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Prince Georges Stadium
Based on 18 traveler reviews
We enjoy AA baseball here at the park
Sep 17, 2013 by: rosadekor from Bowie
The Baltimore Oriole's AA minor league farm team plays its home games here and we have attending a good many since the stadium opened in 1994. We have seen close up quite a few of the stars of the big leagues today. The park has good seating, a wide concourse with food and refreshment stands, a team store, an upper deck restaurant, picnic pavilions for large group events, large clean restrooms, a first aid station, and lots of free parking. There are a lot of nights with attractions, fireworks and even a camp for families out on the field. There is a kids area with a carousel, ball toss and other activities. There are special nights for kids, (superheroes) with kids invited to wear costumes. There are kids races, and other competitions in between innings, a friendly big green mascot, Louie, who along with dragon Rocko are stadium fixtures. No smoking is allowed, there is a family atmosphere and although no food can be brought in, one bottle of unopened water per person is allowed. Even though we have two major baseball teams within an hour of our home, we find we like to go to Prince George's Stadium. On occasion they have concerts there. We have seen Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Percy Sledge, and other groups there. It is a low key, less expensive place to spend a warm evening or afternoon. We wish some of the food choices were better prepared and not quite as pricey, but three level of seat prices aren't exorbitant and can be ordered on line or at the box office. People are friendly and when entering the park they say "enjoy the game" they mean it.
It's One, Two, Three Reasons To Go To The Ole Ballgame!
Sep 03, 2013 by: WE273 from Annapolis, Maryland
Reason 1, What a nice Stadium this is, well kept, professionally run, and family friendly. Reason 2, The price, You can put your whole family in great seats at a AA ballgame,(the talent rivals the majors) for a fraction of the ticket price to Camden Yards. Reason 3, Louie and the Backstops,and The Fireworks.Go, and you'll see...............
A fine minor league stadium, but horrible traffic in the area.
Aug 12, 2013 by: Zaphod from Shepherdstown, West Virginia
A bunch of us attended a Friday evening game in early August. The drive down from Baltimore went smoothly until we hit Crain Highway, where the stadium is located. The last few miles were in stop-and-go traffic, and took a half hour or more. Ugh! We turned off at the first sign for the stadium, which took us to the North Lot, an obscure parking area with virtually no signage - fortunately we followed someone who looked like they knew where they were going. Apparently, the turn for the main lot was just a little bit further, but I was ready to get out of the traffic. From this auxilliary lot, you have to take a path through the woods to get to the stadium, but it is a short walk. On the way out after dark, the path was not lit, but the parking lot was. There is no charge for parking in either lot. Inside, there is a decent selection of food and beverages. I was impressed with their beer choices, although they didn't have great local representation. I had a hot dog, and it was pretty decent - nice "snap" and flavor. I appreciated the fact that the bun was not huge - the dog actually stuck out of either end by a little bit. My wife had a slice of pepperoni pizza (and I had a taste), which was horrible. Cardboard crust and tasteless toppings ... I've had better pizza from the frozen fundraisers! We happened to see a (mostly) great game - it went into extra innings until the visitors broke open in the top of the 11th to win by 7 runs! As it was pretty late by the time the game ended, we didn't stick around for the fireworks, so I can't report on those.
Very Nice Stadium
Jul 30, 2013 by: Sharon K from Bowie, Maryland
I've attended a few games at this stadium and was quite impressed with the facility. It's clean and offers nice concessions, a restaurant, picnic areas and ample parking. It's a nice place to take a family for a fun evening out.
Minor League Play, Family Friendly
Jul 29, 2013 by: Hugh B from
If you are looking for an affordable way to take the family to a ball game, drop by, by the general admission tickets and enjoy baseball with a fun flair. You often get to see major league players doing rehab assignments.
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