Shaw Park is located on Treaty One lands — the original territories of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.
From the great food at the concessions to the great seats that overlook the field, this state-of-the-art ballpark provides all the amenities of a first-class facility.
Located north of The Forks and Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and just a fly ball from the renowned intersection of Portage and Main, Shaw Park is equally accessible to vehicles and pedestrians alike. Its central location means fans will be able to arrive for the opening pitch and get home after the final pitch with little or no difficulty. That is, of course, if they choose to go home.
With both the historic Exchange District and St. Boniface within easy walking distance, a trip downtown to see the Goldeyes doesn’t have to end when the game does. Numerous restaurants and night clubs on both sides of the Red River, which flows by just beyond the outfield wall, await fans who aren’t quite ready to call it a night.
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An A-to-Z Guide to the Ballpark
Whether you’re a regular or making your first trip to Shaw Park, all the information you need can be found right here.
Path of Dreams at Shaw Park
Fans were able to become part of the ballpark’s history with an engraved paving brick to honour loved ones, commemorate special events, or promote their business. Part of the proceeds went toward the Field of Dreams Foundation.
Book this multi-use facility for your function, meetings, trade shows, movie shoots and wedding & group photo opportunities. The playing field is also available for baseball games, concerts and other outdoor sporting and entertainment events. More info…