Posted on 02 Apr-2014 in FAQ
Petco Park has three levels of seating, and the second level is known as Toyota Terrace. 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.
If your tickets are in Section 201 to 210, you are in the Toyota Terrace Infield. The odd-numbered sections are on the first base side of the stadium, even-numbered sections are on the 3rd base side. The lower seats in these sections are just 34 feet from the field, some of the closest club-level seats in baseball.
Toyota Terrace Reserved sections 211 to 217 comprise the inner-outfield seats. Toyota Terrace Pavilion are sections 218 to 223 are in the outfield corners (even = left field, odd = right field).
On the Toyota Terrace Level, restaurants and bars of note include Club 19, a tribute to San Diego Padres’ great Tony Gwynn (between sections 213 & 215), Coronado’s Bar with some of the stadium’s most gorgeous views of the San Diego Bay (behind home plate) and Hodad’s.
To get a clearer view of the seats and sections in Toyota Terrace, view the seating chart.