Ballpark A-to-Z Guide

Your Trenton Thunder, presented by NJM Insurance Group, are excited to welcome fans back to Trenton Thunder Ballpark for the 2024 season! Please review the important information below to make sure your visit goes as smoothly and safely as possible.


50/50 Raffle

You can find the winning numbers and more information about our Super 50/50 Fundraising Program here.



Our address is Trenton Thunder Ballpark, 1 Thunder Road, Trenton NJ 08611 • (609) 394-3300 •

Alcohol Policy

Alcohol sales end at the end of the 7th inning. No alcoholic beverages in parking areas: Mercer County regulations prohibit the consumption of any alcoholic beverages in the surrounding parking lots. This includes, but is not limited to, tailgating and picnics.


Certified service dogs for guests with disabilities are welcome in Trenton Thunder Ballpark. All other animals are prohibited, except for specific events or promotions. You can find dog-friendly game dates here.

Anthem Singers

A group wishing to sing the National Anthem, God Bless America, or Take Me Out to the Ballgame at a Trenton Thunder game should click here or reach out to your Thunder Group Representative for info on how to add a performance to your existing group outing.


Fans are permitted to seek autographs from players along the railing to the field during pregame and postgame. Players will not sign autographs while a game is in progress.


Bag Policy

We allow small bags and medical/diaper bags inside the ballpark. All bags are subject to search prior to entry.


Since 2002, when Chase That Golden Thunder became the first full-time Bat Dog in Minor League Baseball, we have set the standard for our canine loving fans. The Thunder’s “World Famous” Batdogs have appeared on MLB Network, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Japanese Television, at the AKC Museum of the Dog in New York City, Yankee Stadium, Citizens Bank Park and many other Minor League Baseball stadiums. Derby and Rookie starred in an ESPN E:60 special titled “The Family Business.” Read their full bios here.


Cashless Facility

All points of sale inside Trenton Thunder Ballpark are cashless. Parking at Trenton Thunder Ballpark will continue to be $5, cash only. Optional in-park promotions like Postgame Launch-a-Ball, Speed Pitch, and 50/50 will continue to be cash only.

Cameras and Video Equipment

Fans are permitted to bring cameras into Trenton Thunder Ballpark provided that they are intended for personal use only. Tripods, monopods, and cameras with detachable lenses are not permitted. Taping of any game footage is strictly prohibited (please contact the Thunder media relations department to request a press pass).


Children 3 and under do not require a ticket when seated in the lap of an adult.


You can see a detailed list of food and drink options at Trenton Thunder Ballpark here.


Dietary Needs

The Thunder will gladly assist those with special dietary needs. Please stop by the radius180 Box Office if you have a special dietary need. All bags will be inspected prior to gaining Thunder approval for any outside food and beverage for special dietary needs.


For directions to Trenton Thunder Ballpark, please click here.


The Thunder are happy to support non-profit charitable organizations in the greater Trenton area with a donation for fundraisers such as raffles and auctions. Please fill out our form to get your request started.


The use of drones at Trenton Thunder Ballpark is prohibited.



Elevators are available to get to the main concourse and the Luxury Suite Level. Enter the door to the left of the ticket windows labeled “Executive Offices”.


Join the Trenton Thunder family and become a part of the Thunder Entertainment Experience. Click here to see available opportunities throughout the organization.


Fan Conduct

Fans entering the field of play may be subject to prosecution. Shirts and shoes are required for all fans at all times.

Fan Services Booth

Visit the Fan Services Booth located behind Section 208 to purchase tickets, 50/50 Raffle Tickets, or get any of your questions answered about the Thunder.

First Aid

Emergency Medical Services at Trenton Thunder games are provided by Capital Health and are available throughout the ballgame to attend to any medical problems that may occur during your visit. If you are in need of emergency medical assistance, please alert an usher or visit the Security Office/First Aid at the top of the main staircase on the concourse.

First Game Certificates

Certificates are available for free at the Fan Services Booth behind Section 208.

First Pitches

One representative of a group attending a Trenton Thunder game is eligible to throw out a first pitch prior to that night’s game. For more information on group outings, please click here.

Food & Alcohol

No food, drinks, containers, or outside beverages are allowed to be brought into the ballpark: The MLB Draft League, in conjunction with Major League Baseball, prohibits bringing any food, beverage, cans, bottles, thermoses, ice chests, or hand containers of any size into the ballpark, regardless of contents.



Gates open 1.5 hours prior to the scheduled game time for Thunder Makes Members and fans joining us on the Luxury Suite Level and 1 hour before for all ticket holders. (Gates open 1.5 hours before game time for all fans on Saturdays for Happy Hour)

Gift Certificates

Please click here for gift certificates that can be used to purchase Thunder tickets. Please click here for gift certificates that can be used in-person at the Thunder Company Store.

Giveaway Policy

Giveaways at Trenton Thunder games are for fans in attendance only. All Thunder Promotions & Theme Nights are subject to change.

Grand Slam We Care Foundation

With the inception of the Trenton Thunder in 1994 came a commitment from the organization to be a part of the community in which it was established. The Thunder have lived up to this commitment with the Grand Slam We Care Foundation, a 501(c)3 charity, which at the conclusion of the 2023 season, had donated over $9.5 Million worth of goods, services, and monetary donations, through a variety of community programs. You can learn more about how we're active in our community here.


