Smokies Stadium in Kodak, Tennessee has been the home of the Tennessee Smokies since 2000. The 6,412-seat ballpark cost $19.4 million to build and replaced Bill Meyer Stadium in Knoxville. Smokies Stadium is 330 ft to left field, 400 ft to center field, and 320 ft to right field.
Since opening, Smokies Stadium has undergone a few renovations. In 2008, a new 36 ft by 17 ft HD-X LED video board was installed. A few years later, Calhoun’s at the Yard opened in left field in 2014, and most recently, Pioneer Porch was added to right field in 2015.
The Smokies set their home attendance record at Smokies Stadium on May 13, 2017, when 7,958 packed the stands to cheer on the Smokies against the Montgomery Biscuits on Star Wars Night.