(credit: Colorado Springs Sky Sox Baseball)(credit: Colorado Springs Sky Sox Baseball)
For a baseball fix, most Denver residents automatically think of the Rockies, but we have a AAA team a mere 90 minutes away. The Colorado Springs Sky Sox (the AAA affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers) play games from April through October, and the venue makes for a fun day out with the family. With many other activities in and around Colorado Springs, it’s easy to hit up a game and make a weekend of it. The Sky Sox also host many promotional games as well, making the games more fun for the whole family. However, the team is moving to San Antonio in 2019, so swing down in the next few seasons before they’re gone.
Colorado Springs Sky Sox
Security Service Field
4385 Tutt Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80922
(719) 597-1449
www.coloradospringsskysox.milb.com

Tickets

For most games, tickets range from $10 – $15, and the team has many different packages available as well. Tickets can be purchased at SkySox.com/BuyTickets, and there is generally available tickets within a few days of the game. They are also available for purchase at the box office on the day of the game. The team runs many promotions throughout the year, including Fireworks Fridays, so check the calendar to see what special promotions are taking place.

Parking

Fans with single game tickets can park on the west side of the stadium, and parking is $5.00 per car. Those with season tickets will be given a pass that they can use to park for free in the designated area. For patrons with disabilities, parking spaces are available in the Northeast lot as well as the main lot, and the signage is easy to follow.

Food

Security Service Field has plenty of dining options for the whole family. Along with concessions that serve up typical stadium faves, the field also offers catering services to patrons in the suites. If you purchase a picnic package, you and your party can enjoy a buffet in the stadium’s climate controlled picnic terrace, which also offers excellent views of the field. Outside food is not permitted within the park. If concessions aren’t your thing, be sure to check out the Hall of Fame Grill.

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Other Activities

Kids 12 and under can enjoy the Fun Zone with their parents during the game. Activities include a bounce house, an inflatable slide and baseball related activities including a pitching speed game. The stadium also features its famous Sky Sox Hot Tub, for which tickets can be purchased. Enjoy the game and soak the stress away in this unique stadium amenity.

Alaina Brandenburger is a freelance writer living in Denver. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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