The Rogers Centre is a multi-purpose stadium in downtown Toronto next to the CN Tower near the north shore of Lake Ontario. It is home to the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Argonauts but also hosts other large-scale events such as conventions, trade fairs, concerts, traveling carnivals and monster truck shows. Our guide will tell you everything you might want to know about finding convenient parking near Rogers Centre. Check out great deals, on-site parking information, and even a way to reserve a parking space online!
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Best Parking Near Rogers Centre
There is indeed a parking garage underneath of Rogers Centre, but it’s expensive and spaces are limited. The stadium’s location in downtown Toronto means that there are plenty of other lots and garages nearby where fans can leave their cars for the duration of a baseball game or other event without breaking the bank.
Off-Site Parking Recommendations
|Lot Name||Price Range||Reservations?||Distance||Walking Time|
|Queens Quay West Garage||$15||Book Now!||0.5 km||6 min|
|155 Wellington St. W||$23||Book Now!||0.8 km||8 min|
|315 Front St W||$20||Book Now!||0.2 km||3 min|
|Simcoe Place – 200 Front St W||$26||Book Now!||0.6km||7 min|
**prices and availability for the above are subject to change
South of the Stadium
There are a number of cheap parking options to the south of the stadium off of Queens Quay West for those who are driving to the stadium via the Gardiner Expressway. These garages are reasonably priced and only a short walk to Rogers Centre, and also allow for a quick exit after the game back onto the expressway. Additionally, parking to the south of the stadium will leave you close to the Harbourfront Centre, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, and other attractions in the city’s Entertainment District.
North of the Stadium
You can also find a place to leave your vehicle north of the stadium, off of Front St W. Drivers should beware that the closer they get to the city’s Financial District, the more expensive parking will be. This is particularly true for day games during the week when commuters are still downtown. A great place to look for cheap parking on the north side of downtown is in Chinatown on Spadina Avenue. The garage at 200 University Ave. charges roughly $11 for event parking and is only a 15 minute walk from the stadium.
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Rogers Centre offers two on-site parking locations. The first is directly underneath of the stadium and is divided into five separate sections with corresponding internal elevators that deliver fans to respective gates. Parking at this garage costs $30CAD and can be paid for on arrival. Spaces are limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Wheelchair accessible parking spots in the underground garage can be reserved by calling 416-341-3004.
The second on-site parking lot at Rogers Centre is the bus parking lot, directly across the street from Gate 9 at 305 Bremner Blvd. and costs $40 per day per bus.
The Blue Jays website offers the map below to highlight. As you can see, there are quite a few parking garages and lots. One great resource to find out more details about each option on the map below is Parkopedia. Here you can find the amount of spaces in each garage, how much they cost, their address, and more. It’s like an encyclopedia, but for parking.
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There’s no tailgating allowed at the Rogers Centre, but the Blue Jays do try to simulate a tailgating atmosphere with officially sanctioned “Fan Festivals” on Friday-night home games in June, July and August.
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Running 24-hours a day, the TTC is a convenient way to access Toronto’s vibrant downtown core without worrying about where to find parking. With Rogers Centre conveniently located on multiple surface routes as well as via the train, this is a simple alternative when deciding how to arrive for the big game.
Convenient and easily accessible, Toronto’s public transportation system is an ideal and hassle-free way of getting to Rogers Centre to enjoy the game. Located steps from the Union Subway Station, guests will reach Rogers Centre within a matter of minutes when exiting the station.
Passengers should get off at Union Station and follow the designated Skywalk route to Rogers Centre. Upon exiting the Skywalk, the path splits into two walkways leading to Gate 3 (right hand side) and Gate 6 (left hand side).
The facility is also within easy walking distance of streetcar stops on King St (at Peter St. & John St.) and Spadina Ave (Bremner Blvd.).
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A limited number of parking spaces are available by reservation only for guests with physical disabilities. For further information and to make reservations, contact Rogers Centre Parking at (416) 341-3004. Please have your disability permit number handy for bookings. Bookings begin three weeks prior to the event day.
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Click “Directions” in the top left of the map for the quickest route to Rogers Centre
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The Official Rogers Centre Website > Learn more about parking near the stadium straight from the source. The Rogers Centre website also has directions to the stadium based on the area that you’re coming in from.
Rogers Centre Parkopedia > Like an encyclopedia, but for Rogers Centre parking. Sift through every parking facility near the stadium and learn more about each one.
SpotHero > Compare parking options near the stadium and make a reservation ahead of time. SpotHero will email you a parking pass and a space will be saved for you at the garage! Save money by finding the best deal near the stadium.
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