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Review of Coors Field

Coors Field
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Owner description: A modern stadium with an old-fashioned feel, this is one of the National League's first new parks built exclusively for baseball since 1962.
Reviewed April 6, 2013

Easy access, right in the LoDo, beautiful ballpark, places to eat and drink after the game just a few steps away, park in nearby garage or shuttle park.

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Reviewed April 4, 2013

Even if the team playing there isn't the best, the amenities are excellent. You can get more than just the average ballpark hotdog. Shrunk down versions of many local favorites are available.

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Reviewed April 4, 2013

get your seats along the third base side during the heat of summer or you risk being roasted alive by the sun.

Thank kyle s
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Reviewed April 1, 2013

I have been to baseball games all over the country, but I still love my hometown ballpark the best. Great scenery, fun fans, and usually great weather too!

Thank LisaBarela
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Reviewed March 30, 2013

Coors Field is a great place to watch a game. Obviously not as historic a park as someplace like Wrigley but being newer offers some pluses too. Since Colorado is a state of transplants, you also won't feel totally out of place cheering for the other guys. For example, they'll be as many Cubs fans in the stands as those rooting for the home team come July. Usually at least one good fan giveaway and a treat if you're able to score tickets on a fireworks night.

Lots of souvenirs and endless food choices, even a few food trucks on the concourse. Several batting cages and pitch games for the kids and a small play area for the little ones. If you have lower level tickets and get there for batting practice, the coaches will usually give a few balls to the kids too.

I do not like to sit in the afternoon sun (and it will be REALLY hot in July and August) so I get tickets on the third base side. If you get tickets on the lower level that are row 25 or higher, you're out of the sun. Rows 30 and higher will put you under the upper deck in case of rain. If you spend that much for tickets, you should at least enjoy the game.

Parking isn't too expensive so park in an official lot and jump on the shuttle that takes you right to the gate. Lots of neighborhood restaurants and bars.

Thank with2boys
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