There is no better combination in major league baseball than San Diego and Petco Park. The open-air stadium is like a radiant emerald, set right in the heart of the city. The way the Downtown San Diego area has embraced the park and its fans of both the San Diego Padres and visiting teams has been miraculous to witness. With no disrespect to Qualcomm Stadium, the San Diego Padres new home is surrounded by a baseball excitement that is beginning to rival baseball meccas like Chicago and New York.
San Diego and Petco Park: sunny, quirky, historical and modern. This independently operated site has been serving as a resource to fans of baseball new and old, local residents, visitors to southern California, and anyone with an interest in Petco Park, since 2004.
For an extra treat, come early and watch the Padres pre-game warm-ups and batting practice.
We think you’ll find the San Diego Padres are fair and there are plenty of items allowed at Petco Park to help fans enjoy the games in a safe, comfortable way.
Win or lose, fans always leave the game smiling when the night ends with fireworks. This season will feature at least one game with a Fireworks Display. View the schedule.
They’re not booing, they’re barking! San Diego Padres fans, here’s your chance to finally bring your dog to a Padres game at Petco Park!
A winning team is the best incentive to get fans to the ballpark, and hopefully the Padres will do their part. To sweeten the deal, here is the schedule of upcoming promotions and special events at Padres games for 2016.
Where to eat at Petco Park. A guide to the best peanuts, Cracker Jacks and fish tacos at San Diego’s famous ballpark.
Here’s the skinny on San Diego Padres Beerfest at Petco Park. You get to sample beers from twenty breweries before the game!
Convenient and fun, leave your car at one of the Park and Ride lots and hop on a Trolley to the game.
Updating now for 2017, here’s our guide to the craft beers and microbrews in and around Petco Park, featuring facts and tips for beer lovers visiting San Diego Padres games.
These seats offer a great view, plenty of comfortable shade on a hot summer day, and some of the nicest amenities of any seats in the Padres ballpark.
Petco Park continues to update their wireless infrastructure in the stadium, bringing wireless internet access for fans.
San Diego means sunshine. Most teams have already had more rainouts this season than Petco has had in its existence
Nothing beats that feeling of paper tickets hitting your hand. Get box office information and ticket window hours.
This new club pays homage to baseball legend Tony Gwynn who played with the Padres for 20 seasons (1982-2001). His wife also helped collaborate on the food menu.