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First Energy Park, Lakewood
(4.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • My family loves this stadium. The Lakewood BlueClaws organization just just things right. The location is super clean, prices low and entertainment and specials added to the ballgame are outstanding. ...  more »
  • A great opportunity to see future Major League ball players up close and great for autograph seekers of the ball players. . All the seats give you good views of the whole field. The ticket price are g...  more »
  • Beautiful night of baseball at a very nice little stadium! No seat is a bad one and we just walked up to ticket Booth & purchased decent seats that night. Lots of fun for a good price, very family fri...  more »
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  • We hold our annual client appreciation night here. The Mike Cassidy and the staff is wonderful and the facilities are great. The menu for the group outings is top notch! We have fallen in love with the stadium and the team! Also if you have young kids you should check out the summer baseball camp they offer!
  • Nice place. First time I was ever at a ballfield, so I'm not sure what kind of judge I'd be. I'd definitely take the family here. Play parks for younger kids, and plenty of little shops and stands for everything from cotton candy to craft beers. Parking is also very spacious and east to navigate. If you're looking for a fun night out for the family this place could easily do the job.
  • I've been coming about once a year to this park to see the Lakewood BlueClaws. This stadium has kept up with the times and undergone improvements over the years. It features nice scoreboard screens with great graphics and similar games and antics as major league stadia. The funnel cakes are worth the calories, and one cake can feed a family of four. Also, be sure to stay for Friday Night fireworks ~ they are really well done, albeit very loud (earplugs recommended). Excellent Job!! The only downside is the "No Outside Food or Drink" rule. This isn't family friendly, and is a bit draconian in my opinion. Even Coors Field (Denver) allows you to bring your peanuts and bottled water. Also, the games I've attended don't feature many hits or runs from either team. That may be just a fluke.
  • This is excellent for friends family dates etc. The tix are cheap and there's not a bad seat in the whole place. A dog is $3 not $10 and a beer is $5 We go here all the time and it's always an enjoyable night. Last week was Caturday and they always have Bark in the Park for the doggers.
  • Love the team after all the years attending. However, I was really disappointed with all of the money making. Prices of everything went up; scoreboard so filled with advertising the stats are hard to read; the 50-50 was bigger than inning stats; the program filled with ads and no info about players such as their numbers or position; used to like reading where the players were from; no roster for the other team. What happened? Are you paying the players more? No, that comes from the Phillies. Who got a raise?