August 13, 2019
Scottsdale Stadium is a fan-friendly, intimate baseball stadium right on the edge of Old Town Scottsdale. One of the more urban ballparks, the original stadium was designed by the same architects as Baltimore’s Camden Yards (HOK) and has that same feeling of stepping back in time. It just adds another level of enjoyment as you experience America’s favorite pastime while watching the San Francisco Giants play ball in the spring.
The Scottsdale Stadium
While the Scottdale baseball stadium has an old-timey feel, luckily the concessions have kept up with the times. Fan favorites are the garlic fries! The food court (along the outfield lines) includes a wide variety of choices including hot dogs, tacos, Island Noodles, cotton candy, and peanuts. Try the brisket and pulled pork sandwiches. You can find a bountiful selection of beer on tap, with big breweries and microbreweries being equally represented. Grab one of the 22-ounce bombers from Anchor Steam Brewing Co. and you’ll be set.
The Charros Lodge
If you are in the mood for some VIP service, shade & socializing, try the Charros Lodge. The Scottsdale Charros are a nonprofit group made up of local business and civic leaders, and since forming in 1961 the Charros have been hosting Spring Training in Scottsdale. The Spring Training baseball games are the Charros Foundation’s major fundraising event. The Foundation provides grants to Scottsdale-based nonprofits working “in the areas of youth, youth sports, education, Scottsdale western heritage or cultural and community enrichment.” There are three different seating sections, some shaded seating areas, and servers (no waiting in line). Every day the Charros Lodge has a different local restaurant partner, so you’ll have a variety of options.
Ticket costs range from $150 – $160/person and include six complementary beverages (they have 14 beers on tap) as well as food. If you’re willing to dole out the big bucks – all for a good cause – give them a call at 480-990-2977.
The Stadium Details
Check the stadium’s website for updated rules and regulations, including what items are not allowed in the Scottsdale baseball stadium. The stadium is located at 7408 East Osborn Road. Spring Training is a popular pastime here in Scottsdale, so get your tickets early!
The stadium is just a short walk from Old Town Scottsdale, so it’s close to all the restaurants, bars and establishments that make Scottsdale a fun place to be.