This was our second year in a row attending games here. As we learned from our experience last year, its best to get there a little early to make sure you get a parking space that's not a long ways away. This was probably exaggerated by the face that both years were firework games.
The stadium itself is quite nice I think. All of the seats offer a great view of the action. We have only attended night games, so I can not comment on how the sun exposure is on the stands. They do have a nice large lawn area in the outfield for GA seating. It is comparable to most minor league stadiums I have been to. The biggest drawback is the lack of an area for the players to sign autographs, other than down the baseline seats.
They have grass fields down the baselines (above the seats) for kids to run around on, but still allow the parents to see the game and the kids. My favorite part would have to be the whiffle ball fields they put in these areas.
The food was average ballpark fare. Hot dogs, nachos, etc... were average. They do have a nice variety of food with the ice cream trucks, shaved ice stand, skyline chili stand, etc...
Overall, I enjoy watching the games and there isn't a bad seat in this place. I would rank it my third favorite spring training facility in Arizona (behind Camelback Ranch and Salt River Fields).
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