Packers Training Camp to include modified fan activities
ASHWAUBENON – Packers Training Camp, presented by Bellin Health, kicks off Wednesday, July 28, at 10:10 a.m.
Fans planning on attending training camp over the next month will see several changes to the experience from recent years.
Seating at Ray Nitschke Field will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fans who attend practice in any designated seating areas or standing room areas near the field will have to verbally agree to COVID-19 health screening statements to enter the viewing area.
Signs will be posted with the health statements throughout the area.
This year’s American Family Insurance DreamDrive will include a modified version of the training camp tradition where Packers players ride children’s bikes to and from practice.
Though the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols will prevent players from riding kids’ bikes and interacting with them directly, many players will continue biking to practice on bikes provided by Schwinn.
Fans will be able to line up along the bike path and cheer as the players ride past.
To encourage safe interaction in the tradition from a distance, the Packers and American Family Insurance are also debuting the DreamDrive From Home program, a community charity bike event where fans can register and pledge to complete a specific amount of miles at their favorite locations and their own pace and convenience.
For every mile pledged and ridden, American Family will donate $1 to We All Rise.
Established in 2017, We All Rise is a holistic resource center in Green Bay.
The organization is committed to supporting and uplifting the Black community through education, employment opportunities, secure housing, mental health services and more.
For more information, CLICK HERE.
Visitors at training camp are also reminded the Lambeau Field Atrium is open daily, including the Packers Hall of Fame, Packers Pro Shop and 1919 Kitchen & Tap.
Stadium tours are also being led each day, with available tour times and options listed at packershofandtours.com.
Those attending practice can also enjoy activities at the Fan Walkway, with yard games and outdoor fun offered daily.
Fans should note Lambeau and all of its businesses are now cashless.
Those who do not have credit/debit cards or contactless payment solutions may use a cash-to-card conversion station located in the atrium.
Individuals and families also are invited to enjoy Bellin Blitz, a fun-and health-focused event being held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 31.
Activities will take place in the Lambeau parking lot near the Oneida Nation gate, as well as in the Nitschke Field parking lot.
Attendees can enjoy family fun, collect freebies and score a touchdown for their health.
They can pick up a free water bottle at any of our Bellin booths, collect stickers for their bottles, learn about health issues that matter to them and sign up for a chance to win prizes. The entire training camp schedule is available by CLICKING HERE.