Huntington Park is a family friendly baseball stadium. With seating for just over 10,000 spectators spread across three levels the Park is home to the Columbus Clippers, the Triple A minor league affiliate of the Cleveland Indians. They make a great effort to appeal to younger fans and enjoy a great atmosphere at their games.
Things to Do
- Huntington Park has a great reputation thanks in part to its wonderful architectural design; there isn't a bad seat in the house. Also it tends to be an inexpensive option especially when compared to Major League Baseball venues. If you can try and catch the special dime-a-dog nights for some seriously cheap hot dogs!
Huntington Park Insider Tips
- During the Clippers season any child under 12 who has a Huntington Knot Hole Kids Club Card will be admitted for free to Wednesday home games. This card can be picked up from the Clippers office or from the lobby of any Huntington Bank location in Central Ohio. You can also pay to enter your child into the MVP Kids Club. As part of the kids club they are entitled to a host of benefits and free stuff. Best of all they get to meet the players on different Wednesday night games throughout the year. You can find more details on the club along with the entry form here.
- Parking for around the stadium shouldn't be particularly difficult even for bigger games as long as you turn up a little bit before the start time. The Stadium is surrounded by 14,000 parking spaces in close proximity. Full details on parking can be found on the Park's website here.