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Five County Stadium



Park Name: Five County Stadium
Tenants: Carolina Mudcats (Carolina League) 

Opened: 1991
Address: 1501 North Carolina Highway 39, Zebulon, North Carolina 27597
Dimensions: 330' (L), 400' (C), 309' (R)

Former Tenants:
Carolina Mudcats (Southern League) 1991-2011
Carolina Diamonds (National Pro Fastpitch) 2012 {Alternate Field}


The view from behind home plate at Five County Stadium.


The view from down the first base line, looking out toward the scoreboard in left field.


The view from down the third base line. Muddy the Mudcat peers down from atop the auxiliary scoreboard in right field.


The grandstand at Five County Stadium. One of the most unique in baseball, the vast majority of seating is in the upper deck.


The first deck is primarily just the concourse, with very little seating. Behind the dugouts there is just one row of seats on this level.


The Cattails restaurant sits atop the upper deck on the first base line.


A small bleacher section sits separate from the main seating bowl down the first base line.


There are many fishing references throughout the park, from selling "fishing licenses" instead of tickets to picking up your food at the Baitshop stand.


A water tower behind the left field fence is painted as a baseball with a large Mudcats logo.


The outfield wall takes a sharp cut inward in right field, leading to a short fence at 309 in right field.


The outfield fence is fairly tall for most of its run around the field, except where it dips in height at the scoreboard in left center.


The Carolina Mudcats on the field during a game at Five County Stadium.



 

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