Handicapped Parking & Seating

Handicapped parking spaces are located near the main entrance to the ballpark and along the Rt. 29 side of the ballpark (enter through reserved parking lot off Rt. 29 southbound). A ramped entrance for handicapped fans is located on the third base side of the ballpark. Elevator access to the seating bowl and luxury seats is available by entering the green door to the left of the ticket windows labeled “Thunder Executive Offices”. Reserved seating areas for wheelchairs are located on the crosswalk behind seating sections 108, 110, 113, and 115. One accompanying seat can be purchased along with a wheelchair spot. Because ticket availability in these areas is limited, we recommend ordering the tickets in advance to ensure the reserved seats.


Kids Club

Boomer’s Kids Club is a season-long membership just for the youngest Thunder fans! Kids 12 and under can take advantage of awesome perks at the ballpark all summer long. Learn more here.

Kids Eat Free

Every Tuesday home game, kids eat for free presented by Raising Cane's. Kids 12 and under receive a voucher for a FREE kids hot dog, small snack, and bottle of water at the entrance gates! Also included is a coupon for a free kids meal at Raising Canes.


Lost & Found

Fans needing to report or claim an item that went missing during a Thunder game should visit the Fan Services Booth located behind Section 208 or give us a call at (609) 394-3300, opt 4.


Meet the Mascots

Your Trenton Thunder Mascots have 3 mascots: Boomer, Cloudman & Slice. Learn more about them and submit a request for an appearance here.



Ballpark netting extends from section 119 to 104.

Nursing Mothers

Nursing mothers seeking a private area are welcome to visit the Security Office/First Aid Room at the top of the main staircase on the concourse, which features a private nursing room.



All parking is $5 per car, cash only. Please follow signs and parking attendants on where to park when you arrive.


Pets of any kind are not allowed inside Trenton Thunder Ballpark except for certified ADA service dogs or for specific events or promotions. Specific events and promotions in which dogs are allowed will be clearly publicized by the Trenton Thunder.



Your Thunder broadcast home games on NJ 101.5 HD2. You can listen live here.

Re-Entry Policy

Fans may exit and re-enter Trenton Thunder Ballpark as long as they have a hand stamp, which can be obtained at any gate from a Thunder Ticket Attendant.


Restrooms are located behind the Press Box on the Main Concourse. A family restroom is located on the 1st base side next to the Fan Services Booth behind Section 208.


Smoking & Vaping

As required by law (N.J.S.A. 26:3D-55), it is the policy of Trenton Thunder Ballpark to provide a tobacco-free and vape-free worksite. This policy applies to all employees, clients, contractors, vendors and visitors.


Strollers are allowed. Please be mindful of surrounding fans when inside the stadium.



While tailgating is allowed at Trenton Thunder Ballpark, no alcoholic beverages is permitted in parking areas. Mercer County regulations prohibit the consumption of any alcoholic beverages in the surrounding parking lots. This includes, but is not limited to, tailgating and picnics.

Thirsty Thursdays

Come out to the ballpark every Thursday home game and enjoy beer specials on Bud, Bud Light & Michelob Ultra until the middle of the 5th inning. Please drink responsibly. $2 Drafts, $3.50 Aluminum Bottles

Ticket Policies

All single-game tickets are digital. Fans can access their tickets at any time on their mobile device by logging into their account, which existing fans already have and new customers create when purchasing their Thunder tickets. You can log into your account here.

Children 3 and under do not require a ticket when seated in the lap of an adult.

No ticket-scalping. Mercer County regulations prohibit the peddling or soliciting of tickets, including the resale of tickets, even if they are resold at face value or less.



Umbrellas are allowed. Please be mindful of surrounding fans when inside the stadium.


Video Board Messages

If you'd like to put a message on the video board during a Thunder game, you can purchase an announcement in advance by calling the radius180 Box Office at (609) 394-3300, opt 4. Messages are $5 which goes to the Grand Slam We Care Foundation. Already at the game? Stop by the Fan Services Booth behind Section 208.



On days that water bottles are allowed due to high heat, our policy is 1 bottle per fan. Clear factory-sealed plastic water bottles 1 liter in size or smaller, and empty plastic sports bottles are permitted, which can be filled at our water fountains on the concourse. Specific days in which water bottles are allowed will be clearly publicized by the Trenton Thunder.

Weather Policy

Our game is on as scheduled! There is no need to call the Thunder Front Office. Unless our homepage and social media says otherwise, our game is on as scheduled. If it is raining before the game, the Trenton Thunder Storm Crew has been hard at work protecting the field against the elements. If the rain stops before the scheduled game start time, the game will continue as planned. If the rain continues into the scheduled game time, Thunder management will invoke a rain delay. If it begins to rain during the game, the Trenton Thunder Storm Crew will quickly place a large tarp across the infield. At this time, Thunder staff will work with the opposing team’s manager, along with local weather outlets, to determine the immediate weather outlook. If the teams feel that the inclement weather will pass, a rain delay is put into effect. If the teams agree that the inclement weather will not pass in a reasonable amount of time, an official rainout is announced.

Helpful Terms to Know

Rain Delay: When a game is officially delayed. Play is expected to continue later that day. Tickets cannot be exchanged in the event of a rain delay.

Rainout: When a game is cancelled due to rain. In the event of a rainout, the Thunder will announce guidelines for exchanging your tickets. Typically, tickets can be exchanged at the radius180 Box Office for the same price admission to any regular-season game, played at Trenton Thunder Ballpark, during the regular season, based on availability.

Exchanges: If a rainout is declared after four and a half innings of baseball have been played and one of the teams has the lead, a game is considered “official.” In this case, there will be no ticket exchanges. In the event that four and a half innings of a game are not played, the Thunder will announce the guidelines for exchanging tickets.


At this time, Trenton Thunder Ballpark does not offer public wifi.