The Packers’ new $4.2 million indoor practice facility, the Don Hutson Center, is dedicated with Hutson in attendance.
The Packers still use the building today, which is across Oneida Street from Lambeau Field. Inside hang 13 banners representing all of the franchise’s world championships, and the facility includes two 65-yard fields, arranged perpendicularly, plus workout equipment and other necessities.
The Hutson Center is nestled in between two outdoor practice fields, Clarke Hinkle Field in the front along Oneida Street and Ray Nitschke Field in the back.The Packers currently use Nitschke Field for training camp. Lights and bleachers were installed at Nitschke earlier this decade, and a portion of that field is heated for outdoor practice sessions in the winter. Weather permitting, the bulk of the team’s regular-season practices, which are closed to the public, take place on Hinkle Field.