On vacation to Cincinnati, we went to Great American Ball Park for 2 games to watch our Cardinals play the Reds. (Go Cards!) Both were day games. On July 4th, it was quite crowded. We parked just a couple blocks from the stadium ($10) and followed the crowd to the ballpark. We found the $1 concession stand in the outfield and there was quite a line. We waited and enjoyed having hotdogs, popcorn, soda, and ice cream for a reasonable price. Our seats were up in the view level above home plate -- nice view of the field, plus the Ohio River in the background.
The next day, we parked at Newport on the Levee ($3) and walked across the bridge (not the purple people one, but the one just a bit closer to the stadium). The ballpark was much less crowded. The line for the $1 concessions was not long at all. We had time for the kids to check out some of the activities before the game. We had left field bleacher seats, which was still a good view of the field.
We had a great time, enjoyed seeing so many Cardinal fans in the stadium, too. The Reds fans we did talk to were very nice.
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