Speaking of “plays in Peoria,” have you made it out to a Chiefs game? Dozer Park, named for the famous Caterpillar bulldozer machines, is home to the Peoria Chiefs. This Class A Affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals carries on a long tradition of baseball in the Whiskey City. Today, the Chiefs draw thousands of fans each night to Dozer Park in Peoria’s trendy Warehouse District. Come show your support for a local minor league baseball team, just two blocks away from the river. This pristine field hosts a series of scheduled games the public is welcome to enjoy. This spacious stadium makes it easy to get your tickets and sit comfortably with a great view. It's the perfect place to spend a nice day, hotdog, and a ballgame. Catch the next generation of baseball stars and say, “I saw them in Peoria!”
Top Five Concession Items at Dozer Park
Getting a little hungry at a Chiefs game? Feeling overwhelmed by the concession stand options? Trying to figure out where that delicious smell is coming from? Don't worry, Discover Peoria has you covered. Check out the top five foods you have to try the next time you visit Dozer Park.
1. Pork Tenderloin
It's no secret that the pork tenderloin is a staple cuisine in the Heart of Illinois. Talk about a home run dish.
2. Peoria Dog
You're at a baseball game... You already know you want a hot dog, after all, it's tradition. So try the Peoria Dog! It's a hot dog topped with pulled pork, bacon, shredded cheese and BBQ sauce. Yum!
3. Rise and Shine Burger
If you're catching a Chiefs game, breakfast is probably over. That doesn't mean you have to miss the most important meal of the day! The Rise and Shine burger is a hamburger patty topped with sausage gravy and an egg. How could you go wrong with that?
4. BBQ Brisket Sandwich
If you're visiting Dozer Park with a group, make sure to check the menu for the BBQ Brisket Sandwich. The brisket gets smoked for three days. It's a special menu item for Chiefs fans who have booked a group or suite rental.
5. Dippin' Dots
We get it. It's hot out. You need to cool off. What better treat than a cup of Dippin' Dots? Keep an eye out for your favorite flavor at Dozer Park. How do they pack so much flavor into those tiny dots, anyway?