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Tempe Diablo Stadium

2200 West Alameda Drive, Tempe, Arizona, United States
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    Category: Do
    Address: 2200 West Alameda Drive
    Tempe
    Arizona
    85282
    United States
    Price Level: $$
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    1. Brett Heising Tempe Diablo Stadium
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      Accessible Seating 
      Seats are located at various locations throughout the stadium. Tickets may be purchased in advance through the ticket office. Call (480) 858-7575 for details. 

      Disabled Guest Drop-Off 
      Guests with disabilities can be dropped off at the grand entrance on the west side of the stadium. Accessible ramps are located at the west and south entrances to the stadium. There is a third ramp that is located near Section 12 that is used for exiting purposes only. 

      Guest Relations 
      The guest relations desk is located behind Section 12. Guests who have questions regarding lost & found, lost children or services for those with disabilities should visit the guest relations desk. Guests may also obtain general information, address concerns or offer suggestions at this location. 

      Wheelchairs 
      Diablo Stadium has a limited number of wheelchairs available to transport guests to their seats. Please contact guest services to arrange for wheelchair assistance. 

      – While the parking lot outside the stadium is organized to allow for plenty of individuals with accessible parking placards displayed on their cars to park close, there are not actually very many accessible spots.  In fact, I only counted three accessible spots in the entire lot.  As a result, I parked in a “regular” spot in the accessible lot which did not allow for much room on either side of my SUV.  

      – One of the nice features of Diablo Stadium is that there are ushers with golf carts who will assist guests up and down the large ramp outside the stadium in order to access the main entrance.  These carts can also carry some manual wheelchairs (if they fold) up and down the ramp.  There is no elevator from the parking lot to the main level of the stadium.  Please note that the ramp from the parking lot to the main entrance is at least 100 feet in length.  However, there are several flat areas on the ramp and room to rest if necessary.

      – The main entrance has turnstiles, which some wheelchairs will be able easily bypass.  However, individuals with power chairs may want to enter through the press gate which is immediately to the left of the main entrance.

      – There are numerous accessible seating sections within the stadium.  One thing to note is that all of the accessible seating along the first base line (sections 13-22) is in the shade.  Much of the accessible seating on the third base line is in the sun.  Obviously it can get very warm in the Arizona sun even on a mild afternoon.  One side note, sunscreen is sold at the Angels team shop which can be found on the main concourse along the first base line.  Accessible sections = 2-7,9,13,15-22.

      – There is one family restroom in stadium, behind section 6 along the third base line.  The other restrooms all have accessible stalls.

      – Almost all of the concession stands have at least partially lowered counter space for ordering. The concession stand behind section 10 right next to the main entrance has a lowered counter all the way around.

      – One other thing to note is that during the game the concourse areas can get very congested as people look for a place to avoid the sun.  The ushers do a good job of keeping at least part of the concourse clear for movement throughout the game.

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    2. leta Tempe Diablo Stadium

      Thank you for providing me with all the information regarding handicap facilities. It was clear, and easy to follow your directions. I feel confident I will be able to attend a few of your Spring training games with ease. I was afraid I would miss a few games and would not be able to watch my grandson play for the Angles. We are so glad he is now an Angle and hope to attend more games in Anaheim. Thank you again.

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