Frisco Rough Riders at Dr Pepper Ballpark, Frisco

A Rough Riders baseball game feels like what a baseball game should be!  Great baseball, but with a fun appeal, smaller crowds and everyone is happy!  The Frisco Rough Riders Baseball team is the Texas Rangers AA farm team, which means that the players you are watching might someday be playing for the Rangers!

Check out My Mommy Tips for making the most of your visit

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Know Before You Go

Parking is $10

Don’t forget sunscreen.

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All the seats at Dr Pepper Ballpark are terrific!  I loved the discount I found from Kroger for the grass seating.  $7 for a ticket, which is the front gate price, but at Kroger you also get a souvenir and a hot dog for your $7.

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These Rough Rider plastic tumblers were the souvenir with the Kroger tickets, but I think they do vary.

Dr Pepper also has a special promotion for food and tickets.  Click HERE to see the promotions page. CIMG0049 Food

I was really surprised by the food!  Not only do their normal concessions have fun and yummy food, but they also have “State Fairway” vendors, like Fletcher’s Corn Dogs and funnel cakes!

No outside food or drinks allowed. CIMG0055

McAfee Playground

For children 5-10 years old, the McAfee Playground is LOTS of fun, and nicely shaded, too.

The staff is very strict on age restrictions.CIMG0056 Primrose Playground 

For children 5 and younger, this is a great place to bring little children before and during the game!

There is a fence between the two playgrounds to keep out older kids.

Age restrictions are enforced.CIMG0060 Practice pitching, fooseball or even the oversized Connect Four!  Open to all ages!

 Grassy Outfield Seating

With young or restless kids, this is my favorite seating!  Bring a blanket and spread out to watch the game.  Don’t forget your baseball glove!  I loved that the family next to us brought about 10 little dinosaurs for the kids to play with in the grass during the game!

There are also tables and benches if you get there early!

The seating had a bit of a slope, which made it easy to see the game.

We didn’t see any bugs, but you could bring bug spray just in case.

My daughter’s only complaint was that she felt left out when they threw t-shirts, and it was hard to see the mascots funny antics.

However, the camera operator did put the kids dancing and jumping around in the grass on the screen alot.  I think we were on twice, ourselves!

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Groups

Dr Pepper Ballpark has several different places where groups can rent out for the game, like the Dr Pepper Patio, party decks or balconies!

 

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Image courtesy of Frisco Rough Riders

Choctaw Lazy River

New this summer is the Choctaw Lazy River, which replaces the old Pool Zone.  Open 6 days a week to groups, Thursday homestands are Pool Parties, which means you can purchase a ticket which includes the river, a coca-cola product and a hot dog!  For more information, please click HERE.

Things To Do in Frisco

There’s so much to do in Frisco, from walking and window shopping in their cute little Main Street, with lots of dining and boutiques, to their museums and theater, or the new and HUGE Nebraska Furniture Mart!

Play

Sci-Tech Discovery Center is a fun, hands-on center that allows kids to build and explore!  Click HERE to read more about it.


Frisco Rough Riders at Dr Pepper Ballpark

7300 Roughriders Trail, Frisco

Click HERE to visit their website. 


Keep Having Fun in the Texas Sun! 

Michelle 

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