Nevada Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Nevada are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
Vegas Valley Batter’s Box
Seven batting cages are contained in this turfed indoor facility, which was established in 2017. Though the cages are of various lengths, all are 16′ tall so the hitter can better see the flight of their ball. Rates to rent the cages are very reasonable and a pitching machine can be used in them at no extra cost. Baseball and softball instructors are available to give lessons in the open-daily facility, which also has mounds that pitchers can use.
Seven lanes of hitting are found in this indoor batting cage facility, which is located near the I-215 & Gibson Road exit. Cages can be rented with or without a pitching machine (baseball or softball and manual-fed or automated are available). An 80-foot pitching and arm care center plus strength and conditioning areas are some of the other offerings of the facility, which opened in 2017.
Powerhouse Batting Cages & Agility
Opened in 2021, this indoor facility has 19,000 square feet of climate-controlled practice space for baseball and softball players. Beneath its high ceiling are 11 turfed batting cages, which can be paired with a rentable pitching machine. Open daily and found in the Rancho Sierra shopping center (close to Planet Fitness), camps and clinics are offered here throughout the year.
Former Phillies pitcher Tom Newell’s place has batting cages, burgers and a bar. He has run this innovative hit, eat & drink concept restaurant since 2002 and it features five public automated batting cages in which various speeds of baseballs or slow pitched softballs can be hit (a token gets you 20 pitches). Additionally, four tunnels can be rented for private hitting and pitching sessions. Otherwise, this place operates as a family-friendly sports bar that even has an old-school arcade.