Travelers visiting AT&T Park can take in amazing views of the San Francisco Bay in this stunning ballyard that opened in 2000. Visitors wait for home run balls to be hit into McCovey Cove, enjoy tasty local fare and beverages and can visit the 50-by-50 foot replica of the park designed for children. “Even if you don’t like baseball, you must take in a game here,” said a TripAdvisor traveler.
Travelers visiting “America’s Finest City” are invited to explore this seaside ballpark, which complements the beauty of the surrounding Pacific Ocean. Since opening its gates in 2004, Petco Park has allowed fans to cheer from one of the site’s trademark dark blue seats or its grass-covered seating area known as “The Park at the Park.” A TripAdvisor traveler noted, “The atmosphere is the best, the fans are super cool and the view is simply spectacular.”
Petco park is also fondly known as ATT Park South during SF Giants Games.