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“Nice new park. Needs a better scoreboard.”
Review of Salt River Fields

Salt River Fields
Ranked #15 of 165 things to do in Scottsdale
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Reviewed March 26, 2013

Far away from most attractions, the park is nice. Food is expensive, ballpark fare. The scoreboard is crowded, hard to read, with less info than most. If your a Rockies or Dbacks fan this is your place.

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Reviewed March 25, 2013

This is our 3rd year at the fields. What a great place!! There is never a bad view for all. The new food venders are an addition! Just wish the Spring training yerly shirts would be better.

Thank Sharon K
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Reviewed March 25, 2013

We just visited Salt River Fields for the first time last week and had a great time. This is a spectacular spring training facility (and a HUGE step up from Hi Corbett Field). It's enormous by spring training standards but there truly isn't a bad seat in the house. The food however was a big disappointment.
Now I love grazing at a ballpark - the food is one of the key experiences which defines a ballpark in my opinion. The crab cakes at Camden Yards, fried pickles at Joe Riley in Charleston, SC, and garlic fries at AT&T park are as much a signature of those sites as the teams that play there.
This was the only time I've experienced flavorless nachos. Didn't think that was possible. More a taco salad than nachos - no salsa, no peppers, no temperature - the cheese didn't even melt The hot dogs were inoffensive but equally tasteless. The beverage selection was the usual pedestrian selection of rice beers and vinegar vino. The frybread smelled delicious, but I lost my appetite after sampling the ballpark mainstays.
From my experience, Arizona fare is overpriced and under flavored anyway. Salt River Fields is no exception; but it's a great place to see a ballgame.

Thank ChairmanoftheBoard
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Reviewed March 25, 2013

One of the newest spring training facilities for the Arizona Cactus League shared by the Colorado Rockies and the Arizona Diamondbacks. The sight lines are fantastic in this fan-friendly park. The adjacent practice fields offer a glimpse of the new faces for these ball clubs.

Thank B0OGIE
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Reviewed March 25, 2013

Unseasonably hot weather for a spring training game, but it's a great field. Loved the grassy field seating.

Thank COTravelers821
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