Prasco remains committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for persons who visit our facility, Prasco employees, volunteers, and baseball players. Please read our Code of Conduct, which promotes an enjoyable, family-friendly environment.
Along with the Code of Conduct, please read the following items that concern the safety and enjoyment of all persons at Prasco Park.
PLEASE NOTE - ROCK THE PARK will have additional restrictions. Please check out our Rock the Park information page prior to your arrival.
An inherent risk of exposure to coronavirus exists in any place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
By visiting Prasco Park, you understand and voluntarily accept all risks of being exposed to other people and the potential for disease.
We strongly urge all athletes, coaches and visitors to take precautions to protect their health and the safety of others.
We encourage you to continue to check this page and the Responsible Restart Ohio website for the most up-to-date information and guidance.
As we navigate through this unprecedented time as responsibly as we can, we have implemented a number of new safety measures based on guidance from health authorities, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and appropriate government agencies.
For the convenience of our guests requiring special assistance, Prasco has an elevator located in its right field grandstand. Accessible seating is also available in the first- and third-base entry wells at Prasco Park. Please see a Prasco Park staff member for special seating assistance.
Vehicles displaying a valid accessible placard or valid accessible license plate will be permitted to park in handicap accessible parking spaces as available. Please make sure your placard is visible for security.
Dogs and other animals are not allowed on the Prasco campus. Service animals are permitted, provided the animal is performing the work or task it is trained to do. A service animal will be removed if the animal is out of control and the animal's handler does not take effective action to control it; a service animal will also be removed if it is not housebroken (Americans with Disabilities Act § 35.136).
Alcohol and Tobacco
Prasco's campus has been designated as a smoke-free property under Ohio Law (Revised Code § 3794). Therefore, Prasco Park staff are obligated to ensure that smoking, which includes the use of tobacco, vapor devices, and E-cigarettes, does not occur anywhere at Prasco Park.
Prasco Park guests are prohibited from possessing alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs/substances, and glass bottles. Guests who seem intoxicated or otherwise impaired by drugs/alcohol will be denied entry into or removed from Prasco Park.
Children under 10 years of age shall not be left alone at Prasco Park. No parent shall drop off a child less than 14 years of age without another parent or guardian present. Any child found unattended will be will be reunited with his/her parent or guardian or contact will be made to law enforcement in an effort to reunite the child with his/her parent or guardian.
Possession of firearms, deadly weapons, dangerous ordinance or other items that can cause injury is strictly prohibited. This prohibition also applies to those who possess valid CCW licenses.
First Aid, including Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), can be found at the Prasco Park press box or by contacting a Security Team member.
Guests should report missing persons to any staff member or law enforcement officer. Subsequently, efforts will be taken to locate and reunite the missing person with the reporting party. To assist with missing children, parents can stop at either the Intentional Walk Trailer or see a Security Team member to pick up a wristband for their children to wear during their visit. Parents can fill in their name, their child's name, and their phone number to assist Security in the reunification process.
For your safety, we ask that no one enters a pond, walks on the rocks around our ponds or goes beyond the signage at each pond indicating no fishing or swimming.
Stepping or standing on ballpark seats and sitting on walls/fences may lead to serious bodily injury and is prohibited. Additionally, guests should refrain from standing in: aisles; stairwells; mulch beds/plant beds; or other areas that block access and can interfere with guest viewing.
For additional information, please review our seating accommodations.
Lost and Found
Guests may inquire about lost and found articles by calling Prasco’s main office (513) 618-3333 Monday thru Friday between 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
Prasco is not responsible for any items left on premises.
To review of a full list of what items are permitted and prohibited at Prasco Park, please visit our What to Bring page.
Weather can affect the start and/or continuation an event or a game.
Should severe weather become imminent or occur, guests must follow safety instructions, which will likely require guests to move--in a quick and orderly manner--to their vehicles for shelter. Please plan to seek shelter in your car should severe weather threaten. During a weather emergency, all guests are asked to quickly adhere, in an orderly manner, to the instructions provided.
By attending an event on Prasco's campus, Prasco shall have unrestricted rights and license to use the attendees' name, image, likeness and other personal information taken in connection with the event for any purpose, including, but not limited to, marketing materials, outreach programs, videos, publications, and social media.