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. We hope this site can serve as a resource to fans of baseball new and old, local residents, visitors to southern California, and anyone with an interest in Petco Park.
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.
Here’s a collection of all our information on getting to Petco Park for a San Diego Padres game
College basketball is coming to San Diego’s most beautiful baseball diamond, as USD tips off against SDSU in an outdoor NCAA matchup.
Beer and cracker jacks? More like Malbec and short rib & truffle mashed potatoes! It’s the 2015 WineFest Wine Festival, and it’s coming this August to Petco Park.
Here’s the only guide you need for Comic-Con activities at Petco Park for 2015.
Ride your bike to Petco Park and you’ll get more exercise than half the players on the field that day!
Updated for 2015, 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.
The most comprehensive guide available for where to get a drink near Petco Park before or after a San Diego Padres baseball game. Updated for 2015 season.
Once again, sunny San Diego and Petco Park will be home to the classic matchup of the nation’s best high school seniors-to-be. Play ball!
New this year! Cocktails and baseball in the summer in San Diego. It doesn’t take an expert mixologist to put those together and come up with something fun!
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.
Yes, water, juice or milk in plastic bottles 20 ounces or smaller are allowed. The container must be sealed. Glass bottles, cans, thermoses and alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
Every Tuesday through Sunday, you can receive a guided tour of the San Diego Padres magnificent downtown home.
The Rolling Stones returned to Petco Park, ten years later. Here’s an essential guide for anyone attending the concert.