Las Vegas Aviators

Las Vegas Aviators Baseball Game, a Local’s Review 

Searching for the perfect summer activity for the family? Look no further! Stop by the Las Vegas Ballpark to see the Las Vegas Aviators.

In 2019, the 51s rebranded and became the Las Vegas Aviators, complete with a gorgeous new baseball stadium in the heart of Summerlin.

The Las Vegas Aviators games are a perfect mix of luxury and local, fully equipped with a splash pad, pool, club level, and local restaurants serving their finest food. The season typically runs from April through September.

Related Article You May Like: 

Las Vegas Aviators

The season typically runs from April through September for the Las Vegas Aviators. They keep an updated schedule on their website as well which you can find here.

Keep reading for tips and tricks to make your family’s experience a home run!


Las Vegas Ballpark
1650 S Pavilion Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135

You might be tempted to park across the street at Downtown Summerlin. But, there is actually a lot behind the stadium with tons of parking.

Cost and Seating

One of the reasons why we love the Las Vegas Aviators games is because they are affordable and family-friendly! There are ticket options for every budget. You could go the classic route and sit in the stands, which are surprisingly spacious for a ballpark.

Or, grab some tickets and bring a blanket to sit on The Berm! The game does start later in the day, usually around 7 pm, so plan your schedule and naptime accordingly.

Keep in mind that there is no re-entry! Once you’re in, you’re in.


You might be tempted to park across the street at Downtown Summerlin. But, there is actually a lot behind the stadium with tons of parking.

After parking in both locations, we will always choose the stadium lot. We never run into traffic and the walk to the entrance only takes a few minutes.

Take Town Center and turn left onto Oval Park if you want to completely skip traffic. You can’t miss it!

Food and Drinks

The Vegas Ballpark has the best of both worlds when it comes to food. Each concession stand has traditional hot dogs, popcorn, and peanuts. Or you can try some “elevated ballpark classics” created by local restaurants!

The hot dogs and souvenir nachos (served in the cutest Aviators helmet bowl) are our favorites.

It wouldn’t be Vegas without some delicious drinks! There are multiple bars throughout the ballpark that serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Stadium cups are available for purchase with the option to refill at any of the self-serve soda fountains.

Tips for Your Visit

Diaper Bags

Diaper bags are welcome at the Las Vegas Aviators games as long as they are accompanied by a child. There are security checkpoints at each entrance so be prepared to get your bag checked.

If you’re seeing a game child-free, there is a size requirement for bags (no larger than 16″ x 16″x 8″ and they do not need to be clear).

You are allowed to bring any supplies needed for your little ones (diapers, wipes, bottles, formula, etc.). We’ve even brought in a few kid-specific snacks without a problem. The Las Vegas Ballpark even lets you bring in one sealed, non-frozen 1 Liter water bottle per person!

For more info on what you can and can’t bring to the games, check out the ballpark’s “A-to-Z Guide here.


According to the Las Vegas Aviators ballpark’s website, strollers are allowed. However, they are to be left at the top of the stands and cannot go down to your seat with you.

I would leave the stroller at home if you can! Babywearing is a great option or snag a spot on the Berm (the grassy area near the bar and pool) so you can spread out.

Kid-Friendly Spots

My favorite part about the Las Vegas Aviators ballpark is the splash pad! It’s a hidden gem and usually pretty quiet. The pool is closed to private events but the splash pad is open to anyone attending a game.

If your kudos need to get some energy out, this is perfect! And it’s right next to the bar if you want to snag a yummy drink on the way.

If you know your littles will have a hard time sitting still during the game, snag some tickets to sit on The Berm!

You’ll be able to bring a blanket, spread out on the grass, and take a few laps around the stadium if need be. It can get a little bright as the sun sets so bring some sunglasses and sunscreen before the game.

If you have teens in tow, there are foosball tables and comfy chairs on the upper deck near The Berm. It’s the perfect place to take a break and watch the sunset during the game.

Themed Nights and Freebies

Check out the game calendar before you purchase tickets! The team sometimes offers free merch to guests that arrive early during certain games. We have a ton of towels and t-shirts that we love!

Other themed nights include a $2 beer night (hello, date night!!!), firework nights, and bark in the park where your furry friends can tag along. This summer they added Flicks on the Field where you can bring the whole fam to enjoy a movie on the field!

Check out the Aviators website if you have any more questions about visiting the Las Vegas Ballpark/.

Las Vegas Aviators Fun

If you’re looking for a fun family activity or a casual date night this summer, add the Las Vegas Aviators Baseball Games to your list! Headed there before the 2022 season ends? Tell us how it goes! We can’t wait to hear what you think

We are delighted to work with a talented pool of writers and we love our contributors. To learn more about becoming a contributor for Nevada Moms, head to our contact us page.