The pool at Las Vegas Ballpark is proving to be a popular draw among fans, with the Las Vegas Aviators (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) receiving high demand for the space.
Las Vegas Ballpark opened in April with several notable features, including an outfield pool area that is located beyond the center-field wall. The space is rented out to groups by the Aviators, and it has been met with a strong reception during the ballpark’s inaugural season.
With remaining games in 2019 already sold out, the Aviators are reportedly already receiving inquiries about renting the pool in future seasons. In a ballpark that features plenty of distinct amenities, the pool has proven to be particularly successful. More from the Las Vegas Sun (story originally appeared in Las Vegas Weekly):
Since opening in April, the 10,000-seat, $150 million Downtown Summerlin ballpark has become one of the places to be—and to be seen—in the Vegas Valley. The pool area, officially known as Desert Ford Dealers Pool, is no different.
T.J. Thedinga, an Aviators ticket sales executive, says the pool sold out months ago for the remaining home series, and fans are already requesting reservations for next year. At least one person even inquired about 2021.
The pool, located just beyond the center field fence, measures just 3.6-feet at its deepest, but the space can accommodate up to 50 people. It runs $2,000 to rent for one game with tickets included, though food and drinks cost extra.
Las Vegas Ballpark is located in Summerlin–a master-planned community outside of Las Vegas–and is positioned near a slate of amenities that includes Downtown Summerlin, City National Arena, and the Red Rock Casino complex. We visited the facility earlier this season, noting the attention to detail in its design, sleek grandstand design, and solid location.