- we were in section 108, row D which was amazingly close to the action but was the first section that did not have a screen to block foul balls which can be stressful. I'd recommend either moving closer towards the center/homeplate line, or moving back if only side seats are left. But all the seats in the house are great.
- This side of the stadium (even sections) is closest to the visitor dugout, while much of the entertainment was centered around the home dugout, which is along the first base line (odd sections).
- The ballpark has great food including a flying dog brewery tent, and it's all much more affordable than the big leagues. There is a kids play area with a $1 carousel, gigantic blow up slide, bouncy house and some games. We got the $10, 12 ticket packet and both 3 and 6 yo had a blast.
- Next to the kid play area is the kid food stand that has a happy meal-like deal including a toy.
- We also signed up for the kids club online and got a free bag, which was nice considering it was for free.
We also had the good fortune of catching the absolutely amazing "cowboy monkey rodeo" by "wild thang and the ghostriders" who traveled all the way from Mississippi. This is worth watching:
On the way home we stopped at the new Voltaggio restaurant "Family Meal" which we sold to the kids as fried chicken and milkshakes.
Also notable, though we got there at closing time is the Roads and Rails Model Train Museum: www.roadsandrailsmuseum.com