Before you go, here is a list of things you should know to make it a great visit.
There is no cost to attend training camp, but fans need to get a free ticket to enter each day. Tickets are available at Colts.com/camp.
The NFL “clear bag” policy is in place in all areas that require a ticket. Visit nfl.com/allclear for details.
Paid public parking is available on-site at Grand Park in lots C, E and F. Free public parking is available at the corner of SR 32 and Springmill Road with free shuttles to and from camp. Fans are encouraged to download the Colts app to receive the most up-to-date parking and weather information.
Training camp will be a fan-focused experience with Colts City, a family-friendly activity area with a Play 60 zone, inflatables, 40-yard dash, Colts in Motion traveling museum, Colts Pro Shop and more.
Mark your calendars for special themed days throughout the duration of training camp, like Camp Kickoff, Kids Day, BBQ Bash Night, Sunrise Yoga, Community Day and more. Plus, the Baltimore Ravens will join the Colts for a joint practice Aug. 17 and 18 in advance of the Aug. 20 preseason game.