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Fox Cities StadiumWisconsin Timber Rattlers

2400 N Casaloma Drive, Appleton, WI, 54912
    The Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium is home to the Midwest League's baseball team the Wisconsin Tiber Rattlers. The stadium opened in 1995 after a little over six months of construction with initial construction costs of about $5.5 million. The stadium is located in Appleton, Wisconsin and the ballpark's field uses a natural grass playing surface. The stadium has a current seating capacity of up to 5,900 people and the stadium has a permanent lighting system in order to accommodate night games. The stadium was previously known as Fox Cities Stadium and Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium. Renovations to the stadium took place in 2012. There is a large scoreboard in the outfield and restrooms and concessions available on site.

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    Venue

    • Fox Cities Stadium
      2400 N Casaloma Drive   Appleton, WI 54912
      Call at (920)733-4152

    Venue Details

    • 1995
    • $55000000
    • Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
    • Outdoor
    • Unknown
    • No
    • No
    • Grass
    • 5500

    Dimensions

    • 325Feet
    • 400Feet
    • 325Feet
  • ATMs

    Gates

  • Parking:

    • Stadium - Public

      • $5
      • Yes
    • Stadium - RV Parking

      • $10
      • Yes
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  • Policies

    General Info

    • Y
    • All entrants are subject to inspection
    • N

    Carry-In Restrictions

    • Sealed bottles only
    • Permitted
    • Not Allowed
    • Not Allowed
    • Not Allowed

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