The newly built Albuquerque Baseball Complex is an immensely impressive facility with all the frills your team wants and needs. Boasting five LED lit fields with portable fencing so they can be converted to softball or little league dimensions, the complex will without a doubt stand out as one of the best facilities that your team plays at. The turf used on every field is of extremely high quality. This 81 acre complex can accommodate even the largest of tournaments. Included in the baseball complex experience is the bustling city of Albuquerque. This diverse city is home to many thrilling attractions and stellar restaurants that your team can take advantage of.

Things to Do

ABQ BioPark Zoo

Situated alongside the iconic Rio Grande River is the astounding ABQ BioPark Zoo. Venture through all kinds of geographical settings and observe a long list of exotic animals that will captivate you with their beauty, ferocity, and playful antics. Stop by the Africa exhibit and go on your very own little safari. You’ll spot swinging chimpanzees, enormous hippos, towering giraffes, cackling hyenas, and more. Some other animals to keep an eye out for include Asian elephants, roadrunners (not the cartoon character), polar bears, and sea lions. There are plenty more animals at the zoo. The ABQ BioPark Aquarium can also be found nearby and is another awesome portion to visit with your team.

Besides watching animals, your team can take part in numerous activities. Get up close and learn all sorts of interesting facts about them in Animal Encounters. Pet alpaca and llama or feed a giraffe. Take a ride on the Endangered Species Carousel or fly through the air on the Zoo Zipline. No matter what you do at ABQ BioPark Zoo, you can count on a really fun time. Any group of 50 or more people will receive a discount on tickets. 903 10th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102; 2601 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104

Hinkle Family Fun Center

“Making memories that matter since 1994”, Hinkle Family Fun Center  is number one in kid friendly amusement near the Albuquerque Baseball Complex. That’s because its assortment of rides and games will captivate a variety of interests. Time travel to the future and experience a futuristic cyber quest atmosphere in Hinkle’s Ultimate Lazer Tag. Run around the 4,500 square foot as you get pumped up from the pulsating lighting effects and bumping music. Keep the adrenaline going and hop in one of the fun center’s speedy go-karts. Their track is a 1/8 mile and is designed to maximize excitement. Drive up hills, drift around curves, and race against your team to find out who’s the best driver. To drive, you must be at least 58 inches tall, weigh 45 or more pounds, and be three or older.

No fun center is complete without an arcade. Strive for the leaderboards and get some high scores in over 74 popular video and redemption games. Then, cash them in for awesome toys and gadgets at the Prize Counter. Hinkle Family Fun Center doesn’t stop at the arcade. The facility also has a virtual reality section where your team can become fully immersed into the game. There are five VR stations that everyone can take turns playing for 10 minutes a piece. Don’t just play the game, be a part of it.  The last activity at Hinkle is a bit less intense, but equally as fun. Putt your way through two 18-hole miniature golf courses. Navigate through bridges, streams, waterfalls, tree houses, and other obstacles as you attempt to score under park for either 18 or 36 holes. 12931 Indian School Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112

New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science

Learn something new and examine all kinds of awesome exhibits at New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. Go back to when life began on Earth in the Emergence gallery. This display takes on the task of attempting to find the answers behind how and why life on Earth began. One of the museum’s most popular exhibits, T. Rex Attack, is home to the second largest T. rex ever discovered. Arranged in an attack posture, Stan the Tyrannosaurus rex towers over museumgoers at 12 feet high and 40 feet long. Don’t pass up the chance to take some pictures of and with this monstrous dinosaur.

Some other topics of note at the museum include the fossil restoration process, the night sky, and New Mexico’s natural history. There’s also a planetarium on site where your team can watch shows about the stars and planets. 1801 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104


Defy the laws of physics at GravityPark. This trampoline park is leaps and bounds ahead of any other of its kind in the area and it’s close by the Albuquerque Baseball Complex. The best way to get acclimated to a high flying jumping session is to start at the Open Jump. Bounce around in the 9,000 square foot area of more than 60 connected trampolines. Not all of these are on the floor either. Unlock more possibilities thanks to the angled wall trampolines and launch decks.

