Frequently Asked Questions
What are the Woodchucks' office hours?
Offseason Hours (September – April)
Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm or by appointment
Saturday and Sunday: By appointment only
2015 Season Game Day Hours
Monday – Saturday: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am – 3:00pm
The ticket office will be open on game days from 9:00am (10:00am on Sundays) until the end of the game. When the Woodchucks are on the road, the front office will be open from 9:00am – 4:00pm (or by appointment) Monday through Friday. The front office will be closed on Saturdays and Sundays when the Woodchucks are out of town.
Where is the Woodchucks' front office located?
The Woodchucks' front office located downtown in Washington Square! The office address is:
300 3rd Street
Wausau, WI 54403
Please note that our office address is different than our mailing and ballpark address.
Click here for our mailing and ballpark addresses as well as our other contact information.
What is the Woodchucks' policy concerning carry-ins?
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 inside Athletic Park include
- Lawn chairs (unless approved prior to the game by Woodchucks front office staff)
- Large radios
- Bikes, roller skates, rollerblades, skateboards, scooters, etc
- Bats and balls (including soccer balls, footballs, basketballs, etc)
- Guns/weapons of any kind are not allowed inside Athletic Park! Fans that have a Conceal and Carry permit may NOT bring weapons into the ballpark for games, as they are classfied as special events!
Fans are allowed to bring blankets, umbrellas, and seat cushions inside the ballpark.
Is there any handicapped accessible seating at Athletic Park?
Yes, our handicapped accessible seating is along the rail of the first and third base bleachers.
Where do people park their cars during a Woodchucks game?
There is plenty of street parking available in the neighborhood surrounding Athletic Park and a parking lot just north of Athletic Park that fans regularly utilize.
Where can I buy food at Athletic Park?
There are concession stands located behind home plate and just beyond both the first and third base bleachers. There you'll find an assortment of staple ballpark food as well as some specialty items.
Where can I buy beer at Athletic Park?
You can buy beer and other specialty beverages at both the first and third base concession stands, from the two beer vendors walking around the ballpark, or purchase Leinenkugels on tap at Leinie's Lodge down the first baseline.
Where can I buy Woodchucks gear and souvenirs?
The Woodshed is our team store and it is located right inside the main grandstand concourse! Check it out for all of your Woodchucks gear and souvenir needs.
Click here to visit the Woodchucks online team store!
Where are the bathrooms inside Athletic Park?
Restrooms are located down the first and third base lines at Athletic Park.
Can I bring my pet(s) with me to Athletic Park?
Animals are not allowed inside Athletic Park with the exception of service animals or prior approval from Woodchucks front office staff.
Do the Woodchucks host birthday parties?
We sure do! A Woodchucks game is a great birthday activity for fans of all ages.
Click here for more information on our birthday party package!
Am I able to listen to the Woodchucks on the radio if I can't make it to a game?
You sure can! All Monday through Saturday games will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1390 AM, while games on Sunday are the featured "Game of the Week" on WSAU AM and FM.
Click here to watch the game online at northwoodsleague.tv!
How can I get a Woodchucks player's autograph?
Following the game, all fans have the chance to meet players and coaches near the picnic area down the first base line. We ask that all fans be polite to players and coaches as well as other fans to ensure that everyone ends their evening on a high note!
Are the Woodchucks a professional baseball team?
No, the Woodchucks are not a professional team. However, they play in one of the premier summer collegiate baseball leagues in the nation, the Northwoods League. The Northwoods League is known to feature top college players from around the country that have remaining eligibility. Many of the league's players are scouted by professional teams as prospects and many past players have gone on to play in the major and minor leagues!
If you have additional questions, please contact the Woodchucks' front office at (715) 845-5055!