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“Great minor league park”

Clipper Magazine Stadium
Ranked #7 of 88 things to do in Lancaster
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Easy to find, tickets readily available, all good seats and easy access to refreshments and restrooms. Reasonable prices. Must be able to walk at least 2/10's of a miles from some areas of the parking lot though if you do not arrive very early or have a handicapped placard.

Thank Marlene P
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

It is an excellent baseball stadium. It is hard to believe it is right in downtown Lancaster. The last time I was there, they won by one point.

Thank Maribeth S
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

We attended a Barnstormers baseball game at the Clipper Stadium. The stadium is well laid out. There is really not a bad seat in the facility...except for maybe when you have to deal with the sun.

First, the good aspects. The stadium is very accessible. You do not need to even go up a ramp to find yourself on the main level. All of the usual seats are below you at that point (skyboxes are up a story for the those with money to burn). The concourse is wide, so the crowds are not an issue.

The food vendors are easily accessible. Though the food costs are higher than they should be, they are not so high as to make you go broke either.

The best seats are along the first base line. These seats end in the shade easlier in the evening, and you will not be looking into the setting sun. The seats are comfotable, and have drinki holders, which is nice.

Parking is available on site, with additional parking lots about two blocks away. We were able to park right at the stadium.

The restrooms were large, and were clean.

The grounds appeared to be well-maintained.

We will be going back.

Thank Patrick M
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

Been to a few minor league parks....some affiliated, some not....even though this is a non affiliated team....everything is done top notch.....good quality ball....friendly people at the park to assist you.....just an enjoyable place to watch a game

Thank baron13
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Reviewed 29 July 2017

Great ballpark for minor league baseball in Lancaster! Great food, cheap and delish! The fireworks on EVERY Friday and Saturday night is a +, and they are fantastic!

Thank kenneths316
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