Posted by Pat Gallen, Sat, February 25, 2012 04:46 PM Comments: 1
Details for four of our 2012 road trips have been announced – Clearwater, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC and Baltimore! Like last year, we will be teaming up with our friends at Phils Fever (aka Green Legion) for several awesome adventures. Check out the details:
Friday, March 16 to Monday, March 19
This is easily the most fun you’ll have on a road trip. In a single weekend you have – Phillies Spring Training, St. Patrick’s Day, Opening Rounds of March Madness, and Spring Break! All this within the famously sunny surroundings of Clearwater, Florida. If you are a serious Phillies fan, you need to at least consider coming on the trip.
Read more about the variety of packages starting at just $340 (not including transportation to Clearwater)
Friday, April 6 to Sunday, April 8
Time to kick-start the Phillies season and this year, we start in Pittsburgh! Opening Day is unfortunately on a Thursday, so rather than dealing with all the vacation days and missed classes, we decided to offer a package for two nights, either Friday & Saturday or Saturday & Sunday, and you can go to either one or two games, or even a Flyers-Penguins game before the Saturday night Phillies game!
Read more about Opening Weekend in Pittsburgh.
Saturday, May 5
As you may have heard, the Washington Nationals are trying to keep Phillies fans from taking over Nationals Park yet again. Since baseball returned to DC in 2005, Phillies Nation has been delivering Phillies fans to our nation’s capital – and we’ll do that again this May. Let’s show our old friends Jayson Werth and Brad Lidge what they’re missing!
Read more about our “Take Back Nationals Park” trip in Washington, DC.
Friday, June 8 to Sunday, June 10
The opportunity to see one of baseball’s finest ballparks, the original throwback at Camden Yards, does not come around often. This year we have plenty of chances to see the Phillies play the neighboring Orioles in an interleague matchup. You can come down just for 1 game or stay the entire weekend. Plus there are bus pick-ups at three different locations around Philly.
Read more about the Phillies fan invasion of Baltimore in June.