The Kino Sports Complex was built in 1998 to meet the demand for an elite class spring training baseball facility.
The 155-acre property features the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, seven additional regulation baseball feilds, six clubhouses, four lighted and four unlighted soccer fields, and the YMCA and community swimming pool and park.
The Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium holds permanent seating for 8000 with an additional 3,000-seat lawn area. The Kino North Stadium is a MLS-regulation facility which permanently seats 2,500 with additional space for up to 8,000 capacity. There are over 3,000 parking spaces for general parking, as well as additional secured parking areas.
The Kino Sports Complex also contains a 3.3 mile walking/exercise path surrounding an environmental restoration project known as the KERP, which is designed for flood control, irrigation, and urban environmental studies.