Lake Olmstead Stadium

Arena: Lake Olmstead Stadium
Capacity: 4,822
Playing Surface: Grass
Dimensions: 330-400-330
Physical Address: Lake Olmstead Stadium, 78 Milledge Road, Augusta, Ga. 30904

Directions to Lake Olmstead Stadium:

From Columbia County, GA (Interstate 20): 

Take Exit 199 (Washington Road, Augusta, GA) and head towards downtown Augusta. Take the exit towards Broad Street, keep left at the fork following the sign for Broad Street. Make a left at the first light (Milledge Road). The stadium will be on your right (0.3 miles).

From Aiken, SC or Downtown Augusta, GA:

Follow US 1 towards Augusta (Cross Savannah River into Georgia). Take Broad Street ramp towards Downtown. Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Broad Street. Follow Broad Street for 3 miles. Turn right on Milledge Road. The stadium will be on your right (0.3 miles).

Lake Olmstead Stadium has housed Jaguar Baseball games since the early 2000s and has been the home stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets, the local minor league affiliate.

Built primarily as a baseball facility between 1994 and 1995, Lake Olmstead Stadium has been transformed into a versatile entertainment center for Augusta and the surrounding communities. With a seating capacity of 4,822, Lake Olmstead Stadium is the third smallest ballpark in the 16-team league.

The stadium seats have nearly 1,000 box seats, 830 reserved seats and over 2,500 general admission seats. In 2006, the 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.

Since 2006 Lake Olmstead Stadium has seen a renovation of the Kid's Zone, the construction of the Cintas Cool Zone and the installation of six huge industrial fans in the rafters which provides more fan comfort.

Lake Olmstead Stadium has been the site of events associated with The Masters golf tournament, many concerts, high school baseball games and other special events like the Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk.

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Courtesy MILB

Courtesy Augusta Chronicle