650 North Prince St.
Lancaster, PA

Stadium Opened: 2005
Capacity: 6,000
Dimensions: LF- 320 ft.  CF- 400 ft.   RF- 300 ft.
Surface: Natural Grass
Former Names of Ballpark: None


  • Free Parking
  • Plentiful



  • 2 main concession stands contain an emphasis on local products- Auntie Anne's pretzels and Turkey Hill ice cream.
  • Some food items were economical. For example, a regular size order of fries was only $2.75 and it was huge. A 20 oz. Turkey Hill brand lemonade for only $2.50.
  • Good variety- pizza, nachos, chicken sandwiches, chicken fingers, hot dogs, and pulled pork sandwiches.




Seating/Stadium Design:

  • Power Alley Picnic Area
  • No useless middle concourse in seating bowl
  • Stadium design seemed similar to Coca-Cola Park in Allentown.
  • Inside Corner Team Store
  • Homerun Harbor- Artificial pond (looks more like a pool) with 10 bumper boats
  • Clipper Magazine Stadium is used as an ice rink in the Winter months
  • Richard M. Scott mural- helped bring baseball back to Lancaster
  • Turkey Hill Birthday Zone
  • Kids' Park-inflatables, rock climbing wall, and a carousel
  • Rally-Roni- Fans shook a box of pasta to cheer the Barnstormers on when instructed to on the video board.
  • 360 degree concourse
  • Farm theme was not emphasized in this stadium. This could have helped make this stadium seem unique. There was a barn-type structure in the right field picnic area, but other than that, no other farm references.
  • Video board in the right field fence
  • Lawn Seating available



  • The main focus was baseball. There wasn't too many in between innings contest or promotions. Barnstormers fans seemed loyal to their team as they rang their cowbells.
  • Absolutely spotless stadium.


Overall Rating:

Review is based on many visit on 7/26/08 and 9/15/13.