Posted by: twodogtales | August 18, 2010

Potomac Nationals Bark in the Park Sunday

The Potomac Nationals minor league baseball team (formerly the Prince William Cannons) are holding Bark in the Park Sunday, Aug. 21. Bring your dog to enjoy an afternoon of baseball and ballpark food as the Nationals take on the Winston-Salem Dash at 1:05 p.m.

I’m guessing the hot dogs and brats will prove more popular with your pooch than the pitching, but how often do you get to bring your dog to a professional (okay, semi-pro) sporting event? This is a great deal because:

1. There’s no limit on the number of dogs that can attend. If you try to go to the Washington Nationals’ Pups in the Park, there are only a set number of tickets in a single mezzanine section, and those “dog tickets” sold out right away for both games (the next one is Aug. 28). 

2. Potomac Nationals game tickets are cheap. They range from $8 to $14, and parking is $4 a car. A ticket to the Nationals dog-friendly game would have cost you $25, parking is scarce and expensive, and you can’t take your dog on Metro.

The game is at G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium at 7 County Complex Court, Woodbridge, VA 22192. The onsite ticket window opens at 10:00 a.m. Sunday.

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