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Fluor Field at the WestEnd, Greenville

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.7/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Home to Minor League Baseball's Greenville Drive, which is associated with the Boston Red Sox, Fluor Field at the WestEnd seats 5,700 people and resembles the famed Fenway Park. Designed as a tribute to Boston's well-known stadium, the field features almost identical dimensions, including a tribute to Boston's gargantuan left-field wall. The field also highlights its own baseball history, including the lives of players with ties to the region. Be sure to check the team's schedule to see if you can catch a game while you're in town. Plan your visit to Fluor Field at the WestEnd and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Greenville vacation builder.
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  • Enjoyed a company event with delicious food catered in house. We sat on sofas under the awning and enjoyed every bit. 
  • Nice minor league baseball field. Parking can be hard to find though. Tickets reasonably priced a good place for family, coworker or friends. 
  • Can't say when it was built, but it's a great little venue. Convenient parking in the area. Good variety of food vendors. Large clean bathrooms. Very kid friendly. Big Green wall like Fenway. Home to ...  read more »
  • One of the best minor league parks excellent seating, with great views. Outstanding food choices, and prices are excellent. Lots of parking nearby, some in walking distance and FREE! Nice safe area, and excellent police presence during a game. The drive always has fun stuff going on between innings. A great family friendly Park.
  • Always a fun time at Fluor Field! Cheap tickets, and inexpensive food. Great for co-workers, family or friends outing. Dollar PBRs on Thursday night home games, but bring cash for these. The ATM has a pretty steep charge and some banks will double charge so bring cash from outside of the park. They will honor unused tickets from other games (past and future) which is awesome. Clean and well-maintained. Not sure why they have a live band playing at the 500 Club during game days, but I guess that might be a draw for some people. I think it's too loud and makes it difficult to follow the game, but that might just be me. $5-$10 parking nearby.
  • Even if you're not a Sox fan, you'll love it. Smaller version of Fenway park, great history. Shoeless Joe's house right across the street. Kid friendly and fireworks too
  • Great place to catch a game! The ballpark has the feel of Fenway. The concessions are great with a good mix of offerings. The employees and fans friendly. Parking is free if you go to the Greenville County Square. It is a short walk to Fluor or they offer a free shuttle to pick you up and take you back. Highly recommended!
  • The Fluor Field is one reason why the West End of Greenville is starting to thrive. Not only do they entertain the locals by the thousands, but they often give back to the community. I am so proud to root for my home team, The Greenville Drive!
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