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Hawks Memorial Stadium, Boise

(3.5/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
Memorial Stadium is an outdoor minor league baseball park in the western United States, located in Boise, Idaho. The home of the Boise Hawks of the short season Class A Northwest League, it has a current seating capacity of 3,452 on land owned by Ada County, adjacent to the Western Idaho Fairgrounds on the banks of the Boise River.The stadium opened in 1989, with several significant improvements over time. It was privately built by an investor group led by Bill Pereira and General Manager, Fred Kuenzi. The natural grass playing field at Memorial Stadium sits at an approximate elevation of 2600ft above sea level.Hawks' historyAfter moving from the Tri-Cities after the 1986 season, the renamed Boise Hawks continued as an independent in the Northwest League and played their first two seasons at Bill Wigle Field on the campus of Borah High School. They moved to Memorial Stadium in 1989 and became an affiliate of the California Angels organization in 1990. The Hawks' relationship with the Angels lasted for 11 years before a change to the Chicago Cubs in 2001. The Hawks made another affiliation change to the Colorado Rockies in 2015.
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  • The defects in Boise's Hawks Stadium are well-known (old, decrepit stands; dusty gravel-lot parking; no interlink with Valley Ride bus system or any other form of non-car transportation; and hot as he...  more »
  • This is a baseball field, but this last Summer they decided to try having concerts here and it was a fantastic idea! I went to most of them and it was quite amazing..nothing like a Summer show on a be...  more »
  • Make sure when you book your tickets you find a spot in the shade. If not your going to be sweating. The tickets are not outrageous but the price for food is. And they may want to upgrade the kind of ...  more »
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  • Wish there were more trees, but not a bad place.
  • Single A short season Boise Hawks home field. Great place to watch a baseball game. My son especially loved playing on the small baseball field and bounce houses when he was younger.
  • Spend a few bucks towards the end of season, when the weather is cool and enjoy a game. Lots of fun.
  • One of the best things to bring a family to in Boise. Cheap tickets and food is reasonably priced.
  • Great venue, other than the fact that a bottle of water was $7.