It’s getting close to the one-year anniversary of the Titletown Park opening, and many fans are blown away by the area.
Some say they didn’t get a chance to see the expansion until now and think it’s such a great way for the Packers to once again give back to fans.
They say they’ve never seen something like this before: Ariens Hill, the Kohler Lodge, and everything else built to bring the excitement of Lambeau to fans even if they aren’t going to the game.
“It gives you a way to go and experience the Packers game as well as the team without having to actually pay the money to go into the game,” says Packers fan Jim Pedicini. “You can come out here with your family, climb the hill, have a picnic, just eat lunch or dinner and listen to the crowd and watch the fireworks.”
“I think it’s important to just give something give the fans something to do they come out here they can hang out with their friends before the game and, you know, it really just shows the community and the fans, look we want to provide you guys something to have fun and enjoy before the game even starts,” says another fan, Austin Ryan.
Out of town fans say this is why they love coming to Green Bay: The Packers are always working on something new and exciting for fans.