Beer may be purchased at all concessions stands, the Jim Beam Bourbon Bar and at portable locations along the ballpark's main concourse. Liquor drinks may also be purchased at the Jim Beam Bourbon Bar and the Mulligan's Bullpen Bar. The Clover Park suites offer a full range of beer, wine and spirits for suite patrons only. All alcohol sales conclude at the end of the seventh inning or at any time prior to the end of the seventh inning deemed appropriate by the St. Lucie Mets. Alcohol may only be purchased and consumed by adults 21 and older and proper ID is required. The Mets reserve the right to refuse alcohol sales to any guest for any reason.
The only animals allowed in the ballpark are certified service animals. Owners must have appropriate certification in their possession.
An ATM machine is located on the main concourse behind home plate.
The following items are not allowed inside the stadium: full-sized baseball bats, glass bottled, metal cans, alcohol, illegal substances, outside food or beverage, brooms, poles, selfie sticks, video cameras, professional cameras for commercial use, tripods, offensive signage, signage displayed for commercial use, weapons (regardless of permit), pets (except service animals), noise making devices, (air horns, cowbells, instruments), personalized recreational vehicles (skateboards, roller blades, wheeled footwear, bicycles, hover boards, razor boards, segways), drones, folding chairs and stools.
Fans may display signs that are in good taste and that do not pose an inconvenience to other fans. No signs or banners may be hung on/in the field of play or contain advertising without the express written consent of the St. Lucie Mets.
During the offseason the box office (located at the minor league complex due to the stadium renovation project) is open Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The offices are closed Saturday and Sunday. Fans are encouraged to buy single game tickets online at Mets.com.
Cameras are allowed in the ballpark during all regular season games as long as they are not professional cameras and not for commercial use. Video cameras are not allowed.
Cancelled Games/Rain Checks
In the event of a cancelled game, guests in attendance should be given the following information:
- Paid Tickets
- Bring ticket stubs to Box Office and exchange for future game based upon availability or receive a refund for the printed value of the ticket by filling out the Spring Training cancelled game form (click here to download or pick form up at the Box Office.)
- Complimentary Tickets
- No refunds, no exchanges
All bags must be no larger than 16" x 16" x 8". All bags will be inspected. No cans, weapons, glass containers, food, or beverages are allowed into the ballpark at any time. No hard-sided coolers of any size are permitted. Diaper bags are permitted for guests accompanied by their babies.
All guests 3 years or older must have an appropriate ticket for entry. Toddlers under 3-years-old do not need a ticket to enter the ballpark, but they must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.
Clover Park concessions are run by Aramark, which offers a variety of unique concession items and traditional ballpark fare. There are four full-service food and beverage stands with a full menu of food items, including (but not limited to) hot dogs, nachos, pizza, chicken strips, fires, snacks, and beverages. These food stands are located behind home plate, down the first base line, next to the Left Field Party Terrace, and on the hill. Vendor food such as funnel cakes, cotton candy, and Italian ice are located through the concourse.
From Interstate 95, take Exit 121 St. Lucie West. Travel East on St. Lucie West Blvd. Make your first left onto Peacock Blvd. Clover Park will be on your right.
Guests with disabilities are recommended to contact the St. Lucie Mets at (772) 871-2115 prior to attending games to learn more about the services and seating options offered to guests at Clover Park.
Family restroom facilities are located on the first base and third base lines of the concourse.
The Mets First Aid Station is located along the 3rd base concourse. For all injuries and accidents, please report to the First Aid Station, or ask an usher or stadium staff member to call for First Aid. In case of an emergency, please seek assistance prior to calling 911.
Folding Lawn Chairs/Stools
Folding chairs or stools of any kind are not permitted inside the stadium
Fans may keep foul balls. However, fans must not enter the playing field to retrieve balls or interfere with balls in play. Because of the close proximity of the field, all fans are cautioned to stay alert for thrown bats and thrown or batted balls, which may land in seating areas. Major League Baseball, the City of Port St. Lucie, the participating clubs, their agents, players, and other individuals are not liable for injuries resulting from such causes. Please be alert at all times.
Game Times & Gate Openings
Most spring training home games start at 1:10 p.m. Gates open at 11:30 a.m. for all 1:10 p.m. games. The games on March 16 and March 21 begin at 6:10 p.m. with gates opening at 4:30 p.m. Season ticket holders may enter the ballpark 30 minutes prior to regular gate openings.
Discounts are available on tickets purchased for groups of 15 or more for most spring training home games. You can call the St. Lucie Mets for more information about booking group packages at (772) 871-2115, or go to the Groups Page here. Special packages for birthdays, company picnics and youth league sports teams are also available.
Guests are not to access the field at any time or interfere with players, equipment, or balls in play. Any guest entering the field of play without permission will be subject to immediate ejection and criminal prosecution.
Lost & Found
Lost items may be claimed at the Box Office during games or during regular business hours.
Merchandise can be purchased during games from the Mets Fan Shop located behind home plate and the main Mets Fan Shop located next to the ticket office. The Fan Shop is open everyday during Spring Training even when the Mets are on the road.
Outside Food & Beverage
There is no outside food or beverage of any kind permitted. The Mets do not allow glass bottled or thermoses of any size to be brought into the ballpark. Fans bringing in baby food or medically-related food or beverages should contact the Mets prior to attending.
Parking during Spring Training is $10 for cars and $20 for large RV's and buses.
Both men's and women's restroom facilities are located on the first base and third base lines of the concourse. There are also restrooms on the Seacoast Sun Deck of the hill.
Security team members, St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office and City of Port St. Lucie Police are present at all spring training home games. Any emergencies should be reported immediately to an usher, staff member or security personnel. You can review the 2020 Clover Park Security Procedures here.
There is no smoking allowed inside the complex. This includes electronic cigarettes and vape pens.
Umbrella strollers are allowed in the stadium but must be collapsible and fit under a seat. Umbrella strollers may not be left unattended on the concourse areas. Umbrella strollers are the responsibility of their owner and are not the responsibility of the Mets.
Guests may bring small tote umbrellas into the stadium as long as they do not interfere with other fans. Golf umbrellas are not permitted.
Tickets purchased in advance may be picked up at the Will Call window located at the Box Office in front of the stadium. Guests may also leave tickets for other parties at Will Call.
*All policies and operations are subject to change.*