VERO BEACH SPORTS VILLAGE provides an all-encompassing experience for guests, providing on-site housing, dining and recreation—saving your group valuable time, energy and expense. That means more time for both on-and off-field activities to build that Championship feeling.
89 Hotel-style villas (including 10 suites and 2 pool-side cabanas)
On-Site Dining Facility (full-service or cafeteria style; customized menus available)
The Stadium Club Lounge, featuring two billiard tables and a small dance floor
Barbecue pit and Country-Western style picnic area
Game Room, Laundry Room & full-service Business Center available to guests and their families
Teams can stay on site in our Vero Beach Sports Village Villas in the same rooms that we used for the Dodgers during their Spring Training or at one of our partner hotels.
The Villas offer the best in comfort, value, and convenience. Our 89 on-site villas are located right on the 79-acre Vero Beach Sports Village property. You will stay in the very rooms that Dodger greats stayed in during spring training. Our sports resort offers spacious rooms with two queen beds, as well as double and king suites. Villas offer complimentary wireless high-speed internet and cable television. In addition, guests have access to our professional-style fitness-weight room, lighted competition-sized swimming pool, lighted tennis, basketball, sand volleyball, and shuffleboard courts and the Stadium Club Lounge.
VBSV also offers on-site meals in our dining area. Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be served based on your needs. Our dining area is directly next to the villas on-site.
*Team packages are available.
Please call (772) 257- 8557 for more information.
VERO BEACH, Fla. — Beginning this weekend, Vero Beach Sports Village (VBSV) will host its first two swim teams of the season, University of Akron (OH) and Mount Pearl Marlins (Canada). The teams will stay on-site at the VBSV complex and will travel to the nearby North County Aquatics Center for practices and training in Sebastian (Fla.)
Two colleges from the Northeast came to the warmer climate of
Division I Canisius College Swim and Dive Team from