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What is the Park at the Park?

Posted by Padre Pete in

Like the Western Metal Building, the Park at the Park is one of the creative quirks that makes visiting Petco Park in San Diego a unique experience.

Located outside the outfield wall, the park is approximately 2.7 acre Park at the Park. It contains a little league infield, trees, and lots of area to sprawl out to picnic and play. On game days, the Park at the Park opens up 2 1/2 hours before the first pitch. Admission is still only $5 ranges from $10 to $19 (for games like Opening Day and the Padres vs Yankees series, a great bargain for families!

When games are not going on, the Park at the Park is free and open to the public and enjoyed as a local neighborhood park in downtown San Diego.

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