About Las Vegas Ballpark
Las Vegas Ballpark
Located just a few miles west of Las Vegas in the neighborhood of Summerlin, Nevada, the Las Vegas Ballpark proudly holds up to 10,000 screaming baseball fans. One of the most thoroughly modern and newest professional baseball parks in the United States, Las Vegas Ballpark, has all the bells and whistles you’d expect in a venue that still has that new-car smell!
The History of Las Vegas Ballpark
Built originally in 2019 after breaking ground just a year before, Las Vegas Ballpark was built in a hurry to replace the aging Cashman Field in Downtown Las Vegas as a professional baseball venue. Teams playing at Cashman field had been complaining about the state of the arena for years, prompting the construction and relocation in a hurry.
What Makes Las Vegas Ballpark Events So Special?
The owners of Las Vegas Ballpark spared no expense to create the premier minor league baseball experience in the country. This venue has some of the best amenities anywhere, including premium seating made from breathable mesh, the biggest video board in the minor leagues, a center field pool, a kids’ zone, and dozens of bars all around a concourse that encircles the entire field. The field itself is set lower than the concourse, making it possible to view the game from every angle. You’ll never miss a single moment of the action!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Las Vegas Ballpark located?
Las Vegas Ballpark is located just west of Las Vegas in the neighborhood of Summerlin, Nevada.
What kind of events does Las Vegas Ballpark host?
The newness of the stadium (and the 2020 coronavirus outbreak) means that there have been very few opportunities for anything besides Aviators games so far!
Which team is playing at Las Vegas Ballpark?
The minor league team, the Las Vegas Aviators, call Las Vegas Ballpark their home. The Aviators are in the Pacific Coast League and are officially affiliated with the Oakland Athletics.
Where can I park for free at Las Vegas Ballpark?
There is abundant parking available for Las Vegas Ballpark events in the venue and surrounding area. Prices vary depending on the lot, but generally speaking, the further you park, the cheaper the parking fee.
What is the seating capacity of Las Vegas Ballpark?
Las Vegas Ballpark sporting events can accommodate up to 10,000 cheering fans.
Who owns Las Vegas Ballpark?
Las Vegas Ballpark is owned by the Howard Hughes Corporation.
How do I get to Las Vegas Ballpark using public transport?
Unfortunately, fans wishing to reach Las Vegas Ballpark events by public transport don’t have many options at their disposal. There are one or two bus routes, you can use, but that’s pretty much it - aside from Uber, of course.