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“very nice stadium”

CenturyLink Sports Complex - Hammond Stadium
Ranked #4 of 123 things to do in Fort Myers
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: The Fort Myers Miracle are the Class A Advanced minor league baseball affiliate of the Minnesota Twins Major League Baseball club. Since moving to Fort Myers in 1992, the Miracle have qualified for the Florida State League Playoffs eight times and won the Florida State League Championship in 2014. Home games are played at Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. The Fort Myers Miracle season begins in April and ends in September.
Reviewed April 12, 2012

Seats were awesome as well as food. Great place to take the family.

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Reviewed April 5, 2012

A friend came to visit and was disappointed that the new Jet Blue Park didn't have nachos; however, she loves the sausage with onions and green peppers. She was counting on nachos, too, which the new park didn't have. Then, a few days later we saw a Twins game and she was thrilled to find nachos at the Twins spring training game. I don't remember what else we had (maybe bratwurst?), but no matter, it was quite good. It was an exceedingly hot day, so I went thru 4 bottles of water. I wasn't happy paying $3.75 a bottle, but needed the water to keep hydrated.

Thank Park2214
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Reviewed April 4, 2012

Not a bad seat for viewing the game, however, we were behind home plate, up high in metal bleachers which were rather uncomfortable.

Thank Angela W
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Reviewed April 2, 2012

Nice stadium. Very friendly staff. They even shuttled us from parking to the stadium.

Thank Hannah P
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Reviewed April 1, 2012

Nice facility that has been kept up pretty well. As with most spring training stadiums, there isn't' a bad seat in the house. People are happy and willing to chat, smiles are everywhere and a brat and a beer fit your hands perfectly. Who wins doesn't matter - it's baseball and Hammond Stadium provides a nice setting for a wonderful day. $10 parking is handled by local seniors for some extra income and you can always find a few of them that are willing to share a few wisecracks as you walk in or return to your car. Don't park on the side streets - it'll cost you a spendy ticket. Just pay the $10 and smile.

Twins souvenir shop is located at the top of the stair in the middle of the stadium. For the quickest brat and beer, turn right at the top of the stairs and watch for them grilling brats by the railing on your right. Buy the brat ($5.50?) and then slide right 3 feet and buy your beer ($6.50).

Thank northernRaven
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