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Ripken Stadium

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Juanma S wrote a review Oct 25
Levittown, Pennsylvania164 contributions21 helpful votes
First time playing a tournament here and only have great things to say. Everything was great from the breakfast to the desk employees service. Loved the facilities and the rooms were good. Extra pillows and blankets were provided with no hustle. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bryan Eckert wrote a review Aug 2020
Sugarloaf Township, Pennsylvania5 contributions
Great complex for travel ball. Our tournament got cancelled this weekend but we stayed to watch the 12U tournament. Great place! Free to park and to get in. Plus you can bring in food and drinks. It was nice not having a place to rip you off. The store their had a variety of Ripken attire for good prices. Can’t beat getting a hat for $20 to $15. Can’t wait to come back to play.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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385cliftonm wrote a review Mar 2020
Havre de Grace, Maryland161 contributions25 helpful votes
The stadium is just fantastic. It is clean, easy to get around in, and is extremely family friendly. The concession food is good and the atmosphere is very upbeat. It is clean and it is well taken care of.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bill B wrote a review Feb 2020
Bel Air, Maryland5,950 contributions83 helpful votes
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It may sound odd to visit a baseball stadium on a cold winter day, but the fact is, it provided a good opportunity to see the architecture and grounds. The design is modern, but the brickwork is also classic, but not monolithic with different shapes on different sections. Even the hotel next door shared the classic brick motif. Behind the hotel were recreational areas with several smaller baseball diamonds, a place for Cal Ripkin Senior's foundation, and a statue of Cal Ripken Junior who founded the Ironbirds team and the stadium on his retirement. The shop selling all kinds of team clothing and memorabilia was brightly lit, but unfortunately no salespeople were seen. Having scoped out the premises, I need to go back for a game when the season starts.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tiffany A wrote a review Aug 2019
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What a great facility! Super clean, employees courteous and helpful, well organized, and all around good time had by all!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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