special themed days, including Kids Day (July 27), Grandparents Day (July 30), Back to School Day (July 31), Fan Appreciation Day (Aug. 4) and Moms and Tots Day (Aug. 12). Visit colts.com/camp to claim your free tickets.
P.S. Parents, there will also be a beer garden in Colts City to enjoy an adult beverage.
Register now for the Colts 5K!
Indy’s Child readers can register for just $35 (includes a game ticket, t-shirt and medal) by using the code INDYCHILD5K19 at checkout through July 24. More details at Colts5K.com.