Welcome to the “Duck Pond” at Warner Park

The “Duck Pond” is home to the Madison Mallards Baseball Club.  The field was built in 1982 and has a rich baseball history.  The park has been home to the Madison Muskies, Madison Hatters, and Madison Black Wolf.  Warner Park is also home to Madison East High School, Madison LaFollette High School, and Madison Edgewood High School.

The Mallards came to town in 2001 and since that time, in conjuction with the City of Madison, have built more than three million dollars in stadium improvements.  In 2011, the ballpark went through a complete renovation, with a new grandstand, including stadium seats from Camden Yards home of the Baltimore Orioles.  Also added that year was the TRICOR/West Bend Club, a VIP deck behind home plate.

In 2012, the club continued to re-invest in the facility when the Meriter and Physicians Plus Backyard and Great Dane Duck Blind Club were added.  The Backyard is a 6,000 square foot grass berm in left field with General Admission grass seating.  The Great Dane Duck Blind Club is an elevated deck in right field with 4, 6, and 8 top tables for parties, both big and small.

2013 brought the brand new, 440 square foot Zimbrick Honda Video Board.  The new board greatly enhanced the in-game experience for fans throughout the “Duck Pond.”

Visitors at the “Duck Pond” have a wide array of activities to enjoy.  Upon entering the gates, families can stop at the Meriter and Physicians Plus Kids Zone and enjoy the Mallards playground, bounce house, weinermobile slide, sand box, and more.  The Sports Impressions Team Green Store, located behind home plate is great for finding the perfect Mallards gear to support the team.  If your appetite catches up on you, the Mallards have over 10 areas inside the stadium to satisfy your ballpark food needs.  From the turkey legs or philly cheese steaks from Stoddard’s Smokehouse, to the burrito at the Mexican Grille, to the ice cream sundae at Maynard’s Slide-In Grille, you will not go hungry at this ballpark.

The Mallards are thrilled to be a part of the Madison community, and look forward to continue to bring family, fun, entertainment to the great Dane County area.

Stadium Name: Warner Park aka “The Duck Pond”

Year Built: 1982

1st NWL Game at Stadium: June 2, 2001

Seating Capacity: 6,750

Largest Attendance: 10,061, June 12, 2004

Have a question?  Contact the Mallards by calling 608-246-4277 or emailing