Parking near and around Baum Stadium is available for baseball season ticket holders who are Razorback Foundation members and have a hangtag designated for a specific area in each lot.
Public parking is available in designated areas in the Baum East Parking Lot (east of the Stadium). Baum East lot will open four (4) hours before first pitch.
Free public parking is also available in Lot 99 on Beechwood Avenue. Please note that there is an additional entrance/exit to Lot 99 off of Hollywood avenue. Lot 99 will open two (2) hours before first pitch. (View Parking Map PDF)
Parking is not permitted in the grass in front of Key Tronics EMS or in front of Shaver Foods. Violators will be ticketed and towed at the owners expense.
Gates will open two hours prior to the start of competition for the general public. The Player Pass Gate (Gate C) will open 2.5 hours prior to the game. Limited entry for suite holders and scouts is allowed beginning three hours prior to the start of competition at the Suite Gates only.
Re-entry is permitted at Baum-Walker Stadium with the appropriate re-entry hand stamp and ticket.
Food & Beverage
No outside food or beverages are permitted inside the ballpark, with the exception of the Hog Pen. There are concession stands located throughout the concourse on both the third and first base lines.
New in 2020: Beer and wine will be sold throughout the concourse in the main seating bowl area. Beer and wine will be sold until the top half of the 7th inning is over.
Hog Pen Policy
There is a clear bag exception in the Hog Pen for containers carrying food and beverages. Food items may be brought into the Hog Pen in coolers or disposable bags. Beverage items may be brought in a cooler. Personal bags with no food or beverage brought into the Hog Pen must follow the clear bag policy. Per previous guidelines, any coolers, bags or containers carrying food and beverages admitted at the Hog Pen gates must stay in the Hog Pen area and will not be allowed past the checkpoint into the regular seating bowl.
In the scenario a game is cancelled or moved due to inclement weather, season tickets, including suite tickets, for that date are null and void (i.e. you can’t exchange them in for a different date) if the game is played as part of another scheduled date. For example: If there is a doubleheader on Saturday after Friday is cancelled – game tickets for Friday will not grant you admission.
Single game tickets for games that are cancelled or moved to another date may be exchanged for another regular-season game (subject to ticket availability)
Promotions Booth + Fan Services
If you need assistance of any kind during your time at the ballpark, please contact your nearest usher. Fans in need of service (first-aid, issues inside the ballpark etc.) are encouraged to go to the Fan Services room located behind Section 105. Be sure to visit the promotions booth located on the concourse behind section 110 during each and every ballgame to sign up for in-game promotions, pick up giveaway items, stock up on season collateral and more. Pick up a ballpark button to celebrate a special occasion, commemorate your first visit to the ballpark, or to celebrate Razorback Baseball.
Parents/Guardians with a lost child should contact the nearest police officer or event staff member. If a child gets separated, he/she should notify the nearest police officer or event staff member. Lost children will be taken to the Fan Services office located on the concourse on the first base side of the Stadium behind section 105.
There is one merchandise stands inside Baum-Walker Stadium located on the concourse behind home plate. Official game programs are on sale via the Diamond Dolls, located at each gate throughout the concourse.
Will Call is located at the Razorback Ticket Office located near Baum-Walker Stadium’s Gate A. Photo identification must be presented in order to receive tickets. Will Call will open two hours prior to first pitch on game days.
Clear Bag Policy
Fans can bring in one (1) clear bag (no larger than 12” x 6” x 12”) AND one small clutch purse (no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”, the size of the palm of your hand, with or without a handle or strap). All bags and purses not meeting the above requirements will not be permitted. Although permitted, childcare items, including diapers, must also be carried in an approved clear bag.
The public entrances to Baum-Walker Stadium are located at Gates A, B, C and D. Gates A & B are located along the third base side and C & D along the first base side. Will call is located at Gate A at Baum-Walker Stadium. The player family pass gate is located at Gate C.
– Alcoholic beverages
– Baby seats
– Baby strollers
– Banners, sign
– Beach Balls
– Cameras (professional equipment or cameras with long telephoto lenses longer than six inches)
– Explosives. guns, knives, or weapons
– Laser pointers
– Pets (with exception of service animals used by disabled guests)
– Stadium seats with armrests and/or over 16 inches wide
– Video cameras
– Noisemakers of any type (i.e. bells, horns, whistles, etc.)
– Selfie Sticks
Point-and-shoot cameras are permissible. No video cameras, professional camera equipment or long telephoto lenses (longer than six inches) allowed.
Effective July 1, 2008 The University of Arkansas campus is tobacco free. This means no cigarettes, e-cigarettes, pipes, cigars, dip or chew anywhere on campus and includes no exiting for tobacco use outside Baum-Walker Stadium.
Emergency Contact Numbers
From a campus phone dial 9-911.
From a cell phone dial 911
UA Police Department: 479-575-2222
Fayetteville Police Department: 479-587-3520
Washington Regional Medical Center: 479-713-1000
UA Student Health Center: 479-575-4451
Hog Pen general admission tickets start at $8
To buy tickets or for more information, click here.
Group ticket rates in the Hog Pen are available starting with a minimum of 10 tickets. Group tickets must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance and are not available the day of the game. For more information on group tickets, contact the Razorback Ticket Center at 479-575-4831 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baum-Walker Stadium Quick Facts
Ranked The Best Ballpark in College Baseball
Opened in 1996, Baum-Walker Stadium remains one of the crown jewels of college baseball. It quickly became the model ballpark in college baseball and has withstood the test of time—with the help of some improvements over the years that have increased its seating capacity and the number of suites, as well as changing the playing surface from artificial turf to grass. Arkansas annually ranks near the top of college baseball’s attendance leaders and the Hog Pen picnic area in left field remains an iconic experience.