Goss Stadium A-Z Guide
The ADA Entrance at Goss Stadium is located along the first-base side of the stadium, at the entrance to the Trophy Room. There is an elevator which will take guests up to the main concourse. Any guest may enter the ballpark through the ADA Entrance. There is an ADA restroom next to the elevator, as well as one next to the First Alternative Co-Op Candy Shoppe, underneath section 9. ADA accessible tickets are available for purchase online, as well as in-person at the Knights downtown Corvallis office or the Goss Stadium box office, or over the phone. Companion tickets are available for the same price as ADA tickets, but must be purchased in-person or over-the-phone. Companion tickets purchased through the online portal are not able to be discounted.
No alcoholic beverages may be brought into or removed from Goss Stadium. Oregon state law prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21. There is a limit of two alcoholic beverages per person per purchase. Additionally, Section 7 is a “Family Friendly Section”, and no alcohol is allowed in those seats.
Animals are not permitted inside Goss Stadium, with the exception of service animals.
An in-stadium ATM is located inside the front gates, next to the Main concession stand.
Baby Changing Tables
Baby changing tables are located in both the men’s and women’s restrooms on the first-base side of Goss Stadium. The restrooms are down the stairs underneath Section 2.
Clear Bag Policy
The Corvallis Knights do not follow the same clear bag policy that Oregon State has implemented.
Still and hand-held video cameras are welcome at Goss Stadium. However, tripods are not permitted. Video reproduction of Corvallis Knights games or Goss Stadium events is strictly prohibited without express written consent from Knights Baseball Club, Inc. All footage/photography collected must be available to the Knights if requested.
All caretakers of someone attending a game will receive a free ticket of the same value. Free caretaker tickets will not be given out on Fireworks Nights.
Comments / Suggestions
Guests are always encouraged to bring forth any comments and/or suggestions. It is our intention to make Knights games safe and enjoyable experiences for everyone. Simply speak with any available Knights front office member during a game. Guests may also mail written comments or suggestions to: Corvallis Knights, PO Box 1356, Corvallis, OR 97339, or submit them to our online contact page.
The Corvallis Knights handle all food and beverage operations at Goss Stadium during the summer. For any food service inquiries, please contact the Knights front office at 541-752-5656 or at f&[email protected]. Make sure to check out our concessions offerings, as well as the alternative menu options served at Goss Stadium, on the Food & Beverage page.
In the event of an emergency, please follow Knights staff member instructions. If instructed to exit the stadium, proceed in an orderly fashion to the nearest exit gate.
Fans MUST enter Goss Stadium through either the front gates or the Trophy Room along the first base side. All guests must have a valid ticket in order to enter the stadium. The Trophy Room has an ADA accessible elevator. See “ADA Accommodations” above for more details.
Family Friendly Seating
Section 7 is a family friendly, alcohol-free section. Any regular General Admission ticket purchaser is welcome to sit in this section.
Left – 330, Left Center – 365, Center – 400, Right Center – 365, Right – 330 (8 ft. fences, 14 ft. in left field)
Fireworks Nights Tickets
On Fireworks Nights, General Admission tickets will become “assigned General Admission”. All GA ticket holders will have an assigned section, row and seat, just as the Royal Reserved do. Please sit only in your assigned GA seat.
In the unlikely event that you are injured at Goss Stadium, please contact the nearest Knights staff member or Whelan security. We will be happy to assist you. Basic first aid items (bandages, gauze, etc.) can be found at all concessions stands and the box office. Knights front office staff members are trained in CPR and basic first aid.
Foul Balls and Bats
The holder of each ticket assumes all risks and danger arising from the action of the players, coaches, and officials on the field before, during, and after the actual occurrence of the event. Such risks and danger include, but are not limited to, being injured by objects such as bats, balls, bases, helmets, and promotional merchandise that are thrown, batted, kicked, shot, tossed, etc. from the field, bullpens, dugouts, and other areas on the stadium grounds. The ticket holder voluntarily agrees that Knights Baseball Club, Inc., the Corvallis Knights, the West Coast League, and the City of Corvallis, various participants and participating clubs, and all of their respective agents, officers, directors, owners, and employees are expressly released by the ticket holder from any claims arising from such causes.
The front gates and Trophy Room entrance will open 35 minutes prior to first pitch for each Knights home game on non-Fireworks Nights. They will open 75 minutes prior to first pitch on Fireworks Nights.
Gender Neutral Bathrooms
At Goss Stadium, there are two, single-person, non-gender specific bathrooms. There is one located in between Section 1 and the First Base Food Truck, next to the elevator. The other one is located in between Section 9 and the First Alternative Co-Op Candy Shoppe, underneath the bleachers.
Lost and Found
Guests may inquire about lost and found items at the Goss Stadium box office. Items will be held for the remainder of the season before being discarded or donated to charity.
In the unlikely event that a member of your party becomes separated, please report to any Knights staff member for assistance. Staff members are always available to help locate any lost or separated guests.
The Knights Team Store can be visited at all Knights home games. It is located outside the front gates, and will open when gates do. The store accepts cash, check, Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover. Knights merchandise is also available at the downtown Corvallis office.
Fans may enter the playing field after all Knights home games. All fans MUST enter the field through the outer visitor’s bullpen door. Fans who enter the playing field by going over the in-stadium railings and walls will be asked to leave the ballpark.
Outside Food and Beverages
No outside bottles, cans, coolers, food or beverages are allowed inside Goss Stadium, with the exception of water in bottles. Exceptions will be made for those with specific medical needs or items needed for infants and small children.
Parking can be found in the parking lot behind the outfield fence (Lot A3) and in the parking garage across Washington Way next to the Beaver Store. Parking in these zones is free on weekends, and on weekdays after 5:00 P.M. Refer to Oregon State’s parking website for more information.
Radio Broadcast and Livestream
Join the Voice of the Knights, Mike Parker, for all 62 regular season games on 1240 KEJO radio. All home games are also livestreamed on Facebook Live. If you aren’t able to make it to the ballpark, then visit the Knights Facebook page to tune in to the action.
Rain Check Policy
Tickets are not refundable for cash. In the event that a legal (4 ½ innings if the home team is winning, 5 innings if the visiting team is winning) or made up game is not played, the ticket will become a coupon, good for any subsequent ticket for a regular price game during the current season and may be exchanged at the box office (subject to availability). Tickets can be exchanged at the Knights downtown Corvallis office or the Goss Stadium box office. Tickets for official games that are suspended after becoming an official contest do not qualify as rain checks.
Fans are allowed to exit and re-enter the stadium as often as they like. Please keep your ticket stub to show Knights staff when re-entering the stadium.
Strollers are permitted inside Goss Stadium and can be stored underneath the stairs along the main concourse. Strollers cannot be stored next to seats or in walkways.
Three and Under Tickets
Children three years old and younger can enter Goss Stadium for free, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. However, children three and under must still have a ticket to the game, as do all guests entering the stadium. Pick up a free three and under ticket at the Goss Stadium box office on the night of the game.
Weapons of any kind, including knives and firearms, are strictly prohibited from Goss Stadium during Corvallis Knights events. This policy adheres to Oregon State’s firearms policy, which is authorized by the Oregon State Board of Higher Education.