Summer in Laramie, Part 4 – Take Me Out The Ball Game!

We all know America’s favorite summer pastime is grabbing a hot dog, some popcorn or a box of Cracker Jack and watching the ball game, Laramie WY is no exception. In Laramie us summer residents, ie. townies, are lucky because if you are a baseball lover there are many options to enjoy America’s favorite game.

To begin one of the best ways to catch a game is head over to one of the many sports bars around Laramie, (The Library and Lovejoys are my favorite) sit back, order a cold one and enjoy your favorite team play ball.

Now if you just have a love of the game and not a love of a team then I would strongly recommend that you get a group of friends together, or just yourself and head down to the Laramie Colts Game. The Laramie Colts are a collegiate baseball team in their second season here in Laramie. The club team brings college level players to Laramie from all over the country and the games are fun for the whole family. Tickets are priced from $3 to $5 for a single game and season and multiple games packs are available. For more information about the Laramie Colts visit the website here or check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

The final option for enjoying the game is heading down to Denver to catch a Rockies game at Coors Field. The Colorado Rockies formed in 1996 and have been given baseball fans a place to root ever since. The drive to Coors Field will take a little over 2 hours but it is well worth the drive to experience a Major League Baseball Game. Tickets can very in price but if you just want the experience of being at a major league game pick up some Rock Pile Tickets for $5 and enjoy the game. For more information about the Rockies click here or to order tickets clickhere.

Well there you have it, part 4 of my top things to do in Laramie, Wyoming. Until next time, avoid any work and enjoy the Wyoming summer!

By-

Branden Hayes Senior at UW - Energy Resource Science. From Pueblo, CO

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