Lake Olmstead Stadium
|Location||78 Milledge Road
Augusta, GA 30904
|Owner||City of Augusta|
|Operator||Agon Sports and Entertainment|
|Field size||Left Field: 330 feet
Center Field: 400 feet
Right Field: 330 feet
|Broke ground||September 7, 1994|
|Opened||April 10, 1995|
|Construction cost||$3 million
($4.72 million in 2016 dollars)
|Structural engineer||Cranston Engineering Group PC|
|General contractor||R. W. Allen & Associates|
|Augusta GreenJackets (SAL) (1994–2017)|
It is primarily used for baseball, and was the home field of the Augusta GreenJackets Minor League Baseball team of the Class A South Atlantic League from 1994 to 2017. The GreenJackets played their final season at the stadium in 2017, as they will leave for the new SRP Park across the Savannah River in North Augusta, South Carolina, in 2018.
The stadium has nearly 1,000 box seats, 830 reserved seats and over 2,500 general admission seats. In 2006, the Budweiser Party Pavilion was built down the right field line. This new area can host picnics anywhere from 20 people to as many as 500 people.
Before the 2007 season, the Cintas Cool Zone was constructed and the Fun Zone playground area down the left-field line was revamped.
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