The Miracle League of Arizona is unique in that it is more than just a field. The Miracle League of Arizona is incredibly unique in that the entire facility was built and created with individuals with special needs and their families in mind. It has a specially designed rubberized turf with painted-on bases so that there is easy maneuverability for those in wheelchairs, walkers, or even someone with an uneven gait. Beyond that, it also features accessible bathrooms, caregiver rooms with showers, spacious and flat dug-out areas, a scoreboard and sound system, and a concession area so that individuals can stay and enjoy a full day of Miracle League baseball.
In February 2013, through a grant from the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority, MLAZ opened a $280,000 adaptive playground designed for children with special needs. As an addition, a picnic area and a few barbeques were added to accommodate families wishing to stay and enjoy the day before or after their games.