5 Things to See & Do at Camden Yards

opacy

Baseball season is winding down but there are still at least two weeks of home games at Camden Yards! Chris and I have been attending games pretty regularly this summer and he’s introduced me to some fun OPACY secrets that I didn’t know about before! Next time you’re cheering on the Orioles at home check out these spots and take advantage of some lesser known secrets in the ballpark! 

img_1498

O’s pretzels- My favorite treat at baseball games are soft pretzels but there’s one stand that makes the soft pretzels in the iconic Orioles ‘O’! The photo above is a normal pretzel, but I promise you can get them outside of Section 12 next to the gourmet pretzel stand!

Orioles Outlet store- The outlet store is by the kids playground and has awesome Orioles gear for cheap! We’ve seen hats and shirts for less than $10! 

$1.50 hotdogs-  Hotdogs inside the stadium are about $5-$6 but if you go to the last food stand in the 300 sections they offer a “kids hotdog” for $1.50. Its the same size as a full price hot dog! 

Market Place/Coffee Shop- Across from the flag  court and before Dempsey’s there is a little market that sells coffee, small snacks and candy! Sometimes you don’t want a huge thing of crab chips and just want a little chocolate- this is your go to place! 

img_0607

Center Field Bar- It’s not a secret, but one of the coolest things at Camden Yards, the center field bar! Sometimes when we decide last minute to go to a game we just buy nosebleed seats and hang out at the bar. You can also get ticketed seats at the bar with a great view and drinks just a few steps away! 

Have you eaten an O shaped pretzel or indulged in a beverage at the center field bar? 

 

Share:Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestEmail to someone
  • http://totravelandbeyond.com/ Macy Volpe

    Center Field Bar is absolutely my favorite spot in the stadium. We have had some awesome game nights there. I had no idea about the kids hot dogs! We always bring our own in, but this is a great tip in case we forget or Dave wants more (per usual)

  • Jen

    How fun is this!? I really need to do more things like this.

  • http://ohhey-ilikethat.com Lauren

    My brother and I always get chili dogs outside of the stadium! They’re the best!

  • http://www.thefreeandwildblog.com Annie

    Awesome post! You know I love this so much! The Market Place is probably my favorite place in the stadium honestly, because I’m such an old lady that I love to grab tea there when it’s cold! It’s also an easy place to find gluten free foods like salads and fruits! I love this post!