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An American tradition at Albuquerque’s Isotopes Park

The Isotopes Park opened in 2003 standing in the same spot as the Albuquerque Sports Stadium stood for 30 years. Some of the historic remnants remain at the park, including the trademark baseball sculpture at the corner of University and Avenida Cesar Chavez near the entrance. Isotopes Park is considered to be one of the finest baseball facilities as it incorporates state-of-the-art equipment with traditional charm and natural landscapes and views.

Aside from an exciting baseball game the kids will enjoy the Fun Zone, which features a playground, bounce houses, carousel and the latest gravity drop ride. Orbit the mascot also makes appearances among the crowd and throughout the park is often available for photo opportunities. The food stands serve something for everyone from the traditional hot dogs to fajitas to delicious BBQ.

Isotopes Park has over 11,000 seats, but fans can also chose to bring a blanket and stretch out under the warm, starry southwestern night to catch the game. Visit the Albuquerque Isotopes website to find out when the next stimulating game will take place.

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