Where to sit at FirstEnergy Park

The BallParkGuide.com Where to sit at FirstEnergy Park
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Grass berm tickets offer affordable family fun
If you're visiting as a family, the grass berms offer affordable family fun.

Seating at FirstEnergy Park is pretty simple. Regardless of where you sit in the field-level seats, you’ll pay the same price. Many teams charge more for the seats directly behind home plate, but you won’t find that in Lakewood. As of 2017, all stadium seats cost $13 for adults and $10 for children and seniors, regardless of where you choose to sit. The other option is to consider a $10 ticket on the grass berms in the outfield. This spot gives you an excellent chance of snagging a home run ball, and you’ll also be nice and close to the action on the field. Note that folding chairs aren’t permitted, but you can take a blanket with you to sit on.

FirstEnergy Park is on of the sharpest-looking parks in the minor leagues, which means that you’ll want to enjoy the game from all angles. The Ballpark Guide recommends spending time in your ticketed seat, watching some of the game from any of the standing-room spots along the concourse, enjoying an inning or two on the outfield berms, and making time to walk the concourse and keep an eye on the action.