Vermont Lake Monsters
Ages: 0 and up
Cost: $8 reserved seating (sections A-D) | $7 Adult Gen. Admission (1st & 3rd base grandstand) |3rd base bleachers $10| Diamond Deck $15| $5 Senior (60+) | $5 Child (12 and under)
Parking: Yes - Stadium parking $3.00 per car. Additional free parking available in Trinity Campus parking lot at end of East Avenue.
Features: Snack Stand, Changing Tables, Restrooms
Centennial Field is home to the Vermont Lake Monsters Baseball team. They are the "Class A" short-season affiliate of the Washington Nationals. Their season runs from mid-June until early September. Check the schedule for this season's games. Many Sunday games start at 1:05 making it easy to enjoy America's favorite pastime with the whole family.
Champ Kid's Club - FREE!
- Free Admission to five (5) Vermont Lake Monsters home games during the 2013 regular season
- A Champ's Kids Club Membership Card
- An invitation to exclusive Kids Club events like a player autograph session and much more! (Events and dates TBD)
- The opportunity to be a part of the action and participate in on-field promotions
- Receive 10% off merchandise on Kids Club days at the ballpark
- A free game of mini golf or laser tag at Pizza Putt**
- A free fountain soda with food purchase at Pizza Putt**
**Limit one per person, per day.
Parking and Directions (*the onsite lot ususally fills up by 6:15)
From I-89, take exit 14W, past Sheraton Hotel, bear right onto East Avenue.
For free parking and shuttle service, take immediate left at first light, bearing on to Spear St. Free shuttle service runs from UVM's Gutterson Fieldhouse. It is no longer at UVM's Watertower, as there is construction going on this summer.
For limited stadium parking, continue to end of East Avenue, take right at light on Colchester Avenue to ballpark entrance. Stadium parking is $3.00 per car.
Additional free parking available in Trinity Campus parking lot at end of East Avenue.
Reviewed on 06/28/2008
"Take me out to a ballgame!" That is what we often hear from our kids. And if you do as well, then look no further than a Lake Monsters Game. This stadium gives you an almost nostalgic feeling about America's favorite pastime. This is a great family outing that hits it out of the park!
There are ample things to see and do to keep kids of all ages entertained. Inside the park there is the on-field, change of innings entertainment....more
Reviewed on 08/22/2013
The improvements that they made to the ballpark in the off season are great. We love the new seats as well as the picnic benches by left field.
Also our 9 year old daughter loved being part of Champ's Kids Club this summer. This free program got her free tickets to 5 specific games as well as other Kids Club exclusive events that happen before the gates open.
One great benefit of being able to enter before the gates...more
Reviewed on 08/22/2013
great evening of fun. kids got to meet champ and play in the bouncey house . love the updates theyve made.
Reviewed on 07/29/2010
I arrived at the game 45 minutes early to be turned away from the pay parking. The free Trinity lot was also full. The only other option was to be packed into a "shuttle," which was nothing more than a junky school bus. Being packed into a school bus with the unwashed masses [did not sound appealing], so we skipped the game. I hope they put the $19 I paid for tickets to good use. They will never get another cent from me.
Reviewed on 03/05/2010
Our family loves attending the Vt Lake Monsters games during the summer, in fact my daughter and husband have season tickets b/c they love it so much. It's a great outing without traveling very far - complete with entertainment from Champ and in between innings - contests and good food. There are pre-game activites - bouncy houses, pitching practice, etc. and usually some sort of free giveaway from the sponsor of that night. My daughter...more
Reviewed on 07/13/2009
How can you not love a Lake Monsters game! Fun entertainment - oh yea & a baseball game too! The kids love to watch Champ and are thrilled with all of the activities between innings! We saw the frisbee dogs & enjoyed free Ben & Jerry's during the peace & love themed game.
Reviewed on 05/29/2008
One of my favorite summer things to do is to take the kids to Centennial for a ballgame. The Sunday afternoon games are perfect for kids. Champ is there running around on his ATV and signing autographs. There are a few fun activities like guess the speed of your fastball and win a mini bat. The food is what you would expect...pizza, hot dogs, sausage, burgers, fries, etc. And oh yeah, there's a ballgame to watch. They do a decent job of...more