Dunkin' Park

Park Name: Dunkin' Park

Tenants: Hartford Yard Goats (Eastern League) 

Opened: 2017

Address: 1214 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103

Dimensions: 325' (L), 400' (C), 308' (R)

Former Names:

Dunkin' Donuts Park (2017-2022)

Former Tenants: 

Hartford Yard Goats (Eastern League) 2017-2019

Hartford Yard Goats (Double-A Northeast) 2021

The view from behind home plate at Dunkin' Park.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Dunkin' Park, as seen from center field.

The pressbox sits at the top of the main seating bowl, off to the third base side, rather than on the upper deck behind home plate.

Luxury suites and a large enclosed club area sit on the upper deck in the area usually reserved for the pressbox.

The stadium control room sits in another box, opposite the pressbox on the first base side. A glass back wall allows fans on the concourse to see inside.

Field level suites sit underneath the press and control boxes, with the first two rows of seating behind home plate also made up of large padded chairs.

The Hartford Terrace, in the right field corner at Dunkin' Park, features second deck seating and a large statue of a stag on the roof, the logo of The Hartford insurance company.

Bear's Smokehouse BBQ stand and picnic area sit in the left field corner, above a "Dunkin' Dugout" area reserved for free tickets for groups and charities.

The left field bleachers wrap around the visitor's bullpen.

Drink rail seating along the concourse features stools with Yard Goats logos in the metal.

Seating runs along the top of the right field wall, and the buildings of downtown Hartford loom over the ballpark.

Fans can sit inside the right field wall. Original plans called for these seats to be home run territory, but league rules caused netting to be installed in front of them, and balls that hit the net are still in play.

The Yard Goats bullpen also sits inside the right field wall at Dunkin' Park.

The yellow right field foul line continues past the foul pole, over an outfield bar, and to a 333ft marker on the back concourse wall.

A children's play area sits behind the batter's eye on the center field concourse.

The Yard Goats feature a petting zoo where during select games fans can pet and feed actual goats.

The concourse at Dunkin' Park features several goat themed concession stands.

The entry plaza on the right field concourse features a photographic starting lineup and giant pictures of Hartford's former minor league teams.

Restroom signs feature goat horns, and signs on the concourse direct fans to the in-stadium Dunkin' restaurant.

The outfield wall includes many changes in height and depth, and the center field fence features retired numbers for Roberto Clemente and Jackie Robinson.

The scoreboard sits in left field and features a giant cup of coffee on top that shoots "steam" when the Yard Goats hit a home run.

The Hartford Yard Goats on the field during a game at Dunkin' Park.