Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium, Vancouver

(4.5/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A great ballpark experience at the Nat. Home of the Vancouver Canadians of the Northwest League with games in June, July and August. Great staff, good baseball, with a good selection of food and beer ...  more »
  • There are some obstructed seats, so be sure to ask about that when you buy your tickets. Parking is a premium so you definitely want to arrive early or consider transit. Really, the 4 stars is due to ...  more »
  • Great place to watch some baseball have some above average ballpark food and escape reality for a few hours. Great atmosphere and surrounded by queen Elizabeth park as your backdrop, doesn't get bette...  more »
Google
  • Awesome venue for a ball game. Love the Fireworks Extravaganza nights. They could make an improvement on the water situation. We were seated at the end section on the right field line, and in order to fill up our water bottle (they made us empty it before entering) we had to walk over to 3rd base line (basically left field though, it was well past 3rd.)
  • Great staff...they must come up with far better solution for special needs. It's in humane to sit with no defense from balls or sun. People with walkers can not do stairs. Get a person with challenges to help you out. The Nat is old but needs to be brought up to date. Get rid of the scalpers.....
  • This place houses the only team in vancouver worth watching. Come here on a sunny afternoon and soak up the rays with a cold beer in hand and watch some single A ball. There is kids days and non drinking sections if that's your thing.
  • The improvements to the park are wonderful with the new seating arrangements and BBQ section. However, now that most games are sold out it would be nice if some money was spent on the PA System. We have sat in several different sections and have difficulty in making out what is said over the speakers. Without the screen in center field we would never know what they are talking about. Softball City has a much better system that you can hear what is being announced. Time to update...
  • Not only is this classic baseball diamond home to Vancouver's best kept sports secret, it is also the home of the Winter Farmer's Market. No matter the season, this is a happening spot. The Vancouver Canadians (the single-A minor league baseball team) has spent lots of money and effort in revamping the stadium in recent years, and the team has been consistently recognized as one of the top minor league baseball experiences in North America. Unbeatable place to watch a baseball game, with amazing sunsets, plenty of craft beer and not a bad seat in the house. Go C's!