The Cleveland Browns Training and Administrative Complex, located on the campus of Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, is open to the public during the Browns training camp, from late July to late August. Admission is free and it's a great way to see the new players up close.
Free parking is available at Baldwin-Wallace University, about a half-mile from the training complex. A free shuttle connects the fan entrance and the lots. Handicap parking is available at the Berea Recreation Center on Front Street. A shuttle also runs from this lot.
Admission and Entrances
Admission to all practice sessions is free, new this year, tickets must be obtained online or via the Browns mobile app before the event. Tickets may be printed from your computer. Gates open one hour prior to each practice session and close one hour after the practice ends.
Facilities at the Cleveland Browns training complex include bleacher seating as well as wheelchair accessible seating. Visitors may also bring folding camp chairs or lawn chairs. The facility features several food concessions and a Browns team shop.
Children 12 and under are selected each day at random to obtain an autograph. Tokens are given to those selected, which may be redeemed at the autograph tents after the session. Tokens are redeemed by the first available player in each tent and players signing schedule is not announced.
The Cleveland Browns Training and Administrative Complex is located at One Lou Groza Blvd. (First Ave.) in Berea, Ohio.