Grand Prairie Stadium

Park Name: Grand Prairie Stadium

In Use: 2008-2019

Address: 1600 Lone Star Parkway, Grand Prairie, Texas 75050

Dimensions: 330' (L), 397' (C), 330' (R)

Former Names:

QuikTrip Park (2008-2014)

AirHogs Stadium (2015-2019)

Former Tenants:

Grand Prairie AirHogs (American Association) 2008-2015

Grand Prairie Pilots (Great Southwest Collegiate League) 2016-2017

Texas AirHogs (American Association) 2016-2019

The view from behind home plate at Grand Prairie Stadium.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Grand Prairie Stadium, as seen from left field.

Luxury Boxes and the roof behind home plate. The pressbox is located down the first base line, as the stadium has also seen use as a football field.

Group seating with drink rails runs along the top of the seating bowl behind home plate.

Several tiers of picnic tables overlook the field from down the third base line.

A sports bar and restaurant sits behind the left field wall, offering fans an air-conditioned place to watch the game on a hot Texas night.

Outfield bleachers sit in front of the left field bar and push out into the field of play.

More outfield bleachers extend out into right field, with drink rails running behind them.

The playing surface at Grand Prairie Stadium is entirely artificial turf, but unlike most parks, berm seating is also artificial.

Bullpens are located at either end of the main grandstand.

A swimming pool and pool deck look out over the field from just beyond the center field fence.

Between the pool and the outfield bleachers pushing out into the field of play, the wall at Grand Prairie Stadium features several sharp angles and tricky alcoves.

A wiffleball field in the outfield playground also features a curved protrusion in the outfield fence, mimicking the main field.

The scoreboard sits behind the wall in left field.

The Texas AirHogs on the field during a game at Grand Prairie Stadium.