Southwest University Park is located in downtown El Paso meaning you’ll find lots to see and do before a Chihuahuas game. Downtown El Paso is home to a variety of restaurants and museums that will keep you more than entertained before the game.

Best of all though is that if you want to see some excellent artwork, you won’t have stray from the ballpark. Southwest University Park features several pieces of art and has two outside the park that are displayed prominently. The clock tower is home to a must-see stained glass mural, and any longtime baseball fan will enjoy “Not Whole Fence,” which calls back to baseball’s olden days.

If you’re looking for a place to park and have a small tailgate or picnic, then you can’t beat either the lot at Main & Santa Fe or the lot on San Antonio Ave. Both parking lots are located close to the stadium, so you won’t have to walk far and offer enough space for you to hang out with friends and family before the game.

You’ll have an excellent time exploring downtown El Paso and the exterior of Southwest University Park, so arrive early and take it all in before the game.


Not Whole Fence

Make sure to see “Not Whole Fence” by Ball-Nogues Studios. The piece of art is designed to look like an old wood fence and harkens back to baseball’s early days when fans would peer through holes in the fence to watch the game.

Clock Tower

Take a peek at the beautiful clock tower before entering the ballpark. The clock tower features a gorgeous mural and the clock from the Insight Museum, so don’t miss checking out this beautiful ballpark feature when attending a Chihuahuas game.

Where to tailgate

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