There are roughly 16,000 parking spaces in the lots surrounding Dodger Stadium. As such, finding Dodgers parking shouldn’t be difficult, but for what price?
This guide will help you determine which parking solution near Dodgers Stadium is best for you. Whether you’re looking for the closest spot possible, or just a great deal, we’ve got everything you need to know!
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Official Dodger Stadium Parking Lots
There are an astounding 16,000 parking spaces in the official lots surrounding Dodger Stadium, a veritable sea of parking spaces. The parking spaces are divided between 30 separate parking lots, the inner circle of which is considered “preferred parking”, and the outer circle that makes up general parking lots. Preferred parking is more expensive, offered first to season ticket holders, and obviously more convenient. General parking is extremely affordable and can purchased for as low as $5 at drive-up, though closer general parking can be bought for $10. Visit the Dodgers website to purchase parking in advance and save money. View the map and table below for better insight into Dodgers parking.
Dodger Stadium Parking Map
Dodger Stadium Parking Rates
Preferred Parking: $50 at the gate $35 in advance at lots K, N, and F, and $40 in advance at Lot H
General Parking: $10 in advance and $20 at the gate.
Off-Site Parking: Lots 13 and 14 in red above cost just $5 at the gate. While they’re certainly an economical choice, they come with a 15-minute uphill walk to the park.
Drivers parking in general lots will be directed to a specific parking lot and space. If you need to park near a certain gate or part of the stadium, you will want to plan ahead and enter the lots via the appropriate gate. Those are as follows:
- Sunset Gate A – Lots 1 and 2
- Stadium Way Gate B – Lot 2
- Golden State Gate C – Lots 3 and 4
- Academy Gate D – Lots 5, 6, and 7
- Downtown Gate E Lots – 8, 10, and 11
Street parking can be found downhill from the stadium, along Lilac Terrace and the Sunset Boulevard area near Elysian Field Avenue. Both areas provide free parking but necessitate a long uphill walk to get to the stadium. Because of the considerable walk, the street parking will usually be available.
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Tailgating At Dodger Stadium
Tailgating is strictly prohibited in all of the official lots, defined as the consumption of food or alcoholic beverages in a congregation near the stadium. Tailgating is harshly monitored and stopped in any lot near the stadium, as previous experiences have given the organization a lower tolerance. There are parks nearby, such as a park on Stadium Way by the historic police academy, but there is only grilling and it can be very crowded.
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Dodger Stadium Handicap Parking
There is a large amount of handicap parking spaces located in parking lots B, G, N, and P. Locations are given to whoever arrives first. Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disable parking permit and/or license plate to the open handicap areas if anyone requires assistance. The Dodgers offer shuttle services to disabled fan on a regular trip starting an hour before the beginning of the game, and assistance is given based on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Dodger Stadium Parking Tips
When to arrive
- The lots open 2 ½ hours before the start of the game, and it is always advisable to arrive right when the lots open for the best parking spaces.
The cheapest spots
- The cheapest official spots at Dodger Stadium are off-site Lots 13 and 14, which cost just $5. For fans on a budget, this a great solution. You can also use apps like SpotHero to find parking in LA, but there are also street parking alternatives that could potentially be free.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is there street parking?
- There is street parking. Most notably, it is provided along Lilac Terrace and the Sunset Boulevard near Elysian Field Avenue.
How much is Dodgers Stadium parking?
- A preferred parking pass is $35 in advance or $50 at the gate.
Can I tailgate? If so, what are the rules?
- Tailgating is very strictly prohibited, more than other areas, and so there is a very minimal amount of options.
Is it better to take public transportation?
- Public transportation in Los Angeles can be hectic, especially on game days, so it is advised to drive and find a spot early.
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Getting to Dodger Stadium
Click “Directions” on the map for the quickest route to Dodger Stadium!
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Dodger Stadium Parking Resources
Official Dodger Stadium Parking Page > The official page for parking resources and information, provided by the Dodgers Association
Official Dodger Stadium FAQ > The official list of questions answered by the official Dodgers Association
Dodgers A-Z Information Index > An index of information provided by the official site, responding to handicap parking, tailgating and parking passes
Dodger Stadium Parking with SpotHero > You can reserve a parking spot ahead of time by booking with SpotHero. This app and website allows visitors to lock in a price (often discounted, up to 50%) and reserve a parking spot in a garage or lot nearby Dodger Stadium. SpotHero is also available for parking all over LA.
Dodgers Yelp Page > A source of personal opinions on the stadium, based on honest fans