Coors Field is located at 20th and Blake streets, in Denver’s lower downtown/Ballpark Neighborhood. Whether you choose to drive, take the RTD, bike, or walk, planning ahead can help make your visit to the ballpark more enjoyable. Advanced single-game parking passes are available in a Rockies operated lot for $12 per pass in Lot B. Advanced passes can be purchased at the Coors Field Ticket Office, King Soopers, any Rockies Dugout Store or by calling 1-800-388-ROCK.
With 240+ reviews on Yelp, here were some of the most helpful:
Nathan E. from Black Rock, Co. Dublin, Ireland says: “This is a great baseball stadium. Very, very nice with the red brick and it’s large, efficient walkways all around. The suites are incredible as well, with full bars and service to your seats with meals and other items (even allowing you to pay with a card). There isn’t a bad view in the place, and the scoreboard is really big. The crowd isn’t quite as good as some other places but it was a blast and the stadium is in a great area of Downtown Denver.”
Savannah K. from Hoffman Estates, IL says: “Sat up in the nose bleed mile high purple seats and loved it. Wish they had even more day games. I think its best to sit near first base instead of third – better view in the sunshine.”
Brandon Y. from Minneapolis, MN says: “One of my favorite ballparks I’ve been to. The architecture really fits in with the neighborhood’s mix of old brick warehouses and new buildings. Location – Neighborhood is great! They shut down part of the street on game days and the atmosphere is really electric. There is quite the selection of nearby bars/restaurants to hit up before or after the game (I suggest the breckenridge brewpub). Sightlines – Probably one of the best stadiums for sightlines! Large open concourses and a ton of beer stands facing the concession wall so you can watch the game while standing in line. Great compact field as well so you can get pretty close to the action. Amenities – Pretty standard newer baseball amenities. Blue Moon “Sandlot” brew pub is pretty cool if you’re a Blue Moon fan. Center Field Bullpen is magnificent and you have to check out the upper concourse just for the great view of the Rockies. Design – This came in at the end of the “old school Brick” revival era and this one was done great! Love the old brick style (especially when it fits this well into the neighborhood). Big old-school Ebbets field-like entrance with exposed beams. Not a huge fan of the expansive seats in upper concourse of Right Center field, Its a bit of an eyesore (especially when not filled) and makes it a bit too “Boxy.” All in all a great place to see a game. I drove all the way from Minneapolis to see the first game the Twins played there and were met by a ton of great fans that wanted to show us the town. Love this stadium and really like Denver as well.”