Where to sit at Harry Grove Stadium

The BallParkGuide.com Where to sit at Harry Grove Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
Highlights
  • Tickets are cheaper when bought in advance
  • Park is divided into three sections
Seating at Harry Grove Stadium is divided into three sections -- Field Level, Reserved Seating and General Admission.

Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium is divided into three seating zones and ticket prices vary by a couple bucks depending on how early you buy them. The lower bowl of the stadium, called the Field Level Seating section, is comprised of eight rows of box seats. These seats offer a close-up view of the game and are available for $12 in advance or $14 on gameday. Sections 101 to 106 are behind the protective netting behind home plate, which is ideal if you have children. The big perk to this section is its limited size; regardless of where you sit, you’re never more than eight rows away from field level.

To save a bit of money, consider the Reserved Seating section, which is made up of box seats and numbers 12 rows. There are eight Reserved Seating sections in the park, located behind the Field Level Seating section and running from the home plate side of the first base dugout to the home plate side of the third base dugout. These tickets cost $10 in advance or $12 on gameday, unless you’re a senior citizen, youth under 12 or active member of the military. In these cases, the tickets are $7 and $9.

The cheapest ticket in Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium belongs to the General Admission section. There are six GA sections in the park – three of each side – and they make up the rest of the 200 level. These seats are bleachers and cost $9 in advance or $11 on gameday. Senior, youth and military prices for this section are $6 and $8.

Choosing the right seat for your visit to the ballpark depends on your preferences. The Field Level Seating section is great if you enjoy being up close and seeing all the intricacies of the game, while the Reserved Seating section is ideal if you want the comfort of a box seat without paying a front-row price. There’s really not a bad seat in the house, but remember to buy your tickets in advance, especially if visiting with your family. The money you save will pay for part of your meal.