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Petco Park




Park Name: Petco Park
Tenants: San Diego Park (National League)

Opened: 2004
Address: 19 Tony Gwynn Drive, San Diego, California 92101
Dimensions: 334' (L), 396' (C), 322' (R)


The view from behind home plate at Petco Park.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Petco Park, as seen from center field.


The pressbox sits behind home plate on the second level, with Padres retired numbers on the facade above it.


The grandstand features three main levels of seating, with luxury suites in the towers that emerge from the upper deck.


A sectioned off box seating area sits at field level behind the backstop.


Recliner seating on the concrete walkway behind home plate.


Petco Park features luxury suites at the top of the first level seating bowl, as well as higher up between the top two decks.


A picnic area in the left field corner of the stands features a Mission Bell that is rung when the Padres win.


A double-decker bleacher section sits behind the left field fence.


A larger bleacher section sits behind the right field wall, with the buildings of downtown San Diego behind it.


The Western Metal Supply Co. building, which sat on the site of the ballpark before it was built, was retained as part of the park and now houses suites.


The concourse, as it wraps through the bottom level of the Western Metal Supply Co. building.


The enclosed stadium club, on the concourse behind home plate.


The concourse at Petco Park features unique colors, architecture and landscaping.


Hanging ivy decorates the inner concourse.


Padres retired number statues in the entry plaza at Petco Park.


Plaques on the concourse celebrate the Padres division and league championships.


San Diego is a big military town, so a display at the ballpark features a model aircraft carrier and a mural celebrating major leaguers who served in the armed services.


A beach bar, complete with palm trees, on the upper deck.


The Park at the Park, a large berm area and city park sits behind the scoreboard in center field and is a popular area for families.


The Park in the Park features a small youth ball field, one that has its own sponsorship as Bumble Bee Ballpark.


"The Beach" at Petco Park sits behind the center field wall and features boardwalk seating.


The beach features a sand play area to give fans the taste of San Diego beaches.


The bullpens sit next to the beach in center field.


The outfield wall features several sharp corners and angles, including the right field foul pole jutting in closer to the plate.


The scoreboard sits above the left field bleachers.


The San Diego Padres on the field during a game at Petco Park.




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