Formerly known as Falconi Field, Consol Energy Park is a 5,000-seat baseball-only stadium and home to the the Washington Wild Things. It is one of the only ballparks in the U.S. that includes a hot tub in the viewing stands.
The Washington Wild Things are a professional baseball team based in rural Washington, Pennsylvania. They are a member of the Frontier League, a professional, independent baseball organization for teams in cities not served by Major or Minor League Baseball teams.
The ballpark also hosts the California University Of Pennsylvania Vulcans baseball team, and the Steel City Sparks of the Women's Premier Soccer League.
In 2007, naming rights to the stadium were sold to Consol Energy, the largest producer of high-quality bituminous coal in the United States.
The office is open weekdays 9:0 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and the ballpark is open as needed for games and other events.
Free, on-site parking is available.