The park was built in the 1930s along the Mississippi river. The outside of the park and the bleachers are original. The boxseats are from Wrigley Field from the 1940s.
The complex is a city park along the river. There is a bike path outside the fense along the shoreline. Clintons old river boat casino is outside the centerfield fence. It is now a performing arts hall.
The field is a ton better than it once was. There used to be a sink hole in the outfield behind second base. The Lumberkings did a huge renovation project a few years ago to give the park a much needed facelift. They built a new souvenior and main office building outside the walls of the old ballpark. The locker rooms were improved and moved to right field building. They installed a nice picnic area in left field along with a pavillon.
The food, well it was ok I guess. Nothing really special, my brat was average. My beer was a 32 ounce for 7 bucks. Programs were still one dollar though. They were not the big ones of a few years ago.