Appalachian Power Park, Charleston

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Appalachian Power Park is the current home field for the Charleston Dirty Birds, a baseball team in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. It also has been used by the baseball programs of West Virginia University, Marshall University, and the University of Charleston. The stadium, which opened in April 2005, is located in the East End of Charleston, West Virginia. It seats 4,500 fans and cost $25 million to build. The dimensions of the field are as follows: left field - 330 feet, center field - 400 feet, right field - 320 feet.

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  • We were overnight tourists looking for something to do at night and chose a ballgame. The park is nice enough, and we got real good seats at a great price. Very nice atmosphere and we enjoyed our... 
    We were overnight tourists looking for something to do at night and chose a ballgame. The park is nice enough, and we got real good seats at a great price. Very nice atmosphere and we enjoyed our...  more »
  • Appalachian Power Park is aging a bit. The handicapped parking situation was awful. Road ramps from the parking to the park had large lips. I fought to get out of my wheelchair so that we could lift....  more
    Appalachian Power Park is aging a bit. The handicapped parking situation was awful. Road ramps from the parking to the park had large lips. I fought to get out of my wheelchair so that we could lift....  more »
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  • Really fun place. It isn't a large ballpark, which allows you to feel more involved, if that makes sense. They do a good job organizing special event nights throughout the season, which adds to the fun of watching the games. The food isn't really worth bragging about, but that is typical of ballpark food concessions.
  • Great time. The players were class acts! Prices are a little high for food and drinks and the food was just okay. I would recommend going to a game.

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