Park Name: Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium
Tenants: Montgomery Biscuits (Double-A South)
Address: 200 Coosa Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36104
Dimensions: 314' (L), 401' (C), 332' (R)
Montgomery Biscuits (Southern League) 2004-2019
Riverwalk Stadium sits on the former site of a Confederate prison camp in downtown Montgomery.
The view from behind home plate at Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium.
The view from down the first base line.
The view from down the third base line.
The grandstand at Riverwalk Stadium, as seen from center field.
The pressbox behind home plate.
Picnic tables in the left field corner, and the modern, glass enclosed suites and party areas on the third base side of the upper deck.
An old railroad shed was converted into part of Riverwalk Stadium, and the luxury boxes along the first base side are built into the shed building.
The train shed also acts as the main entrance to the ballpark, with fans entering and buying tickets inside the building.
A unique bar and group area is housed inside the train shed in the right field corner of the park.
Half of the first base concourse is open to the field, with the concession stands located inside the railroad building.
Train tracks run behind the scoreboard along the outfield concourse.
The view of downtown Montgomery from inside Riverwalk Stadium.
Picnic tables and a covered picnic area along the outfield fence in center field.
The Biscuits have a concession stand that sells biscuits. Of course.
The outfield wall bulges out into the field of play in right field, creating a deep curve. An advertising bullpen extends the height of the fence in a unique way.
A video ribbon board in left field extends the wall slightly out onto the warning track.
The scoreboard and batter's eye in left center field.
The Montgomery Biscuits on the field during a game at Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium.