M-Thurs. 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Friday By appointment only
Non-Game Days In-Season
M-F 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Game Days In-Season
M-F 9:00 a.m.-End of Game
Sat.-Sun. 10:30 a.m.-End of Game
The ticket office is located at 521 Lincoln Street, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
In the event of inclement weather, the best place to find out if the game has been cancelled or postponed is on our website at www.raftersbaseball.com. If we need to cancel a game, we'll immediately put a story on the website describing any details of when the game will be rescheduled and how to redeem your tickets. We will also update the office voicemail message to explain the weather and its effects on the game.
Rafters Rainout Policy:
The most convenient way to order tickets is from your very own computer. Visit www.raftersbaseball.com, click on the tickets tab and the "Buy Tickets" link and you can order and print your tickets right at home. You can also order your tickets online and have them left at the Will Call window so they are waiting for you when you arrive on the night of the game. Tickets can also be purchased over the phone or in person during Rafters Ticket Office hours. The Rafters Office phone number is (715) 424-5400. It is recommended that you purchase your tickets ahead of time to avoid any lines at the ticket window and guarantee you get a great seat to the game.
Tickets left at will call for any event during the summer can be picked up anytime during the standard ticket office hours. For large orders, please call ahead and we'll have your tickets pre-printed for you when you arrive.
Children 5 and younger will gain admission to the ballpark for free, as long as they do not require a seat.
The gates open up 60 minutes prior to the scheduled game time.
The main parking lot at Witter Field is open all day long prior to a game. There is no fee to park in the lot. Parking in the main lot is at your own risk. Street parking is also available. Please obey all posted signage from the City of Wisconsin Rapids to avoid fines. Other tailgating rules and regulations are as follows:
The voucher is a coupon good for any game during the 2014 regular season. It is NOT an actual ticket. Your coupon must be redeemed at the Rafters ticket office anytime after April 30th, 2014 for an actual game ticket to the game of your choice.
No food or beverages can be brought into the ballpark. The exception will be made for one bottle of water per person. Other items NOT allowed in the ballpark are:
Fans can bring blankets, umbrellas and seat cushions.
No. The Rafters policy is that no guns/weapons are allowed in the Rafters office (Rafthouse), ticket office, or concessions stand. Even fans that have a Conceal and Carry Permit may NOT bring weapons into the Witter Field baseball buildings.
Lost and Found is available during games at AF-Motors Fan Services. AF-Motors Fan Services is located in the Rafthouse Team Shop, inside the stadium. If you have any questions or need immediate help, call the Rafters Front Office at (715) 424-5400.
At the ticket window, the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters accept cash, credit card (Visa, Master Card, and Discover) or check. Inside the ballpark credit cards are accepted at the Rafthouse Team Shop within the park. For all other purchases cash is required. There is an ATM in the Rafthouse Team Shop in the third base Courtyard.
Personal announcements for birthdays, anniversaries etc. will be read every night during the 7th inning. Visit the AF-Motors Fan Services, located just outside the Rafthouse Team Shop, during the game and put your announcement down on the list before the 5th inning and then make sure to listen during the 7th inning.
The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters are one of sixteen members of the Northwoods League. The Northwoods League is the largest summer collegiate league in North America, which provides a place for the best college players in the country to spend their summers and display their talents to professional scouts. Every player in the league must be enrolled in college and have at least one year of athletic eligibility to participate in the league and due to NCAA regulations the players cannot get paid while playing in the Northwoods League. The league is designed to give college players an experience similar to minor league baseball. They play 70 games between May 30th and August 12th, using wood bats and traveling to play opponents around the Midwest on charter buses.
No upgrades are allowed in any areas.
SINGLE GAME TICKETS
Single game tickets for the 2014 season will go on sale in April.