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Regional Sports Complex

Conceptual drawing of the entrance of the Ontario California Minor League Baseball Stadium

Project Impact

New Visitors
New Tax Revenues
New Net Spending
New Full-Time Jobs

The City has acquired 200 acres of land for the development of a state-of-the-art regional sports complex to meet the region’s growing demand for sports recreation amenities. With participation rates in baseball, soccer, and softball well above the state and national averages, Ontario’s Regional Sports Complex will be a haven for the community, sports enthusiasts and athletes of all ages and backgrounds. It will be the largest premier sports complex in the Inland Empire and a catalyst for future growth and investment in the City. 

Project Highlights

  • New 6,000 seat Minor League Baseball stadium – March 2026 Completion Date
  • new soccer, baseball, football, and softball fields,
  • new basketball, tennis and pickleball courts,
  • an aquatics center, and a youth sports training facility  
  • New pedestrian oriented commercial development for restaurants, bars and retail 

Retail Opportunities

The City of Ontario is seeking prospective high-quality retailers including casual to upscale sit down restaurants, sports bars and breweries that will serve event goers and residents.

  • Pad 1 – 6,000 SF
  • Pad 2 – 7,000 SF

Regional Sports Entertainment Hub

Ontario is a hub for hospitality & tourism and, sports entertainment.

  • 5,461 - Hotel Rooms in Ontario 
  • Over 1,100 – new hotel rooms coming soon
  • Toyota Arena – 730,000 annual visitors. 
  • Ontario is home to Ontario Reign (American Hockey League), and the Empire Strykers (Major Arena Soccer League) and future Minor League Baseball team
  • Ontario International Airport 6.4 million passengers in 2023
  • Coming Soon to Ontario's Arena Entertainment District
    • New California Sports Hall of Fame
    • New performance arts theatre
  • The Ontario Convention Center Expansion Project will more than double the center's footprint and bring new hotels and commercial development to the city.