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This review is really about the beautiful little city park - rather than the Mini Met - in the same area. There is a lovely waterfall/spillway with two ways to access - one is street level, the other is a little downhill path that takes...More
This ball park was host to our state baseball tournament and it is incredible. In strictly baseball terms the infield is superb and there is much character to the playing of the outfield wall. It has authentic dugouts and the seating area is excellent in...More
Love the ballpark, very well maintained and a fantastic atmosphere. Not the run of the mill chain link fences here. Painted wooden fences with character. Great place to watch a ballgame whether you sit in the stand, or pull up a chair or piece of...More
I live in Jordan and walk to the mini met daily. It is a charming scenic ball park with a beautiful park and waterfall just a short walk away. Night games are so nice. The mini-met is a must see and try to make a...More
This small town and beautiful ball park is one of the most scenic in the state and the US. The Jordan Brewers as well as other local teams call this their home field. Positioned along Sand Creek this setting is wonderful. Come out and visit...More
The Jordan Mini Met is an incredibly picturesque ballpark: an immaculate field surrounded with trees, covered wood stands, a nearby creek, and a concession stand selling inexpensive snacks, beer and beverages. The amateur baseball teams are local, traveling between their various town parks, and the...More
Enjoy baseball the way it was meant to be played at the premier town baseball park in Minnesota. From the old time scoreboard to the concession stand to the 7 year old singing Take Me Out To The Ballgame you are guaranteed a true baseball...More
Great little ball park in downtown Jordan. Make a day of it & visit some antique & gift stores, have lunch at Clancy's, play at the park, fish at the lake and then catch an up close & personal baseball game.
This is one of the finest amateur baseball fields in the state. My sons all played at the Mini Met while on the varsity baseball team in Jordan. The Class C State Amateur Baseball Tournament was just held there. A beautiful facility.