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Canal Park, Akron
(4.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
Canal Park is a baseball stadium located in Akron, Ohio, United States, that is the home of the Akron RubberDucks of the Eastern League. The team is a double-A minor-league affiliate of the Cleveland Indians. The stadium was designed by Populous, the same architectural firm that designed Jacobs Field, the Indians' stadium that opened three years earlier. The stadium takes its name from its location adjacent to the Ohio and Erie Canal, which runs behind the left-field wall.FeaturesThe stadium is designed as a single deck with the concourse at the top. All seats for RubberDucks games are sold for one price, regardless of number of rows from the field, except for right-field bleacher seating which is $1 less. Seats extend all the way from one foul pole to the other (farther than most other parks at this level), and most sections contain 20-25 rows, although they taper to as little as five in the corners.A series of 25 luxury boxes, and the press box, covers the concourse and the top few rows of seats from first base around to third base. The walkway down the right-field line is also covered, and contains a restaurant and the RubberDucks' team shop. A picnic berm in left field is available for pre-game rental by groups of 24 or more.During the 2006 Akron Aeros season, the team celebrated its 10th season in Canal Park with several events.
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  • This is one of the best AA ballparks in America. Low admission prices. Reasonable snack cost. There are dozens of activities available outside of the game itself. There is also a full restaurant on si...  more »
  • We try to catch at least a couple games a year. Our family always has fun especially on fireworks night! The baseball is down to earth feel. The food is great with many choices for beer. When in town ...  more »
  • This is a ggreat cheap day or night out. Good seats every where you sit. Not to mention the Rubber Ducks are a great team to watch. 
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  • It's a great place for a baseball game or other downtown event. It's a great asset to our downtown landscape. The towpath trail even passes behind the park and connects to other downtown places.
  • Rubber Ducks games are an experience every Akronite and UA student should have at least once or twice. Tickets aren't expensive, tons and tons of family oriented events, good food, good baseball. Their logo is awesome and their fireworks show is top notch.
  • Great ball park... the best minor league stadium i've been in. Right in the middle of downtown. Beautiful space with great seating, inexpensive tickets and decent food/drink options.
  • One of the best minor league stadiums I've been to. Super easy parking, free on the weekends. Nice small park, not a bad seat anywhere, and really cheap tickets. Food prices aren't too bad, and it's fairly good food
  • A pretty nice place. Concourses are tight during full games. I also wish you could walk a full circle around the park like many other minor leagues'. I'd say it ranks in the middle towards all the parks I have visited.