Highlights of the Tacoma Rainiers' Cheney Stadium
The Tacoma Rainiers' Cheney Stadium may have been constructed in 1960, but after a renovation in 2011 the facility is most definitely not your grandfather's ballpark. Boasting 16 luxury suites and a four-tier party deck, the Rainiers have proudly signed on to call Tacoma their home until at least 2041.
About those party decks...
Four-levels of seating, complete with umbrellas, await fans who are not only hungry and thirsty, but ready for a prime view of the baseball action. This all-inclusive area offers guests not only an all-you-can-eat buffet, but bottomless beer, wine, soda and water.
On June 10th, our 7 Epic Days guests will be welcomed into the Tacoma Rainiers' party deck section, with all of the benefits of a regular game day PLUS: all-access tour of Cheney Stadium, VIP parking and the opportunity to take the field and bat from home plate for the first time ever!
So what's the Summit Club?
Welcome to 4,000 square feet of high-end baseball watching. The Tacoma Rainiers' ballgames, along with Northwest weather-permitting views of Mt. Rainier, are watched in style from the Summit Club—an area in high enough demand to have completely sold out in 2011. While visiting, take note of the newly-constructed Summit Club's interior ceiling woodwork, a decorative nod to Cheney Stadium's Ben Cheney and the Pacific Northwest’s timber industry.
Upon returning to Cheney Stadium to redeem their voucher for a second ballgame experience, 7 Epic Days guests will be granted Summit Club access. That's right, a second round of bottomless beer, wine and ballpark snacks on the house!
You're looking mighty fine these days, Cheney Stadium.