Mansfield Town have invested £148,000 so the One Call Stadium is eligible for the Football League next season.
The money will be spent on new floodlights, new dressing rooms and improving training facilities.
But the Bishop Street Stand, which houses the camera gantry, will not be reopened to the public.
The club website said: "The Bishop Street Stand will stay as it is for the new campaign, with money instead being spent on other resources."
Mansfield have purchased land for a new training facility in Pleasley and so Spider Park will no longer be used.
The Stags returned to League Two after a five-year absence by winning the Conference Premier last season.