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If you love America’s pastime, there’s nowhere better to spend a summer evening than a Tennessee Smokies baseball game. Located in scenic Kodak, TN,  Smokies Park captures the authentic ballpark atmosphere you would find at a major league game without the major league price. Read on to learn everything you need to know about enjoying the perfect night at a Smokies game.

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The Ballpark

Only 14 years old, Smokies Park is a very modern stadium with lots of unique features.The ballpark was built with over 100,000 hand-laid bricks and stones, and the outfield features a breathtaking man-made mountain and waterfall landscape. Tickets are extremely affordable, with adult admission starting at just under $10!

Smokies Park is located at 3540 Line Drive, Kodak, TN 37764.

The Team

The Smokies themselves are always worth watching, a perennial contender in the Southern League and the Double-A affiliate of MLB’s Chicago Cubs. Great players like Fred McGriff, Roy Halladay, and Jeff Kent have played for the Smokies, meaning you could very well be watchinghe stars of tomorrow.

Dining

Besides the stadium and game itself, there are plenty of reasons to catch a Tennessee Smokies baseball game. The Double Play Cafe located in the park behind third base gives visitors the opportunity to dine before and during the game and can hold up to 150 people, making it perfect for a large group gathering. The cafe offers a nightly all you can eat buffet for only $11 per adult and $7 per child, including entrees, side dishes and delicious desserts.

Promotions  

The Tennessee Smokies are known for their outstanding promotions, giving you plenty of choices when picking a date to go. Some standout promotions are Thirsty Thursdays where beers and sodas are only $1, All You Can Eat Wednesdays where all ballpark food is included for only $19.99 per adult or $17.99 per child, and Low Fare Monday, where hot dogs, sodas and popcorn are only $1 each.

Bear Camp Cabins is right around the corner from Smokies Park! Our vacation rentals have everything you need for an extraordinary Smoky Mountain vacation, including stunning mountain views, bubbly hot tubs, and charcoal grills. To start planning your trip, visit our Pigeon Forge Cabins page or give us a call at 1-800-705-6346.