Lake Elsinore Diamond

Park Name: Pete Lehr Field at the Lake Elsinore Diamond

Tenants: Lake Elsinore Storm (California League)

Opened: 1994

Address: 500 Diamond Drive, Lake Elsinore, California 92530

Dimensions: 330' (L), 400' (C), 310' (R)

Former Tenants:

Lake Elsinore Storm (California League) 1994-2019

Lake Elsinore Storm (Low-A West) 2021

The view from behind home plate at the Lake Elsinore Diamond.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at The Diamond, as seen from the left field corner.

The pressbox sits high above the concourse behind home plate, with luxury suites on either side.

The seating bowl features drink rail seating in the area behind home plate.

The chairs in the drink rail area feature the Storm logo in the metal mesh backings.

Tabletop seating boxes sit at the top of the stands on the third base side of the park.

A single seat on the concourse is set aside to honor Prisoners of War and soldiers Missing in Action.

A large group seating area in the left field corner features an enclosed restaurant and several decks of table seating.

A family seating section at the first base end of the grandstand features bright green seating. A grass berm runs beyond that down the right field line.

A covered picnic area sits atop the right field berm.

A plaque above the merchandise store at The Diamond lists former Storm players who have made it to the Major Leagues.

Bullpens are tucked into the left field corner of the grandstand.

Storm retired numbers sit on top of the batter's eye in center field.

The main video scoreboard sits behind the left field wall.

The right field wall is very tall, as it is closer to home plate because of a road running behind the fence. A line scoreboard runs along the bottom of the Monster.

The Lake Elsinore Storm on the field during a game at the Lake Elsinore Diamond.