Another Rays’ division rival from the north, the Toronto Blue Jays – Major League Baseball’s only Canada-based franchise – bring added excitement to Dunedin, Florida come springtime at TD Ballpark!
With stars from World Series champion George Springer to Vlad Guerrero Jr. to former Ray highlight-reel outfielder Kevin Kiermaier, the Jays are sure to set the Spring Training stage on fire, and possibly the AL East this year!
Keep reading for things to do in and around TD Ballpark.
The Jays will take on the Phillies from down the street in Clearwater three times this Spring!
Mar 8 vs Twins
Mar 9 vs Braves
Mar 11 vs Orioles
Mar 13 vs Red Sox
Mar 15 Pirates
Mar 17 Phillies
Mar 18 Yankees
Mar 22 Orioles
Mar 24 Phillies
Mar 25 Tigers
Mar 27 Phillies
Built in 1990 and originally named Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field, TD Ballpark is one of the older facilities on the Florida Grapefruit League circuit. However, the Blue Jays’ spring home is also known for its charm, having been named one the best places to see preseason action by Sports Illustrated magazine, and a 2019 renovation gave it all the bells and whistles of a top ballpark.
The renovated TD Ballpark features a huge “party deck” along the third-base line. It includes a new indoor, air-conditioned “Eddie’s” lounge area serving cold drinks with protection from the Florida heat.
Another new feature is the “boardwalk” that wraps around the entire outfield. Fans can stroll along the seaside-style concourse, which connects the entire stadium, providing 360-degree sightlines. In addition, the right-centerfield tiki bar along the board features drink rails where Jays fans can stop and catch the action—and maybe a home run ball.
📍373 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, FL 34698
Parking lots are located within easy walking distance and cost about $10 per game per vehicle.
Looking for something to do before or after a Blue Jays Spring Training game? There’s a lot to do in and around the Dunedin area and, of course, a day at the beach is always an option.
In addition to restaurants and bars, Dunedin’s quaint but vibrant downtown offers several art galleries with creations to appeal to novice and experienced collectors alike. Best of all, the city’s downtown is within walking distance of TD Ballpark, making it convenient for Jays fans.
Dunedin has developed a reputation as one of Florida’s most dog-friendly cities. So much so, it has earned the nickname “Dogedin.” Bad puns aside, there are tons of dog-friendly restaurants, bars, and attractions where you can enjoy all the city has to offer with man’s best friend.
For everyone else, Dunedin is home to Honeymoon Island, a beautiful state park that’s surrounded by the clear emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico featuring miles of white, sandy beaches. There are also miles of nature trails to explore for the more active.
Nearby Caladesi Island is also a time capsule that takes visitors back to the days before condos and hotels crowded Florida’s beaches. Like Honeymoon, Caladesi is all-natural and unspoiled by any development, making it a perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life!
We’ve got tons of guides and unique ways you can experience Dunedin. Check out our Dunedin neighborhood page and discover why we love to explore this dog-friendly town.
And for more things to do during the Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training season in Dunedin or anywhere in Florida, download the UNATION app!