Compared with other sports arenas in Pima County, the Kino Sports Complex is unmatched for its sheer size and
flexibility as a multiuse facility. The Complex encompasses 155 acres which is divided by the main road (Ajo Way)
creating a north south operation. This natural barrier is a tremendous benefit for the venue because events may run
simultaneously or separately depending on the demand yet are within easy walking distance for everyone who attends.
The anchor of the Kino Sports Complex is the stadium field known as Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. This jewel
delights all who attend with amenities like a seating capacity of 11,000 (8,000 seats and 3,000 grass seating); eight
VIP suites; and six concession stands located around the concourse. The upper concourse has access to a press box
area for reporters along with radio, television, and announcers booths for broadcasting games or events. In addition
to the stadium field, there are 12 full sized practice fields (five with lights); three practice infields; two lighted soccer fields;
two lighted softball fields; one bunting cage; eight indoor batting tunnels; 16 outdoor batting cages; two underground
batting cages; a Major/Minor League Clubhouse; a separate Major League Clubhouse and Minor League Clubhouse;
two quad observation towers; and four parking lots.
Adjacent to the complex are other Pima County facilities (noted on the map) plus the Kino Environmental Restoration
Project (KERP). KERP is a flood control basin of approximately 150 acres that controls storm water and provides a
natural riparian habitat. Besides serving as a natural habitat for wildlife, it acts as a flood control structure and allows
water harvesting that supplements the irrigation needs for turf and landscaping at Kino Sports Complex, the other
Pima County agencies and the vegetation within KERP.