Colorado Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Colorado are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
A 23,000 square foot indoor baseball training center geared toward advanced players. The facility has 16 cages and its owner and lead instructor, Darron Cox, has major league playing experience.
Colorado Baseball Academy
Indoor facility with rentable hitting lanes that’s also home to t-ball/coach pitch leagues and competitive travel teams. Opened in its current location in 2015.
Blow It Up Hitting
A spacious place (about 18,000 square feet) located below Unser Karting that has cages for hitting and fielding plus pitching lanes. Baseball and softball instructors are available for lessons and batters have the option to hit off of Jugs machines or ProBatter simulators.
Nick’s Pro Fitness
A full-service gym that has an outdoor synthetic turf athletic field and two indoor batting cages, which are both 17′ wide x 18′ high x 75′ long. The field and cages can be rented year-round and are available by appointment.
The Edge Sports Center
A 33,000 square foot indoor facility that caters to turf-based sports like baseball and softball. Opened in 2004, it’s just east of I-25 and has batting cage and field rentals, while instructional camps and leagues are offered for beginning and intermediate-level youth players.
PB Roche Baseball Training Facility
A city-owned 8,000 square foot indoor facility located at the Youth Sports Complex. Opened in 2002, the building contains four token-operated batting cages, two soft toss cages and a two-mound bullpen area, while baseball instructors are available for private lessons.
3280 Redstone Park Circle
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Six outdoor batting cages at Redstone Park, which are automated (token-operated) and open, weather-permitting, for about 8 months out of the year. Baseball and fastpitch/slowpitch softball hitting is available in the cages, which can also be rented by the half-hour and hour.
Bardo’s Diamond Sports
An indoor 26,000 square foot batting cage and training facility that was begun in 2011 by former Dallas Baptist University head baseball coach Mike Bard (hence the name “Bardo’s”).