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PK Park, Eugene
(3.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We had lots of fun at the Northwest League Playoff Championship Series Game. The Eugene Emeralds were one game away from winning the championship series, but unfortunately the game we went to they los...  more »
  • This is a nice place to watch minor league baseball. They had lots of in between innings games and stunts for entertainment. The only downside was the lack of concessionaires to our section of the bal...  more »
  • There is nothing quite like spending a summer afternoon at the ballpark in a smaller town. This is a beautiful Single A stadium with good eats and great Oregon beer. These 'Boys of Summer' are talente...  more »
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  • All of the excitement and experience of going to a baseball game, without the major league cost! My kid loses his mind with happiness when he sees his beloved Sluggo coming our way. Great place for a reasonably cheap night out for the family. Definitely less expensive than a night out at the movies, and a lot more fun :)
  • Not a bad seat in the house, and tickets are reasonably priced. Always fun to catch a baseball game! Food is over-priced, but that's part of the experience, right? Actually they often have "Kids eat free" promotional nights, and occasionally toward the end of the game a vendor will walk through the stands selling $1 hot dogs. Can't beat that!
  • Don't be surprised if someone is sitting in your seat. My wife and I had to ask the squatters to please move. They merely moved to the closest available seats and this scenario played out throughout the ball game. I told the usher on the main deck but he laughed and said, "that happens here all he time." I don't know if I'll go back this season.
  • Great ball park! Not a bad seat in the house
  • It's a quite long walk there from the UO, but it's a nice place.