Campbell's Field is a 6,425-seat baseball park in Camden, New Jersey, United States that hosted its first regular season baseball game on May 11, 2001. The ballpark is home to the Rutgers–Camden college baseball team, and until 2015 was home to the Camden Riversharks of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. The naming rights are owned by the Camden-based Campbell Soup Company, which paid $3 million over ten years.The park, located at Delaware and Penn Avenues on the Camden Waterfront, features a commanding view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge connecting Camden with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania across the Delaware River. Views of the Philadelphia skyline are seen from the right-field grandstand and via "Campbell's Field Cam", a stationary weather camera, are broadcast on KYW-TV.HistoryGround was broken for the ballpark on June 15, 1999, with former New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman in attendance. Campbell's Field was funded by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, a loan from the Delaware River Port Authority, a grant from Rutgers University, and private financing obtained by the builder, Quaker Construction. During construction, the stadium was owned by the Cooper's Ferry Development Association. Upon completion, it became the property of Rutgers, which signed a lease with Camden Baseball, LLC to operate the stadium in conjunction with the Atlantic League.Use our Camden itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Campbell's Field and other attractions in Camden.
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It's a fun place too go with the kids and watch baseball! Cheap tickets and family friendly. Definitely eat before you go, it is expensive . more »
Is a great place to watch baseball games with young kids. The ticket prices are great And fireworks after the game where great. I hope they get a new team to play in there i miss the river sharks more »
Was a wonderful place to visit with my family over the years . We all enjoyed the "nostalgic" feel & great family entertainment! We will miss cheering South Jersey's own professional baseball team- Th... more »
I had probably the best seats you can get. I sat right behind home plate. Tons of foul balls came close. You could see each pitches movement from your seat! Great view of the bridge and the city. Probably one of my favorite minor League/ college ball parks. By the way the stadium is now home to the Rutgers baseball team.
C C Sullivan
Can't wait for there to be a new team to call it home.
As a baseball fan here in PA we decided to catch a Camden Riversharks (AL) game while on vacation. We were surprised at how reasonably priced everything was from tickets to getting in the ball park, food to souvenirs. We had great seats and had a wonderful afternoon. Too bad the Camden Riversharks are no longer residing at this beautiful ballfield.
An okay stadium with a wonderful view of Philadelphia. Without a team, it will be sitting empty for a while.
Mz Queneke King
This was the home of the RiverSharks now they are gone.
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