The park is nice, it is your standard minor league park. A couple of dozen rows of stadium seats from the bases in. Lawn seats from the basrs to the outfield wall, then there is a little kiddie area out by the left field foul pole. Next to that is a little party deck and concession stand. After that is the scoreboard. You can not go around the whole stadium. In right field there is a little insert that comes out onto the field thats called the Bud beach. The wall in that area is maybe knee high.
There is a miracle baseball league field beyond the centerfield wall. Not far from the right field wall is Joliet Central High School. The river front is like four blocks from the stadium.
There is a upper deck to the stadium with suites. The Joliet area sports hall of fame is on the street level of the stadium. The Slammers are named and have their logo like jail birds. Joliet State Penn is not far away. The park is right next to a railroad, so there are trains rolling past the third base side all game that you can watch.
On the side of a building in right field on the foul side of the line is a nice statue. It is of a bunch of guys up on a scaffold eating their lunch, up near the top of that building.
The grilled brat is decent but nothing special. The chicken and fries are not very good. Overall this is a nice park that I will be back to.
The night I went they were playing the Evansville Otters and the entertainment Myron Noodleman. Who has changed his act in over ten years.
Unfortunately on a nice Saturday night game in May there isnt more than 1000-1500 fans in the seats.