1. Ben Cheney Statue
The Rainiers have a statue of Ben Cheney who helped bring a team to Tacoma. The statue is seated behind home plate and presents an excellent photo op for any Rainiers fan.
2. Family Pavilion
Those of you taking the kids to the game will want to stop by the Family Pavilion. The Family Pavilion features a playground and wiffle ball field and is the perfect place for kids to play during the game.
3. Bullpen Lounge
Located below the outfield party deck, the Bullpen Lounge gives fans a field-level view of the action. If you’ve ever wanted to watch the game like an outfielder, then the Bullpen Lounge is just the spot for you.
4. Rhubarb the Reindeer
Keep an eye out for the Rainiers beloved mascot Rhubarb the Reindeer. Rhubarb is a big part of every Rainiers game and gets into all kinds of shenanigans making him a must-see.
5. Left Field Party Decks
If you’re entertaining a large group at Cheney Field, then you can’t beat the Left Field Party Decks. The Party Decks can accommodate between 50 and 700 people and offer some of the best views in the ballpark.
6. Kids Run the Bases
After Saturday and Sunday games, kids can run the bases at Cheney Stadium. If you’re bringing the kids to a weekend game, then make sure to stick around and run the bases after the game.
7. Coors Light Landing
The Coors Light Landing is located above the bullpens in the outfield and provides a fantastic view of the field as well as Mt. Rainier. You’ll also find a great selection of craft beers here as well, so stop by and pick one up during your visit to Cheney Stadium.