631 Heritage Park Way
Stadium Opened: 1984 (Renovated in 2003)
Dimensions: LF- 325 ft. CF- 405 ft. RF- 325 ft.
Surface: Natural Grass
Former Names of Ballpark: None
- Parking - $7 in a large grass field
Mexican concession stand featuring burritos, tacos, and nachos.
Chicken on a Stick with a great selection of barbecue sauces, Corn Dogs, Gyros, Chicken or Steak Pitas, French Fries
Three styles of hot dogs: "Texas", "Cincinnati", and "Chicago"
Stadium was renovated in 2003
Seating areas consist of dark green fold-down seats
No bleachers or berm area
Concourse areas in left field and right field corners are located near clubhouses and are great for seeking autographs (known as Autograph Alley)
Astros dugout is on the 3B side and the visiting team uses the 1B side dugout
Concessions are not in view of field
Osecola County Stadium provides an intimate atmosphere for fans to catch a game and get up close to their favorite players. Just a note of caution: generally at Spring Training parks the home team takes batting practive either before the gates open or on one of their practice fields. The visiting team is much more available for fans to see, since they warm up and take batting practice on the main field. So, seeing your favorite team "away" might be better than "home". The visiting Washington Nationals can be seen in photos below to give you an idea of how close you can get to the action.
Review is based on my visit on 3/10/11.