HomeParks & RecreationFacility JETBLUE PARK Page Settings Show Sub Menu Print RSS Feedback Share & Bookmark Email Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Reddit Font Size: Larger Smaller ../images/detail_photos/jetblue-park.jpgJETBLUE PARK Address 11500 Fenway South Drive Fort Myers, FL 33913 Google Map/Directions Contact Information Rick Clay 239-533-7222 RClay@leegov.com Facility Staff Events Events Calendar Hours Stadium only open during game days. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., daily. Information For ticket information 239-226-4700For event information 239-226-4783JetBlue Park Event ListingVisit the Boston Red Sox website or email for more info...JetBlue Park, the spring training ballpark for the Boston Red Sox opened Feb. 25, 2012. A number of the characteristics of the ballpark are taken from Fenway Park, including a "Green Monster" that features seating both on top of and behind the wall, as well as a manual scoreboard. JetBlue Park and the surrounding Complex capture elements that reflect its Southwest Florida location. Environmentally-sustainable features are incorporated throughout the facility and Complex, and the considerable landscaping features vegetation indigenous to the area. The Complex provides state-of-the-art training facilities positioned on a single site and is used year-round. It includes JetBlue Park, the main ballpark with a total capacity of approximately 11,000 fans (including standing room and berm), six practice fields, and other adjoining facilities that house both the Major and Minor League operations and a rehabilitation center. View JetBlue Park. This facility is equipped with the WeatherBug Lightning Alert System. When the system detects lightning within 10 miles of the facility, the air horns sound an uninterrupted 15-second blast and the strobe light will activate. Park patrons who hear the horn and/or see the light need to seek shelter immediately. When the system no longer detects a threat, three 5-second blasts from the horn will sound and the strobe light will stop working. This is the signal that it is safe to return outdoors.No system is fool-proof. Park visitors should always assess weather conditions before going outside and always be prepared to take the appropriate action needed to ensure one's safety. *If the connection is DOWN, please follow the National Weather Service 30/30 rule until it is restored.* History The facility opened in the spring of 2012 at a cost of $78 million which was paid for by tourist tax dollars collected from hotel stays. That will keep the Boston Red Sox in Lee County for the next 30 years.