Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs vs Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders
Rival Team: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders
You won’t want to miss it when the IronPigs take on in-state rivals Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The IronPigs and RailRiders home parks are separated by only 76 miles meaning you’ll find plenty of both teams fans at the game when these two square off. There is always a festive atmosphere whenever the IronPigs play the RailRiders making every matchup between these two Keystone State rivals a must-see.
Lehigh Valley IronPigs Tailgate Guide
From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, sports fans know how to tailgate, and it’s no different in Allentown. IronPigs fans show up early to grill out with their friends and polish off a few beers, so make sure to get to Coca-Cola Park early to take part in the fun.
At Coca-Cola Park, all the tailgating takes place in the general parking lots, which is great news for you as it means you won’t have to worry about spending a fortune to grill out with your friends and family. All you have to do is pay a few buck, and you’ll be able to break out the grill and tailgate right up until first pitch.
After the tailgate, make sure to go into the park through the main entrance in right field as it allows you to get a picture with the giant baseball in the cement as well as the opportunity to check out the Coca-Cola Park sign.
You’ll have a lot of fun tailgating at an IronPigs game as everyone here not only loves to tailgate they’re pros at it. You also won’t have to break the bank to tailgate in Allentown making it an excellent tailgating spot for any tailgating enthusiast.
Take a picture of yourself standing on the giant baseball at the Coca-Cola Park main entrance. The baseball is a can’t miss part of attending an IronPigs game, so stop by and check it out.
Where to tailgate
General ParkingTailgating at IronPigs games is only allowed in the general parking lots, which is good news as it means you won’t have to break the bank to have fun tailgating before the game. Just make sure to follow the rules and limit your tailgate set up one spot, and you’ll have a fantastic time grilling out with your fellow IronPigs fans before the game.
Lehigh Valley IronPigs Stadium Guide
You’ll have a blast attending a Lehigh Valley IronPigs game as they offer tons to see and do. An IronPigs game is chalked full of promotions and other in-game entertainment making a trip to Coca-Cola Park well worth your time.
One of the best parts of any IronPigs game is the Pork Racers. The Pork Racers consist of Diggity, Chris P. Bacon, and Hambone who race around the park between innings. The race features all kinds of shenanigans and is a fun part of any IronPigs game no matter what your age.
Coca-Cola Park also is home to a fantastic KidsZone that is the perfect place to take kids when they get restless. The Red Robin KidsZone features a play structure, activities, and more, which will keep your kids well entertained throughout the game.
Those of you who are more into the action on the diamond will also enjoy an IronPigs game as Coca-Cola Park offers several incredible ways to watch the game. The Pig Pen and Hot Corner both give you a field level view that you won’t want to miss out on, and the Bacon Strip is an excellent place to sit back and have a few drinks while watching the game.
Finally, baseball fans won’t want to miss the opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes at Coca-Cola Park. The Coca-cola Park Tour lasts approximately an hour and gives you a look at the press box, dugout, on deck circle, and more.
No matter what kind of in-game experience you’re looking for you’ll find it at Coca-Cola Park which offers something for everyone.
Don’t miss snapping a picture of the giant coke bottle on top of the scoreboard. The Coke bottle even shoots off fireworks after every IronPigs home run, which is a must-see when attending an IronPigs game.
Take a tour of Coca-Cola Park before the game to see what goes on behind the scenes. The 60-minute tour gives you a glimpse of the press box, clubhouses, dugouts, and more making it an excellent experience for any diehard IronPigs or baseball fan.
The Bacon Strip is located in the right field power alley and provides fans with bar seating making it the perfect place to drink a beer while watching the game. Those of you bringing a large group to the game will especially enjoy the Bacon Strip as it can accommodate groups of 20 or more.
If you’ve ever wanted to experience what it’s like to watch the game from the bullpen at Coca-Cola Park, then the Pig Pen is just the thing for you. The Pig Pen provides you with a field level view right next to the bullpen as well as all in-seat food and drinks making it the premier way to watch a game at Coca-Cola Park.
The Hot Corner provides a one of a kind view of the game as it puts you field level along the third base line. If you want to experience this unique way to watch the game, then reserve the Hot Corner today.
Pick up a souvenir from the Majestic Clubhouse Store during your visit to Coca-Cola Park. The Majestic Clubhouse Store is home to a wide selection of IronPigs merchandise so no matter what you’re looking for you’ll likely find it here.
Those of you who want to stay up to date with other sports action and social media will want to stop by PorkCenter. Here you’ll find a quad-screen providing you with all the info you want as well as the ability to interact with the IronPigs both in-person and through social media.
Take the kids to the Red Robin KidsZone in left field to help them work off all their excess energy. The Red Robin KidsZone is home to a playground as well as a variety of kids games and activities making it the perfect place to tire out the kids before the game starts.
Keep an eye out for FeRROUS and FeFe when attending an IronPigs game. FeRROUS and FeFe put on an excellent show at every IronPigs game, and you won’t want to miss your chance to give them a high-five when you pass them on the concourse.
One of the most entertaining parts of attending an IronPigs game is the Pork Racers. The wacky race ran by Diggity, Chris P. Bacon, and Hambone is a must-see, so make sure to stay in your seat when you hear the race is starting.