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SRP Park

SRP Park

The GreenJackets Inaugural Season at SRP Park will take place in 2018, although the CSRA has fielded a team in the South Atlantic League since 1988 at Lake Olmstead Stadium and before that Heaton Field.

SRP Park is the anchor piece of Riverside Village, a live, work, "playball" development which includes apartment living, senior living, retail, restaurants, class "A" office space, and a Crowne Plaza Hotel and Conference Center.

SRP Park can hold up to 5,000 guests for GreenJackets games and for concerts or other events it can hold anywhere from 9,000-10,000. The GreenJackets going into their Inaugural Season sold out of 5 Premium Sections (Suites, VIP Loge Box Premier Box, 1st Base Club & 3rd Base Club) before the 2018 season got underway. SRP Park gives a luxury feel when it comes to baseball. With the different group options available like a Nightly Suite, 3rd-Base Concourse Suite, the E-Z-Go Picnic Patio or our dynamic seating options groups of 20 up to 350 can entertain clients, co-workers, family, and friends to a nice night of GreenJackets Baseball.

SRP Park is a state of the art baseball facility in MiLB. It comes with a 22'x42' LED dynamic Videoboard and two 6'x80' LED boards to enhance the overall fan experience while taking in either a GreenJackets game, concert, event, etc. SRP Park also has features such as, The TaxSlayer Terrace (elevated view to take in the game or to look out over the Savannah River), the Augusta University Health Kids Zone (equipped with multiple inflatables and attractions for kids to enjoy all while parents are able to still watch the game), a 360 wraparound concourse, the E-Z-Go Picnic Porch (houses up to 300 guests for group functions), and more state of the art locations to enhance the ultimate fan experience.

Before the move to SRP Park, the GreenJackets played at Lake Olmstead Stadium located in Augusta, GA. Built primarily as a baseball facility between 1994 and 1995, Lake Olmstead Stadium was transformed by the GreenJackets into a versatile entertainment center for the CSRA. With a seating capacity of 4,822, Lake Olmstead Stadium is the third smallest ballpark in the 16-team league.