Editor’s Note: Play ball with us in Ohio as we head to the Midwest and back to our week-long celebration of “Summer in Our City Dads Group Cities,” as Columbus Dad Ryan Gross takes us to see the Columbus Clippers.
Watching a Columbus Clippers baseball game at Huntington Park in the Arena District of Columbus, Ohio, is fun for the entire family and can also be really inexpensive. The Clippers, the Triple A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, were for many years the top minor league club of the New York Yankees and the breeding ground of stars like Derek Jeter.
The lawn seats in the outfield are a blast for family outings and are as little as $5 per ticket. If you don’t mind a short walk to the ballpark, then you can find free street parking in nearby Victorian Village.
Keep an eye out for promotional days to save a few more dollars! Our kids love Roosters on the Roof fifty-cent boneless wing day or Sugardale Dime a Dog Night when, yes, they sell hot dogs for only 10 cents!
The next Clippers homestand starts Friday, July 25, against the Norfolk Tides.