Additional Information about the Helena Brewers:
Things To Do In The Area:
Helena Brewers Website
Red Lion (Host Hotel)
Gates of the Mountains (boat trip on Missouri River)
Last Chance Tour Train (an hour tour around the city)
Helena Visitors Bureau
BrewHouse (Pub and Grille)
Notes and Photos:
It was okay.
It was fine. Not too loud.
When calling the starting line up, they even lowered the music level so you could hear the line up. Sweet.
I actually ended up getting a free ticket for this game. I was on line to buy a ticket and the lady in front of me had an extra GA (general admission) ticket and asked me if I wanted it. I said sure. She gave it to me. It sounds like if you have a GA ticket you can spend $1 or $2 and upgrade to a 'real' seat. I didn't do that because the 'real' seats were behind the net (see netted area in photo) and I didn't want to sit there.
The stadium is located in a city park. Most of the other features of the city park are new: swimming pool, childrens' playground. Not quite sure why they haven't updated this stadium.
In this photo, you can see portions of the surrounding neighborhood as well as the mountains beyond the field.
You can see the steps going into the dugout. The home team dugout was on the firstbase side, shown here.
One that shows the nice view of the mountains.
I enjoyed my visit here and in Helena. I'd come back. Met some folks at the game that made it entertaining. That was a good thing since the play of the Brewers was so poor this evening. Oh yeah, they offered a local brewery's beer in the concessions. That's kind of nice. If you get a chance, go to the Brew House before the game. It's less than a mile from the stadium. Link above.