Greater Nevada Field is a Minor League Baseball venue in the Western United States, located in Reno, Nevada. Opened in 2009, it is the home of the Triple-A Reno Aces of the Pacific Coast League and Reno 1868 FC of the United Soccer League. Greater Nevada Field is on the north bank of the Truckee River and is the centerpiece of a planned downtown Reno redevelopment effort, named the Freight House District.Plan to visit Greater Nevada Field - Reno Aces & Reno 1868 FC and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Reno attractions using our Reno attractions planner.
The drive to build a stadium in the Reno-Sparks area began in 2002, with Sierra Nevada Baseball's purchase of land near the Sparks Marina. In 2003, state legislature passed a Washoe county rental car tax surcharge to partially finance the new stadium. However, Sierra Nevada Baseball's plans fell through when they were unable to secure the private financing portion of construction, as well as the cost to purchase and relocate a Triple-A team.
In 2007, SK Baseball stepped in and proposed a new stadium plan, redeveloping an eastern portion of downtown Reno. They entered into an agreement with the county in May 2007, secured financing, and bought the Tucson Sidewinders with the intent of moving them to Reno by the 2009 season.
Ground was broken on February 25, 2008, for what was tentatively called Sierra Nevada Stadium. It was constructed on an accelerated schedule, with only 1 year, 50 days between breaking ground and opening day.
Greater Nevada Field - Reno Aces & Reno 1868 FC reviews
Great ballpark with a fun experience for the entire family. One of my favorite baseball venues. The park layout is unique. A 7th inning stretch like I've never seen anywhere else. Great for those who.... more »
I am not really a baseball fan but my husband wanted to check this place out. It is right in downtown Reno and you can get free parking at one of the casinos. It is small enough that you feel like... more »
Due to previous medical injuries, I have a tough time with attending major sporting events, but today I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this stadium is both clean and relatively accessible. The seats are very comfortable to sit in for several hours and the walkways were not crushed with people. They were also very easy to navigate (a huge plus for me). I did not have any difficulty walking up the stairs either. Overall, a highly enjoyable experience and I will be back!
Always fun to take in a game where the Aces thump their opponent!! The facilities are always clean and mostly odor free!! They also keep their concession stands clean and attractive!! They have good deals on food and drink also!! Good clean family oriented FUN!!
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