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Experience the Park Chase Field Fan Guide
Kids and Clubbing
For families with children, there are two large play areas at Chase Field featuring interactive and competitive sports contraptions, arcade games, and prizes. Baxter’s Den, named for the curiously feline D-Back mascot (a diamondback is a type of rattlesnake), is located at the Peter Piper Playhouse on the main concourse behind the center field scoreboard. That’s the site of the mascot’s regular 4th-inning photo opportunities.
The Sandlot presented by St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center is a mini Chase Field replica whiffle ball diamond, located on the upper concourse. “There’s a lot at Chase Field for kids,” said one 36-year-old dad as he recently watched his 3 year-old son jump from one baseball-themed apparatus to another at the Playhouse. “Sure, I might not get to watch too much of the game when he’s this young, but the overall experience is fun for both of us. He’s having a blast and I get to do something different.”
Another fun opportunity, this one for kids 3-15, comes after Sunday home games when kids get to run the bases. Those interested should line up on the east ramp across from sections 111, 203 and 304 in the ninth inning.
For older kids (much older), the Diamond Club offers a club-like atmosphere at Chase Field, with a blend of hip revelry and sports loyalty. As a way to marry nightlife to the ballpark, Chase Field executives retained the services of prominent area promotions companies to create the club in right field on the main concourse level. It features plush seating, 11 digital flat-screens, a pool table, full bar, and a rotating menu of nightly food options, all while offering a unique view of the park’s dizzying expanse. Tickets to the Diamond Club are $25 apiece.