Tickets for Cotuit Kettleers Games
Good News: No tickets are needed. Admission is FREE!
However, we do pass the kettle for donations, as the Cotuit Athletic Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, staffed 100% by unpaid volunteers. We are funded solely by private donations for our very survival and hope you will help us by donating when the kettle is passed through the stands.
Lowell Park has fully accessible parking, seating, and restrooms
Game Information For Spectators
Seating is open and unreserved at Lowell Park during Kettleers games. Take any seat in the 1st base or third base bleachers, or bring folding lawn chairs and sit along the outfield fence. Blankets on the ground are fine too. Indoor rest rooms are located near third base (not fully accessible to wheelchairs).Under the red hospitality tents, you’ll find stat sheets, schedules, 50/50 raffle tickets, baseball clinic registration forms, t-shirt raffle tickets, collectors items … and much more.Visit the Kettleers Store for team hats and shirts, gift items, and souvenirs … even umbrellas, just in case.Stop at the Kettleers Kitchen to buy one of the best hot dogs you’ll ever taste anywhere – grilled to perfection on toasted, buttered buns. Or you might try the award-winning clam chowder, chili, nachos, grilled italian sausages, warm pretzels, or popcorn. You may bring a picnic if you wish (no alcohol allowed). If you are coming with a special group or celebrating a special event, our concession manager, John Cotellessa, will happily help you plan a personalized menu for your group. Just contact John in advance at 508-771-2558 or email@example.com for details and pricing.After the game you are invited to go onto the field and meet the players and coaches. They are happy to sign autographs, pose for photos, or just talk baseball with you.
Parking and Accessibility
Parking is limited … so try to arrive early for the nearest spots. Or plan to walk a several blocks. Reserved space is available for handicapped parking in the Lowell Park parking area nearest the Press Box. The 1st base bleachers have wheelchair ramps and seating.
The Lowell Park Experience
Enjoy the Norman Rockwell setting of Lowell Park, where baseball is played in its purest form by top collegiate athletes from across the country. We look forward to having you and your family and friends visit and hope you’ll come back often. We think it’s an experience you’ll never forget.