Stay with us when visiting Blair County Ball Park



Opened on April 15, 1999, Blair County Ballpark is widely considered by fans, players, baseball executives and media as one of the finest minor league baseball facilities in America. Located just off Interstate 99 in Altoona, the ballpark features a beautiful brick exterior and the design is modeled after a railroad roundhouse to tie in the industry which helped found the city of Altoona, and is still very much present to this day. The inside of Blair County Ballpark features just over 7,200 fixed seats between two levels. The double-deck layout of the seating section allows for expansive lower and upper concourses, giving fans plenty of space to walk around the ballpark without having to fight through a stationary crowd of people. The "Skyliner" roller coaster from neighboring Lakemont Park and the scenic Allegheny Mountains add to the overall beauty of Blair County Ballpark.
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The Blue Lantern
●   15 Miles -  25 Minutes away.
327 High Street
Williamsburg, PA 16693
814-937-1823
Email: KarynSue89@yahoo.com
3 Rooms ● Rates -
●   Located just off US Rt. 22 on Rt. 866, in historic Williamsburg, offers 2 guest rooms, a cozy sun porch, and spacious outdoor porches that overlook the spring. Enjoy a full country breakfast before seeing the local attractions!
The Noon-Collins Inn
●   23 Miles -  24 Minutes away.
114 East High Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931
814-472-4311   Check Availability
Email: lhripley@pennswoods.net
6 Rooms ● Rates $80.00 - $90.00
●   This full-service Bed and Breakfast is a two-diamond AAA-rated Inn offering six distinguished lodging accommodations in the heart of picturesque Ebensburg. The Noon-Collins Inn is a convenient stay for guests visiting St. Francis University in Loretto.