|Grayson Stadium is one of the gems of minor league parks in the south. Set just outside the historic district of this beautiful city, the park fits in almost perfectly. The brick facade on the outside along with large weeping trees make for a very picturesque exterior. The inside is just as nice. A large covered grandstand contains much of the park's seating. There are also some bleacher seats along the third base side, and in left field (one of the few minor league parks with outfield seating). The concourse area is beneath the grandstand behind home plate. This is where the concession and souvenir stands are housed. The old football press box in right field has been turned into a bar area called the "Stadium Club". There are only about 500 box seats and about another 200 reserved. The rest is all General Admission which is perfectly fine as they all have backs. Prices are very affordable here, both for tickets and concessions. The between inning promotions are very similar to those which other teams do. They kept them to a minimum here, though, and the atmosphere here is definitely that of baseball. A great old park to take a game in at.