Get excited, it is truly the year of sports here in Indy! After hosting the NBA All-Star weekend in February, the Indianapolis Colts and the city of Westfield are hosting the Training Camp this summer. Here are some things to know before you head to the camp and enjoy all the fun! Be a part of the action this summer and choose from 12 practices with open bleacher seating, a wide-range of family-friendly activities and the chance to get up close and personal with the players. Take a look at the full schedule and activations below!​


Training Camp

Enter The Giveaway: 

Head to our giveaway page and be one of the first 30 people to sign up to receive a limited-edition Colts t-shirt. PLUS, you can sign up to win a pair of tickets to a 2024 Home Game!


Here's The Gameplan:

  • Primetime Practices include $5 tickets for adults and free tickets for kids 17 and under. View the schedule here

  • Admission is free, but a ticket is required to attend all Training Camp practices. 

  • NFL’s “Clear Bag Policy” is in effect in all areas that require a ticket. Check that your bag or purse meets the requirements.

  • No water bottles or outside food is permitted.

  • Pets are not permitted.

  • Visit Colts City, a family-friendly activity zone open each day practice is open to the public. The area includes a Play 60 Field, inflatables, Colts in Motion traveling museum, Colts Pro Shop and more.



Parking is available at Grand Park Sports Campus for $5 per vehicle. Fan parking will be available in Lots E and G. ADA parking will be available in Lot G. View parking map. Fans are encouraged to purchase parking in advance.

Dining & Things To Do

If you are looking for a place to eat or explore after Colts Training Camp, there are many local dining options. Some of our recommendations include:

  • Conner PrarieConner Prarie invites guests to actively experience the connection between Indiana in the distant past and today. 

  • The Monon Trail: The Monon Trail is an 18+ mile multi-use path that starts in Westfield and connects to Carmel and further south to Indianapolis. 

  • Cool Creek Park: This beautiful park has plenty of activities to offer. Guests can gather at the shelters for picnics or play on the playground, softball and soccer fields or basketball courts. 

For even more information about the training camp, visit here