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Applebee's Park

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Applebee's Park

The 13.5 million dollar state-of-the-art Applebee's Park is the perfect blend of a classic baseball stadium design and Kentucky inspired architecture. The venue, which seats more than 6,000 people, is built for family fun with special seating and eating areas to accommodate fans of all ages. There are 5,061 seats in padded and non-padded permanent chairs, 500 seats in permanent bleachers and two lawn-seating areas that will accommodate at least 1,000 people. Additionally, Applebee's Park is 100% compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act offering 58 wheelchair accessible and companion seats.

Restrooms are conveniently located throughout Applebee's Park. There are men's and women's restrooms located on both the first and third base sides of the main concourse, in the Maker's Mark Club, on the Pepsi Party Deck, in the Budweiser Stables, and two sets of restrooms on the Luxury Suite Level. Additionally, there is a private family restroom located in the First Aid room on the third base side of the main concourse, near the kids' play area.

Applebee's Park features a state-of-the-art video replay board, 26 luxury suites, a reserved-seating picnic area, a general admission picnic area, a private family restroom, a kids' play area, complete with a carousel. Applebee's Park is located 1-1/2 miles from the I-75/I-64 interchange, just 1/4 mile from Lexington's New Circle (4) Road, and only 1-1/2 miles from the heart of Downtown Lexington.

Located in right centerfield, the 14' x 17' RainbowWall LED video display and scoreboard is the focal point of the stadium. The landmark structure is nearly 90 feet tall and 70 feet wide featuring "horse farm cupolas" and a five-foot analog clock, reminiscent of Wrigley and Crosley Fields. The display system includes a text message center, auxiliary signs, advertising displays, and a Quick Pitch (tm) speed-of-pitch display. The text message center provided by Trans-Lux Sport is a SpectraLens (tm) unit equipped with multiple zoning capabilities. The display is used to show game-in-progress information and out-of-town scores, as well as advertising for upcoming events and general information.

Applebee's Park has two primary concession stands, one on each side of the main concourse and a secondary "sweet shop" on the third base side. In total, there are 41 concession points-of-sale sufficient to accommodate as many as 8,200 fans.

Applebee's Park
207 Legends Lane
Lexington, KY 40505