Road Trip 2009

Coors Field:  Denver, Colorado

Coors Field baseball stadium opened in 1995, adding a venue for baseball to the Mile High City. Home base for the Colorado Rockies, the stadium seats 50,455 fans. The Rockies, part of the National League, are one of the youngest teams in Major League Baseball. Until the Rockies made it to the World Series in 2007, most games did not sell out, with the exception of the popular July 4th game with fireworks.


Coors Field, located at 20th and Blake streets, anchors Denver's LoDo (Lower Downtown) district. Coors Field is easily accessible from I-25 or Speer Blvd. Coors Field is also a short walk from Union Station, which is the last stop for Line C of the Light Rail. Many bars and restaurants are located near Coors Field for a pre-game meal or a post-game celebration.

Coors Field
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205

Game Days:


  • Seating
    Coors Field features five seating levels: the main concourse, the mezzanine, the club level, the suite level and the upper concourse. Bleacher seats nicknamed the "Rockpile" are also available in center field.
  • Security
    All visitors to Coors Field must pass through security checks. Hard-sided containers such as coolers are not allowed, but soft-sided containers such as backpacks up to 16" x 16" x 8" are permitted. Fans are allowed to bring food and beverages to Coors Field, but alcohol is prohibited.


  • Concessions
    A Rockies game is not complete without a Rockies dog, a foot-long beef hot dog smothered in your choice of condiments. Other concessions such as pizza, nachos, beer and ice cream are available at Coors Field.
  • Restrooms
    Coors Field maintains 29 men's restrooms, 32 women's restrooms, and nine family restrooms throughout the ballpark. All restrooms have diaper-changing stations and are accessible to people with disabilities.
  • Smoking
    Smoking is prohibited in Coors Field, except in designated smoking areas marked by yellow lines.

Other Important Info:
  • For baseball fans on a budget, Rockpile tickets are available for $4. There is a limit of four tickets per person per game.
  • Baseballs go further at high altitude because the air is thinner. A baseball will travel 9 percent farther at 5,280 feet than at sea level.
  • Look for the purple row of seats in the 20th row of the upper deck. The purple row marks 5,280 feet of elevation, otherwise known as a mile above sea level.

Coors Field