Salt Lake City offers plenty of entertainment options for visitors, from sports to the natural beauty of the surrounding mountainous area, but with Smith’s Ballpark both can be experienced at the same time. This one-of-a-kind baseball stadium offers fantastic entertainment options for guests, so it is crucial to book Smith’s Ballpark parking in advance with BestParking. What was then known as Franklin Quest Field was built on the site of the previous arena, Derks Field. The new stadium was designed to have the same southeast alignment as its predecessor. This was done due to both the high altitude elevation of the ballpark in addition to its proximity to the Wasatch Range, providing guests a spectacular view of the mountains via the left and center field walls of the arena. The ballpark was renamed in 1997 to Franklin Covey Field, a name it kept until 2009 when it became Spring Mobile Ballpark. It changed to Smith’s Ballpark in March 2014 following a naming rights agreement with the Smith’s Food and Drug supermarket company. During the period when the Salt Lake Bees were part of the Pacific Coast League, the venue had the highest seating capacity in the PCL, currently 14,511. The venue’s highest attended event was a 2000 night game against the Albuquerque Dukes, when it seated 16,531 guests. In addition to Bees games, the ballpark hosts Utah Utes college baseball games, exhibition games with major league teams, soccer games and concerts. With both baseball and amazing views of the surrounding mountains to offer fans, it can be hard to find Smith’s Ballpark parking unless you book ahead of time with BestParking.