You won’t want to miss it when the Clippers and Mud Hens square off. Not only are both Ohio-based teams members of the West Division the two teams are affiliates of the rival Indians and Tigers making each matchup between these two a hotly contested one. You’ll have the opportunity to see future and current division rivals square off when attending a Clippers-Mud Hens game, so make sure to get your tickets when the Mud Hens come to Columbus.
The Indianapolis Indians are another division rival of the Clippers, and as a result, there is always a lot at stake when the Indians and Clippers play. You won’t want to miss important games down the stretch between these two longtime rivals making a Clippers-Indians game the perfect time to take in a game at Huntington Park.
Columbus Clippers Tailgate Guide
Huntington Park is located in the center of Columbus’s Arena District providing you with plenty of pre-game entertainment. Before the game take some time to explore the Arena District and stop by one of the many great restaurants and bars here. The nearby Park Street Tavern is a great place to grab a drink as it hosts special Clippers tailgates parties and is where you can find lots of Clippers fans on game days.
One great part of pregaming in the Arena District is that you can find parking for as little as $3. That’s right it’ll only cost your $3 to park your car and experience everything the Arena District and downtown Columbus has to offer.
Those of you attending a Friday night Clippers game will want to take advantage of the food and drink deals at the Party at the Park. Located on the right field plaza at Huntington Park, the Part at the Park features live music and drink deals making it one of the best places to hang out before Friday night games.
Lastly, take a minute to stop by the Harold Cooper statue before entering the stadium. The statue has several plaques dedicated to the history of baseball in Columbus and honors the former International League President making it a can’t miss.
You’ll have a great time pregaming before a Clippers game, so arrive early and take in all the sights and sounds of the Arena District.
If you’re attending a Friday or Saturday Clippers game, then make sure to check out Party at the Park. Party at the Park is located in the right field plaza, and features live music making it a great place to stop by before the game.
Stop by and snap a picture with the Harold Cooper Statue before the game. The statue is located outside the center field entrance and honors the former International League President, so make sure to check it out before entering Huntington Park.
Arena DistrictEnjoy the Arena District during before heading into Huntington Park. The Arena District is full of a variety of restaurants and bars making it the perfect place to hang out before the game.
Park Street TavernThose of you who want to hit up the bars before the game need to look no further than the Park Street Tavern. The Park Street Tavern is located within walking distance to Huntington Park and is packed full of Clippers fans on game days making it the perfect place to grab a few drinks before the game.
Columbus Clippers Stadium Guide
A Columbus Clippers game gives you the chance to see future Cleveland Indians take the field making a trip to Huntington Park a must for any Indians fan in the Columbus area. The action on the field at Clippers games is always top-notch, and the Clippers have been one of the most successful teams in Triple-A over the years winning ten league titles since 1977.
The team on the field isn’t the only must-see part of a Clippers game. The Left Field Building is chalked full of in-game entertainment options as it’s home to the AEP Power Pavilion, Hall of Fame Bar, The Clippers Craft House, and more. If you want to get the most out of your trip to Huntington Park, then take some time to explore the Left Field Building before or after the game.
Finally, since the Clippers are a minor league team, there will be plenty of fun in-game entertainment and promotions. The Clippers mascots Krash and LouSeal get into all kinds of antics throughout the game making them a can’t miss part of any game, and you won’t want to miss any of the other promotions taking place at the park.
You’ll have a fun time watching future Indians players and in-game entertainment at a Clippers game, so start planning your trip to Columbus today.
Located on top of the Left Field Building, the AEP Power Pavilion is the perfect place to host a party and take in a game at Huntington Park. The AEP Power Pavilion is open to the public when it isn’t reserved by a group and is home to Quencher Corner on Thursday nights. If you want to experience the AEP Power Pavilion, then attend a game on Thursday nights as Quencher Corner gives you an opportunity to not only experience the pavilion but to also take part in a variety of fun games and promotions.
The Hall of Fame Bar is located on the second floor of the Left Field Building and is home to a full-service bar. If you’re looking to grab a drink during the game, there is no better place to do so than the Hall of Fame Bar.
Make sure to pick up a souvenir from the Clippers Cargo Souvenir Store. A souvenir is a perfect way to commemorate your trip, and the Clippers Cargo Souvenir Store is home to all kinds of Clippers merchandise ranging from t-shirts to caps to jerseys and much more.
Craft beer lovers will want to stop by The Clippers Craft House on the third floor of the Left Field Building. The Clippers Craft House features craft beers from all over the country giving you the perfect opportunity to try a variety of craft brews.
Krash and LouSeal are the official mascots of the Columbus Clippers and are a can’t miss part of any Clippers game. Krash and LouSeal get into shenanigans all throughout the game, so keep your eyes peeled for them as you never know what they’ll do next.