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“Great Spring Training Stadium”
Review of Salt River Fields

Salt River Fields
Ranked #14 of 165 things to do in Scottsdale
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

Spring training game Rockies vs. Indians for $25 per ticket plus $5 parking fee. Beautiful, comfortable stadium and a major league game for a great price! The food offerings were better than most games that I've been to - they even sold chocolate drizzled strawberries on a stick - along with all the necessary ball game foods too. A great way to enjoy the gorgeous Arizona evenings in March.

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Reviewed April 5, 2013

This is shared by the Rockies and Diamondbacks.
We saw the Padres vs Rockies on a Saturday night in late March the last weekend of spring training. The stadium is only 2 years old and just beautiful. The parking was easy, although they did charge $5, and it was easy to access being just a few blocks off of the 101 loop freeway. Definately quicker to get to then some of the other stadiums for spring training. It didn't feel crowded even though the game was sold out. The seat prices are reasonable, especially considering this is such a new stadium.

If you are in Phoenix in March, treat yourself to a baseball game the way they should be seen.

Thank trvladdictsd
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Reviewed March 29, 2013

We attended a Spring Training game between the Diamondbacks and the Giants. What an awesome facility! Walk aloof around the ballpark and appreciate the views. Great food! We found a small green tent in center fields hat was "Tweedy's". Delicious Indian Fry Bread was served freshly aide and hot! Continuing around we sampled "garlic knots" that have to be the best deal going at $5. Seats are wide and have cup holders! Parking was $10 (high by spring training standards, Camelback Ranch is free!) this is a world class ballpark!

Thank alohasteveN.Cali
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Reviewed March 27, 2013

Clean, well-designed ballpark. Food & Drink prices not out of line for a spring training site. numerous concrete seats for lawn ticket fans to sit and enjoy food from the concourse stands. parking was a negative > poorly planned and cheap operators charging $10 up charge for close up parking, otherwise, long walk from way-back lots w/ erratic, unpredictable tram service.

Thank Jack F
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Reviewed March 26, 2013

Very nice ball park. The seating was comfortable, great variety of food and concessions. We could see everywhere.

Thank Charlotte A
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