About Dow Diamond
Dow Diamond is the state-of-the-art facility for the Great Lakes Loons. Centrally located in downtown Midland, Michigan, the stadium is easily accessible from Bay City, Saginaw, and the rest of the Great Lakes Bay Region. While your first visit to Dow Diamond may be for the excellent baseball games, you’ll want to come back for the experience. Dow Diamond events, food, and the community of fans make the stadium a winning destination for your family, group, corporate event, date night, or special occasion.
The state-of-the-art facility is home to the Great Lakes Loons, Class A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Loons played their inaugural game at Dow Diamond on April 13, 2007. Over 324,000 fans flocked to Dow Diamond that first season, and over 2 million total since.
Dow Diamond has established itself as one of the premier minor league stadiums in the country, earning several awards in the process.
14th out of 160 MiLB teams - Stadium Journey's Ballpark Experience Rankings (2016)
A Diamond Indeed - Stadium Journey Review (2015)
Best Ballpark in Michigan - Stadium Journey (2012)
Ballpark Review - Baseballparks.com
Best New Ballpark of 2007 - Baseball Digest
• 12 Suites
• 2 Fireplaces
• 2 Outfield Firepits
• 20,000 Square Feet of Enclosable Event Space
• 31' x 80' LED Video Board
• 168 Solar Panels
• Lou E's Lookout Kids Play Area
• Wi-Fi Internet Access Throughout Stadium
Directions from the South (Saginaw):
I-75 N to US 10 W. Take the M-20/US-10 BUS exit on the LEFT toward DOWNTOWN MIDLAND. Merge onto US-10 W/MI-20 W. (also known as Indian St.) Turn LEFT onto State Street. The entrance to the stadium is located at the intersection of Ellsworth and State Streets.
Directions from the East (Bay City):
Take M25 - which becomes US 10 W. Take the M-20/US-10 BUS exit on the LEFT toward DOWNTOWN MIDLAND. Merge onto US-10 W/MI-20 W. (also known as Indian St.) Turn LEFT onto State Street. The entrance to the stadium is located at the intersection of Ellsworth and State Streets.
Directions from the North (Clare):
Take 27 to US-10 East toward Midland. Take the Bay City Road exit. Go East on Bay City Road. Merge onto US-10 West. Take the MI-20 / US-10-BUS exit on the LEFT toward DOWNTOWN MIDLAND. Merge onto US-10 BR W / MI-20 W. Turn LEFT onto State Street. The entrance to the stadium is located at the intersection of Ellsworth and State Street.
Directions from the West (Mt. Pleasant):
Take M20 to Main Street in Midland. Turn RIGHT on Main Street until it intersects with State Street (Main Street ends). Turn left and enter the stadium at the intersection of Ellsworth and State Street (one block down).
More than a mere stadium open during baseball season, Dow Diamond has facility rentals built to handle numerous events and gatherings held year-round. You may be surprised to learn of our elegant rooms, designed to host and impress a range of guests, from an intimate gathering to a reception for 1,000 people.
Additionally, our catering company will gladly furnish extensive menus and drink options to meet the needs of every guest. From the experienced management team to the spectacular views, your guests or clients will be impressed with the outcome.
Besides using our facility rentals, people also can make reservations at the Tri-Star Club for a premier experience. This club comprises the entire suite level and includes the following:
- A full-service bar for games and other occasions
- Single-game table reservations for four people ($80 per table)
- 28 full-season tickets on a private balcony
- Retractable glass doors for an open-air experience at games
A hot dog at the ballpark is a pleasant tradition for some fans, but you may be looking for something more. If so, do your taste buds a favor and check out our outstanding stadium menus. Pulled pork and beef brisket sandwiches are available to satisfy your BBQ cravings. We also have a tasty selection of prime rib sandwiches, Philly cheesesteaks, bratwurst, and Mexican fare on the menu.
There is truly something for every palate at Dow Diamond. If you don’t enjoy traditional stadium cuisine, visit the International Wok for a delicious Asian-inspired meal. Fans seeking lighter options can always enjoy wraps or fresh fruit and vegetable cups. For dessert, we offer hand-dipped ice cream and fresh strawberry shortcakes.
With a modern sensibility, Dow Diamond has enough bells and whistles to ensure maximum comfort for your trip to the ballpark. Relax knowing that we have the technology you demand, as well as the style and charm to put a smile on your face. Our amenities include:
- 12 suites
- 2 fireplaces
- 2 outfield firepits
- 20,000 square feet of enclosable event space
- 31 x 80-foot LED video board
- 168 solar panels
- Lou E’s Lookout kids’ play area
- Wi-fi internet access throughout the stadium
Whether you are ready to cheer on the Loons or coming for a special event, parking is plentiful at our stadium. We offer approximately 700 parking spaces on-site, priced at $5 per space. You also can search out approximately 2,000 spaces in the immediate vicinity, many of which are free.
Are you looking into purchasing game tickets? Wondering about Lou E. Loon, our lovable mascot? Learn the answers to these questions and more in our A-Z stadium guide. We’ve got all the information you need, from what radio stations carry our games to rescheduling in the event of a rainout. You can even discover how to write fan letters to your favorite Loons players!
With such areas as the Northern Lights Pavilion, the Shoreline Box, and Lasorda’s Landing, finding the right location at Dow Diamond is never a problem. Locate the best place for you and your guests to enjoy a game with our helpful seating chart.
Our goal is to ensure all guests feel welcome and have an enjoyable experience at Dow Diamond. Therefore, we offer accessible services to accommodate visitors with disabilities or other special needs. We partnered with the Disability Network in the Great Lakes Bay Region to ensure the stadium met and exceeded requirements established by the Americans with Disabilities Act during the initial construction and continue to work with them as accessibility guidelines changes.
Baseball has always been known as “America’s Pastime,” a cornerstone of our communities, and perhaps the gold standard in athletic achievement. As a crown jewel of the Great Lakes Bay Region, Dow Diamond shines brightly.
We are dedicated to making sure you enjoy this remarkable experience. We gladly welcome first-time visitors as well as long-time friends and patrons. Let our gorgeous facility put a sparkle in your eye. Please contact us for club info, assistance with any questions or specific needs, or to plan your private event – we’ll be happy to help you. And you can buy Great Lakes Loons tickets online.