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Edward A. LeLacheur Park, Lowell

(4.7/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Edward A. LeLacheur Park is located in Lowell. By using our Lowell itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Edward A. LeLacheur Park and other attractions in Lowell.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It's where family's, friend's and couple's go for a good time. At LeLacheur Park, you could possibly see a future Red Sox player, begin his trek to The Baseball Hall of Fame! The Park is relatively ne...  more »
  • It seems to draw fewer peopl these days than it has in the past, but the atmosphere is great, and the level of baseball is a lot of gun to watch!  more »
  • Easy to get to from major highways. Plenty of parking. Not a bad seat in the house.Entertainment between innings is great for kids. Fun to see players as they are starting out. We go every summer.  more »
Google
  • "Take me out to the ball game!" If you're looking for a "Ball Game" experience, especially with youngsters, this is a much less expensive, and crowded experience. It's a real ballpark, with lights, a fancy scoreboard, and an announcer giving the "play by play". The home team is "Lowell Spinners", and while not yet Red Sox, it could happen. The progress of the game is disrupted often, by kid centered activities, like a race between people who are first made dizzy. There is a permanent mini-amusement park, and all the usual ball park fair, fried dough, hot dogs, cracker jacks, and BEER.
  • This is a great, inexpensive option for you and your family to enjoy a baseball game. The park is kid-friendly and the food and parking are relatively inexpensive. You may even catch a Red Sox star rehabbing!
  • Princess night was awesome! Good beer, nice people, kid-friendly baseball. What's not to love?
  • Great fun to be had by all whether you like baseball or not! Love taking the kids here for inexpensive fun.
  • Great place, easy parking, decent ballpark food. Fun time!