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Review of Coors Field

Coors Field
Ranked #7 of 221 things to do in Denver
Certificate of Excellence
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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 September 2, 2013

Great seats, great game, great weather, great facility. Short lines in the men's room and short lines to get a beer!

Thank Sailorguy1124
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Reviewed September 2, 2013

We've been going to Coors Field for 20 years. It's a great park. There's hardly a bad seat in the park. We've sat in many different sections. There are pro's and con's to all of them. We try to avoid the first base side on sunny early evenings. Also, we refuse to go when the Cubs or Red Sox fans are there because they have the worst manners of any fans we've encountered there (rude, obnoxious, drunks). Usually, it's a fun place for the family. We have a son with autism. The Family Restrooms are nice and accessible. We can always get good seats out of the sun and with some space between us and others which makes it a lot easier to take him. The park is very accessible via car and walking. You have to watch so you don't get taken advantage of for parking. We usually park a little bit away and walk for about $10 to $12. There are lots of good restaurants close to the park for either before or after the game. Also, watch what's going on in the city so you don't get caught in traffic on I-25. There are lots of hotels close to the park if you're visiting from out of town. There are many bars in the neighborhood--some with great music if that's what you're looking for. You can get a city bike, or other city transportation fairly easily as well.

Thank Carol H
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Reviewed September 2, 2013

I love the Rock Pile affordable seats. We are a family of 6 and were able to head into a major league game for under $20 - The way it should be! The stadium was beautiful located in a fun part of town and with the background view of the Rocky MTNS we could not have been happier. There was a free batting cage for children under 5 that entertained my 2 year old and because of the money we saved not paying for over priced seats we all enjoyed snow cones and lemonade.

Thank Wendy O
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Reviewed August 31, 2013

Even when the Rockies aren't in playoff contention - which is more often than not - this is a fun place to come because of the right-field SandLot Brewery, the beautiful views of the city and sunsets over the left-field stands and the courteous crowds that never make you feel like you're a traitor if you're wearing the jersey of the opponent.

Thank Ed S
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Reviewed August 30, 2013

The food choices are amazing, the atmosphere is great and the fans are friendly. Tickets are reasonably priced and games are generally a good time for friends, family, or business.

Thank CaboRobNB
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