Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
1000 Ballpark Way, Arlington, TX, USA
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Reviews
An okay ballpark, but not going out of your way to see it Sep 26, 2013
Located in the city of Arlington, the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is an okay ballpark in itself. But is it worth going out of your way for it?
Starting with the city itself, which is located between Dallas and Fort Worth. It can only be reached by car or taxi, as there is no public transportation there. So it can only be reached by car or taxi, both of which, can get expensive. Plus the farther away you park, the more likely you pay less for parking. You just have to look for the cheaper lots.
Rangers Ballpark opened in 1994, and does not have much of a history. And really, there is not much else to it. There are a group of girls, who wave the Texas flags whenever the Rangers score, behind the center field wall, in a section called Greene’s Hill.
Another problem is that it does not have a roof. So watching a game during the summer, can be just downright unbearably hot and humid.
Rangers Ballpark does look nice, looking like one of those retro ballparks. And it’s a good place to watch a game. But that’s about it. Overall, it is really nothing special, when compared to other ballparks.
So I would say, not really worth going out of your way to see, especially if money is tight or if you don’t drive at all.
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