Dr Pepper Ballpark (formerly Dr Pepper/Seven Up Ballpark) is the home ballpark of the Frisco RoughRiders Minor League Baseball club which plays in the Double-A Texas League. Located in Frisco, Texas, in the United States, the stadium has a capacity of 10,316. The ballpark is host to numerous functions in addition to Minor League Baseball games, including corporate and charity events, wedding receptions, city of Frisco events, and church services. Local soft drink manufacturer Dr Pepper Snapple Group has held naming rights and exclusive non-alcoholic beverage rights in the park.To visit Dr Pepper Ballpark on your holiday in Frisco, and find out what else Frisco has to offer, use our Frisco.
Since its opening in 2003, the Dr Pepper Ballpark has won awards and garnered praise for its unique design, feel, and numerous facilities. In his design, park architect and 2015 Driehaus Prize winner David M. Schwarz desired the creation of a village-like "park within a (ball) park". Dr Pepper Ballpark received the 2003 Texas Construction award for Best Architectural Design and was named the best new ballpark in the country by BaseballParks.com.
Dr Pepper Ballpark reviews
We didn't go inside and visit but we drove by very slowly.....OMG what an amazing field. This field is built in and down in the ground. It is huge and beautiful! Looks like there are condos... more »
Didn't go for a game but a private party. Nice ballpark, not a Rangers fan but a baseball so I respect cool ballparks. Glad I got a chance to see it. more »
Nice ballpark with easy parking and access. The suites are really nice. Workers are very nice and helpful. Only complaint is the quality of the food. We had a catered event. The food was incredibly tasteless. Don't know if it was prepared hours ahead of time, or that it was kept warm in hot water. Whatever the reason, it was not good. Definitely and area for improvement.
The tickets were relatively inexpensive and the view was awesome! The pictures speak for themselves. There was a play area for the kiddos for when they're feeling impatient. Next time we're going for the lazy river over at right field. The tickets, souvenirs and concessions were budget friendly if you want to have a good time with the family.
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