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Trip Advisor Great for the family
Apr 22, 2014 by: ms90 from maryland
Home of the Bowie Baysox, this is a nice venue to take the family for a day/evening of minor league baseball. The atmosphere is family-friendly and the prices are pretty reasonable. There's a carousel for the kids, ample parking, a souvenir shop, and Louie (mascot) walks around often enough giving high-fives to the kids. Concessions are a bit pricey. Check the schedule for the nights for the fireworks display. (I don't like the new scoreboard. :-( )



Trip Advisor Close-up Action
Apr 19, 2014 by: Watash1999 from Bowie, Maryland
This gem of a stadium hosts the Bowie Baysox, a Baltimore Orioles farm team, during the summer. Weekends there are fireworks, and recently it has become home to Bowie's 4th of July celebration.. With reserved seats you are close to the field. The food -burgers, hot dogs, sausages, ice cream - is good if a bit pricey.



Trip Advisor Very Good "Ball Park" Restaurant
Apr 15, 2014 by: Geebark9 from Bowie, Maryland
The restaurant at Prince George's Stadium offers very tasty, reasonably priced meals. Their hot sandwiches with sides and dinner salads are quite good. Occasionally they offer a very good crab cake sandwich plus a side for about $11! Order this special and your wallet and tummy will thank you. The concourse level of the stadium offers typical, average ball park food (hot dogs, burgers, pizza, etc.) at major league prices : ( The only exception that I would recommend on the concourse level are the excellent sliced beef sandwiches. Note: the restaurant is frequently closed for private events but available all other nights to box seat holders and season ticket holders (not general admission ticket holders).



Trip Advisor Minor league baseball- near DC
Dec 29, 2013 by: Islandbruin from 
We like minor league baseball- this was a pretty standard park- good value food, beer, ticket prices. The post-game fireworks were really good. This is the Orioles AA club, so you can see the future of the Orioles first hand.



Trip Advisor We enjoy AA baseball here at the park
Sep 17, 2013 by: rosadekor from Bowie
The Baltimore Oriole's AA minor league farm team plays its home games here and we have attending a good many since the stadium opened in 1994. We have seen close up quite a few of the stars of the big leagues today. The park has good seating, a wide concourse with food and refreshment stands, a team store, an upper deck restaurant, picnic pavilions for large group events, large clean restrooms, a first aid station, and lots of free parking. There are a lot of nights with attractions, fireworks and even a camp for families out on the field. There is a kids area with a carousel, ball toss and other activities. There are special nights for kids, (superheroes) with kids invited to wear costumes. There are kids races, and other competitions in between innings, a friendly big green mascot, Louie, who along with dragon Rocko are stadium fixtures. No smoking is allowed, there is a family atmosphere and although no food can be brought in, one bottle of unopened water per person is allowed. Even though we have two major baseball teams within an hour of our home, we find we like to go to Prince George's Stadium. On occasion they have concerts there. We have seen Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Percy Sledge, and other groups there. It is a low key, less expensive place to spend a warm evening or afternoon. We wish some of the food choices were better prepared and not quite as pricey, but three level of seat prices aren't exorbitant and can be ordered on line or at the box office. People are friendly and when entering the park they say "enjoy the game" they mean it.


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