Once you get comfortable ricocheting around, head over to GravityPark’s other activities. Put your strength and athleticism to the ultimate test and try to conquer the Ninja Obstacle Course. Experience a totally new kind of dodgeball in Extreme Dodgeball. This time the balls won’t be the only thing bouncing everywhere. Shoot some shots and dunk some basketballs in AirDunk. Dive into the soft, cushiony foam pit. In all, GravityPark has eight exciting activities for your team to enjoy. 5300 Eagle Rock Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113

Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico

A powerful and extensive attraction devoted to educating visitors on genocide, the key focus being the Holocaust, the Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico displays incredibly informative exhibits that show snippets of the Holocaust and other genocides through photographs, artifacts, and artwork. Study pictures taken by Allied soldiers at Buchenwald while they were liberating the camp from the Nazis. Other authentic photos include survivors of Dachau and other camps and the horrific medical experiments performed on prisoners.

You can also examine the Nazi memorabilia collection at the museum, as well as appreciate the paintings and other artwork commemorating Holocaust survivors in the gallery. One of the most powerful pieces in the museum is the mesh sculpture recreating a typical sleeping area for children at the concentration camps. Witnessing the poor, cramped conditions these children had to endure will make you realize how awful their situation really was. A replica camp gate with the slogan, “arbeit macht frei,” meaning “work sets you free” can be found there as well. Other topics the museum has displays on are the Greek, Armenian, and Native American genocides. 616 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

Century 14 Downtown Albuquerque

Get geared up with an explosive, action packed movie or laugh a ton while you watch a comedy film at Century 14 Downtown Albuquerque. One of the city’s most popular theaters, and for good reason, Century 14’s staff keeps the cinema clean and is always happy to help you in any way they can. You have 14 or so movies, each with multiple show times throughout the day, to choose from. Having options is always a great thing. Get ready for an entertaining afternoon or night at the movies, purchase whatever snacks you desire, unwind in a comfy chair, and get sucked into your movie at Century 14 Downtown Albuquerque. 100 Central Avenue, Albuquerque, NM 87102

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Places to Eat

Mac’s La Sierra Family Restaurant

Mac’s La Sierra Family Restaurant has been serving the good people of Albuquerque since 1952. It’s the place to go when you want a taste of authentic New Mexican cuisine. Their most popular dish is the Huevos Rancheros. Two eggs however you like them, topped with red or green chili, beans, hash browns, and a flour tortilla all piled on a plate will surely satisfy your stomach and taste buds. Some other delicious dishes Mac’s cooks are Mexican Polish sausage, chicken fried steak, and carne avocado and eggs. 6217 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87105

Sharky’s Fish & Shrimp

Specializing in fresh tostadas, Sharky’s Fish & Shrimp is another awesome Mexican restaurant to check out after your team wraps up at Albuquerque Baseball Complex. Dig into one of their shrimp or crab meat tostadas. If you’re feeling a little adventurous, go for the octopus one. Anyone who isn’t in the mood for tostadas has plenty of other options to choose from: tacos, quesadillas, burritos, fried fish, and hamburgers. 5420 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105

Amadeo’s Pizza

A surefire crowd pleaser, Amadeo’s Pizza will get the whole team excited with all of their kid favorite foods. From pizzas of various diameters, to saucy wings, to three to ten inch subs, Amadeo’s Pizza is a great spot to grab a meal. 809 98th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87121

Golden Pride

Try some barbeque New Mexican style courtesy of Golden Pride. Between their award winning burritos and awesome barbeque ribs, you can’t go wrong. Breakfast is served all day as well. It wouldn’t be a New Mexican restaurant without some local dishes. Besides the burritos, Golden Pride cooks up enchiladas and tacos. 5231 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87105

The Albuquerque Baseball Complex is a new and impressive facility that your team will love playing at. Along with the state-of-the-art complex, you can count on your trip to be filled with tons of fun and good food.