Joe W. Davis Stadium is a minor league baseball park in Huntsville, Alabama, United States, which hosted the Huntsville Stars of the Southern League from 1985 until 2014, and then served as a temporary home for the Stars' successor (the Biloxi Shuckers) in 2015.Using our international travel planner, Huntsville attractions like Joe Davis Stadium can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
Built in 1985, the stadium is located on the grounds of Huntsville's former airport, adjacent to Huntsville's main north–south thoroughfare, U.S. Highway 231 (S. Memorial Parkway). The stadium is a multi-purpose facility that seats 10,488 with 15 air-conditioned skyboxes. Ticket offices and the general office are located on the second floor of the stadium. Closed circuit television above the main concourse allows for viewing of the game while grabbing a bite at the concession stands. In addition to baseball, Joe W. Davis Stadium has been used for high school football, monster truck rallies, and concerts.
Nicknamed "The Crown Jewel of the Southern League" upon its construction, the stadium was the oldest venue in the league during its final year of operation.
Joe Davis Stadium reviews
First off, it's closed and the minor league team is gone. If you try to compare it to the new venues, you are setting yourself up to be disappointed. It is not a high school field; it is certainly..... more »
Good baseball team
I remember going to Huntsville Stars games when I was younger. It was a blast! Hopefully, we'll get another team to play here in the future.
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