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“Wonderful ballpark!”

Charlotte Stone Crabs
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Owner description: We are the single-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays and the only minor league baseball team in Charlotte County. Although we are a baseball team, there is something for everyone with the Stone Crabs including nightly on-field entertainment.
Reviewed October 14, 2012

What a great ballpark! It's a very well kept up place with TONS of options regarding food, drinks. The lawn is a neat alternative to typical stadium seating, especially if you have children that want to run around. Plenty of parking within easy walking distance of the park.

Thank molly0409
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Reviewed October 12, 2012

Sorry when I go to a ball game to support the local affilliates fresh peanuts would be nice not stale stuff I paid WHAT FOR!, and have to toss. the dogs and buns are not ball park grade, seems like left overs...

3  Thank Dawn P
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Reviewed September 28, 2012

Since it is the minors, prices are much more reasonable, and the food average salty ballpark food, but overall enjoyable night. It was the last game of the season and they lost, but we were with friends, and a good time was had by all in attendance.

Thank yourswflnotary
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Reviewed September 10, 2012

Seats are reasonable. The most expensive was $11.

When the stadium is not exactly full, and they let you meander throughout taking what
ever seat you wish. Which is great finding a nice evening breeze.

We bought my son into the Kids' Club which entitled him to one or two free Sunday games during
the regular season, however, we found ourselves going more and more.

The game play for this AAA team, wasn't too bad.

There is a boardwalk surrounding the whole field, which makes an enjoyable walk.
There is a Tiki Bar in the left outfield, which makes a nice time of when I can head out without
the youngin'.

The food is rather good, standard park fare, with a splattering of Chick Fil-a on the menu.

Prices are completely reasonable.

They even have a berm to just go and throw a blanket down and chill.

Go once, go on a whim, it seems to always be fun!

Thank atomicfrog
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Reviewed August 3, 2012

Nice ball park for baseball. No bad seats and lots of room on grass if you want to buy cheap tix. Stone Crabs might sell seats if they have fireworks but usually easy in, sit wherever you want and easy out. Spring training Rays games are packed when Yanks or RedSux come in. Food is good but this year I was looking for the excellent Grouper sandwiches they have offered in the past but now they sell Swai which is a cheap fish that sells in NJ for 3 bucks a pound. It tasted exactly like the Grouper and was sold for the same price so one needs to wonder what was really being sold before. I got the feeling they got caught but whatever, it was still ok. Beer, water and soda prices are way too high but that's everywhere now. Bring your own water and save 4 bucks a pop and you'll feel better. Prices should be lower for a minor league park but we probably thank Cal 'Needs His Payday' Ripkin for that. We have seen many minor league games here in the summer but is best to see the spring training Rays when the Yankees come into to town to give Rays their butt whoopin'. They actually get a better crowd here then in Tampa which is hilarious because the Rays don't spend money on players and when you go to the Trop half of the seats are covered with tarps so they can say they have more sellouts which obviously isn't true. Easy access to the players in the bullpens for autographs but only because they can't hide from you, unlike the fielders who ignore you when they walk by on the field.

2  Thank NeverLateForDinner
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