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Salt River Fields

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7555 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85258-4013
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cookpias wrote a review Sep 2020
Los Angeles, California1,694 contributions414 helpful votes
We had a great time here for spring training. It is a nice facility and great atmosphere. The food options are okay, the seats and view of the games is wonderful.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tom S wrote a review Mar 2020
Scottsdale, AZ16 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a great venue for Spring Training games at a location shared by the Colorado Rockies and the Arizona Diamondbacks. Wide open, all views are amazing. They really cater to the kids with games going on and allow trips down the aisle to the dugout for them. A great place to get lawn seats, bring a blanket and drink beer. There are a lot of different food options and several places to get national Craft Beer as well as an Arizona Only craft beer booth. Food and beverage cost is off the charts and I would say, ridicules. I think it was $14 for a tall craft beer, maybe more. Hot dogs were over $10. Get there early as there is only one entrance and you end up parking out in a field which is about a five to ten minute walk to the gate. On top of that, traffic backs up heading to the stadium. There is valet for $20 and then a tip, but worth it. There are a lot of places around the park to eat and drink and since the Great Wolf Lodge opened, there is now an indoor water park in the same complex. Arizona is great for Spring Training and this is definitely a top-notch establishment to watch a game.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Karen wrote a review Oct 2019
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NEVER AGAIN!! There were limited signs directing traffic to the festival. Once parked, no signs what so ever, directed people which direction to get to the festival. We just followed the crowd. Walked half mile to the festival, passing HUNDREDS of empty VIP parking at $20 a pop. Waited in a ridicules long line to enter the festival that cost $12 in advance, $15 at the festival, per person. And for what, to wait in long lines to buy tacos. No covered patio seating or any seating to speak of, to sit and eat said tacos. Huge lack of entertainment. With all the local talent Phoenix has to offer, none was there. Cell service was none existent making it difficult to connect with friends at the festival. Then on the long hike back to the car, a golf cart and driver stopped and picked up five young adults and rode them to the festival for free. Why was this not made available for everyone? NEVER AGAIN!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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cjschreiner wrote a review Oct 2019
Chandler, Arizona1,782 contributions154 helpful votes
If you’re a baseball fan and can survive without the glitz, fall league baseball is something you need to see. Games at salt river fields are $9 for general admission and you can sit anywhere you want. Games are sparsely attended so you won’t need to worry about crowds. Plus parking is free during the fall league
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rickconnor wrote a review Aug 2019
Scottsdale, Arizona34 contributions7 helpful votes
Salt River Fields, MLB Spring Training facility shared by the AZ Diamondbacks and CO Rockies is incredible. Plenty of parking, lots of great food/beverage options and an incredible view of the Scottsdale McDowell Mountains...take a selfie (ideally at sunset) from the main concourse behind home plate for great shot with the mountains backdrop.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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