There are always a lot of bragging rights on the line when the RockHounds take on in-state rivals Frisco. The RockHounds and their fans hate losing to the RoughRiders, so don’t miss it when the RoughRiders come to town.
You won’t want to miss it when the RockHounds take on fellow Texas-based rivals San Antonio. There is always a lot at stake when these two rivals square off making each matchup between the RockHounds and Mission a must-see.
Midland RockHounds Tailgate Guide
Texans love to tailgate, and you’ll find lots of free parking outside Security Bank Ballpark meaning you’ll be in for a lot of pregame fun when attending a RockHounds game. Arrive early and take advantage of the large parking lots and free parking before the game. Set up the grill and crack open a few beers before entering the park for a fun afternoon of tailgating before the game.
Additionally, take some time to see some of the attractions outside the park before entering. The rock in front of the main entrance is believed to bring good luck to those who rub it, and you won’t want to miss the opportunity to see the championship plaques near the catcher statue.
Finally, if you’re a big high school football fan, make sure to sneak a peek at the high school football stadium located across the way from the ballpark. The stadium is quite impressive, so don’t miss it during your visit to Security Bank Ballpark.
You’ll have a great time tailgating and seeing the ballparks surroundings when attending a RockHounds game, so get here early and take it all in.
Rub the rock outside the main entrance of Security Bank Ballpark to bring good luck to yourself and the RockHounds. The rock comes from the excavation of the stadium and is believed to bring “fun and good times” to those who touch it before the game.
Check out the statue of a catcher and the championship plaques that accompany it. The plaques commemorate all the biggest achievements in RockHounds history including the club’s six Texas League titles making them a must-see for any RockHounds fan.
High school football is huge in Texas, and it’s no different in Midland where they have a massive high school football stadium right across from the minor league ballpark. Take some time before the game to check out the impressive stadium before making your way into the ballpark.
Where to tailgate
Free ParkingYou’ll find lots of free parking at a RockHounds game making it easy for you to find a place to park and set up a tailgate. Get here early and make the most out of your trip to Security Bank Ballpark.
Midland RockHounds Stadium Guide
If you’re looking for family entertainment in the Midland area, then you can’t beat attending a RockHounds game. RockHounds games feature tons of kids entertainment options including a splash pad, playground, basketball court, and youth baseball field. No matter what activities your kids enjoy they’ll likely find something to keep them busy when attending a RockHounds game.
Baseball fans will also enjoy attending a RockHounds game as it presents an excellent opportunity for you to see future MLB stars play before hitting it big. You may even be able to get the autographs of some future stars before the game as well. Additionally, if you’re a die-hard baseball fan, you’ll also love the tributes to former RockHound greats around ballpark including the banners celebrating the members of the RockHounds Hall of Fame.
Families and baseball fans alike will enjoy attending a RockHounds game, so get your tickets today.
Take the kids to the playground during the game to help them work off some excess energy. The playground is perfect for restless kids, so if you’re taking the kids to the game, stop by and check it out.
Those of you who want to shoot hoops during the game will be in luck as there is a full-size basketball court at Security Bank Ballpark. The basketball court is another great place for those of you who get restless during the game.
Check out the Midland RockHounds Hall of Fame banners hanging around the concourse. The banners honor the best players in the history of the club including Josh Donaldson, Jim Edmonds, and Fernando Valenzuela among others.
The Diamond Club is the best dining experience you'll find at Security Bank Ballpark. Here you’ll escape the Texas heat and enjoy a full meal and the game on TV making it an excellent place to eat and watch the game.
The Cork & Pig Tavern is a unique, chef driven blend of brick oven pizzas, gourmet salads, and an array of signature entrees, sandwiches, and mouth watering apps and sides. Complimented by our expansive wine selections, craft beers, and specialty cocktails, you're sure to find the Cork & Pig Tavern to be an exciting environment for friends and family to relax, laugh, and dine.