Aces Ballpark, Reno
About Aces Ballpark, Reno
Aces Ballpark, Reno - Address, Phone Number
Address: 250 Evans Ave, Reno, NV 89501, United States
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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The Reno Aces Ballpark is known for being the most popular venue for Triple-A Baseball, with tickets sold out more than any other host city. So if you are lucky enough to visit Reno when a game is due, you should definitely go for it. But, that is not just it. The ballpark is open to visitors even on days when there is no game going on. You can take a look at what goes on behind-the-scenes during the games. The Indoor Batting Cages, the Field Warning Track, the Dugouts, the Luxury Suite, the Press Box and the Visitors Clubhouse are all open for you to learn more about.
Aces Ballpark Ticket Prices
- For ticket prices for the games, kindly refer to official website.
Aces Ballpark Opening and Closing Hours
- For game timings, kindly refer to official website.
- Public tours are available every Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 AM and 02:00 PM, rain or shine, except when day games are scheduled at Aces Ballpark.
- Tour duration is of 1 hour.
How To reach Aces Ballpark by Public Transport
- Reno Amtrak
- Kuenzli/High Bus Station
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The playing field of the Reno Oasis baseball team plus our new soccer team is a comfortable place to watch a game. For a few extra green backs you can get a totally Chris and seat. There are many good places to get tasty food and drinks. There's even ice cream and funnel cake. There are many promotion nights and specials that go on during the game. There's a playground for the kids and the best seats for the kids are also the least expensive. Just bring a blanket or lawn chair and steak out your baseball fan territory.
Best AAA baseball. It's not baseball, it's Ace ball! Fireworks after most Friday games. Also Reno 1868 minor league soccer. Their first year but have done very well competitively. Excellent fans.
Great game and great stadium. It is a few years old but it has been maintained well and still feels upscale. There are several food choices (it will cost a bit) but you expect that at a baseball game. I wish they let us bring food in or let us go to the car for blankets or other necessities. Parking could be improved. $11 to park on top of the other expenses was a surprise.
Best baseball in town! ;) But seriously, it's fun to go see a game, and have that experience from time to time. Typical good solid stadium food. Though the garlic fries need some work, I'd avoid those.
Another great night at Aces Ballpark / Greater Nevada Field. Only 6,600 in attendance for a great game and Fireworks Night. Great seats for $20 each. Aces won! See you next year!
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