Camden Yards With Kids: Three Things To Know
Posted by Kurt Smith
If you’re visiting Camden Yards with kids, you have some advantages – cheap tickets, for one, with the O’s struggling at the gate even in winning times. And plenty of inexpensive parking and outside food vendors.
Here are three things parents should know when bringing the kids to Oriole Park…
Camden Yards With Kids, Tip #1) Join The Club. The Junior Orioles Dugout Club is great for the kids, especially if you can go to multiple games. For a small fee, the kid gets six free game tickets, cool gear, access to kids’ newsletters and front of the line access on run the bases days. It’s in the “Fans” section of the Orioles website. Speaking of which…
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Camden Yards With Kids, Tip #2) Go on Sunday. On Sundays the Orioles offer cool activities for the kids, like face painting and autographs, not the least of which is running the bases after the game. And if the kids are into play areas at the ballpark…
Camden Yards With Kids, Tip #3) Sit In The Right Field Corner. The play area at Camden Yards with the moon bounce, pitching and batting cages and a small jungle gym isn’t the greatest of any ballpark, but it can keep them occupied for a while. It’s at the south end of Eutaw Street, near Gate H.
One more thing…don’t forget their “first game” certificate, which you can pick up at Guest Services on Eutaw Street. It’s near Boog’s BBQ.
Hopefully those are some helpful tips for enjoying a game at Camden Yards with the family. If you’d like to know more about how to score great deals and find a great seat at Oriole Park, you should definitely order one of these.
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