Petco Park

Address: 100 Park Blvd
Phone: (619) 795-5000
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Category: Baseball Stadium
Check Ins: 84235

Reviews

  • HISTORY

    The first baseball game ever played at Petco Park, on March 11, 2004, was the first game of a four-team NCAA invitational tournament hosted by San Diego State University.
  • ESPN

    The first ever game ever at PETCO featured Mr. Padre, Tony Gwynn…but not the Padres. As manager of San Diego State’s baseball team, Gwynn led the Aztecs to a W over the Houston Cougars on 3/11/04.
  • Sports Authority

    Bring a blanket to the game and sample the view from "The Park at the Park." There's enough space back there to fit 2,500 lawn seats!
  • Mazda

    The stadium's first concert came on November 11, 2005, when it hosted The Rolling Stones.
  • 30 Minutes Or Less

    Keep your shirt on during the game and that hottie might join you for a drink in the Gaslamp Quarter. #DontBlowIt
  • Steve Adler @Steve_Adler

    For great deals check out www.padres.com/promo use code"Friarhood"
  • The Most Interesting Man in the World

    I had the honor of throwing out the first pitch at this very stadium. As soon as I left the mound I was offered a 7-year contract. Unfortunately, I was not able fulfill due to a prior engagement.
  • Chuck DeBleu

    This is a good park to watch the Padres play baseball in.
  • San Diego Padres

    The Western Metal Supply Co. Building was constructed in 1909 and now houses the Padres Majestic Team Store, private party suites and rooftop bleacher seating.
  • MLB

    Patriotic. Powerful. Pride. Padres. More P words. The foghorn that sounds after every home run is actually a recording of the Navy's USS Ronald Reagan, based in San Diego. Perfect!
  • Marvin

    Watch a Padres game, and drink at the Hall of Fame bar overlooking the field
  • Denmark Vea

    Go to a Padres game and reward yourself with a brew and a night of baseball.
  • Amy Cimino

    Get the Garlic fries and Red Hook Longhammer on draft
  • San Diego Padres

    Bring your sun tan lotion and sand pail before checking out “The Beach” located just beyond the right-field fence.
  • Ed Griffin

    Buy your ticket online and swipe your credit card at the gate on the way in to get it. Works great!
  • San Diego's Bowl Games

    Preferred Partner! Second Day FREE on the Old Town Trolley City Tour with first day purchase. Must show 2010 Holiday Bowl or Poinsettia Bowl game ticket - a $34.00 value! (619) 298-8687
  • John Lamb

    catch a game and go to the Hall of Fame bar in the Western Medals building! Best view of the park!
  • Keri Robinson

    Beautiful park and great location. Tickets are pretty cheap so support our Padres!
  • Richard Hiner

    Padres in the Gaslamp are Great at Petco Park
  • Scott Dunsmore

    Go up to Club 19 on the Toyota Terrace level to see Tony Gwynn memorabilia.
  • The Feast

    Toyota Terrace tickets are the best value here, but bleacher tickets are great for those trying to save money.
  • San Diego Padres

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  • Quang Nguyen

    greatest ball park on the west coast!
  • Ryan Diaz

    see a Padres v. Dodgers game.
  • Mark P

    STAND UP AND CHEER! GO PADRES!
  • Eater

    Top Dining Options: Baja Bistro at Section 205; Breakfast at the Park on the field starting at 10:30 am before the game, first come first serve!
  • Luis Carrillo

    1st place Padres!
  • Diego Sanchez

    Go to the hall of fame bar on the top floor of metal (brick building on left field) and watch the game from there if you got tickets in the nose bleeds... Can choose between 1-3 inning or 4-end of gam
  • Scott Dunsmore

    Get a beer from Neil the Beerman at the Brickhouse Deli in the Western Metal Building.
  • @socalwithkids

    PETCO Park is a beautiful ballpark, and a great place to watch a baseball game. Park Pass tickets are great when you have young kids with limited attention spans. Check out our link for more info.