Angel Stadium is the home ballpark of The Los Angeles Angels, and is located in Anaheim, California. Angel Stadium was once home to the Los Angeles Rams, before they became the St. Louis Rams, but was reconstructed into a baseball stadium in 1966. In 1996, the stadium underwent major renovations; the parking not only had to be reconfigured but additional parking became necessary.
There is one very large parking lot that serves as the official lot of the stadium, but since it is one very large lot, exiting after the game is very complicated. The fact is that there are cheaper and more easily accessible options nearby that are simply going by unnoticed. With some quick preparation, a driver can be educated on the tips, tricks, and layout of this expansive stadium.
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Explore parking options near Angel Stadium and use SpotHero to make a reservation ahead of time!
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Driving and parking at Angel Stadium is fairly easy as compared to other major stadiums across the country. The ballpark is surrounded by one large parking lot that contains 12,500 spaces. The lot opens up 2.5 hours before the first pitch, and closes one hour after the end of the game. This lot has three entrances: Douglass Road, State College Boulevard, and Orangewood Avenue. A map and further information about parking rates and sections can be found below:
Angel Stadium Parking Map
Angel Stadium Parking Rates and Information
General Parking: Parking in the official Angel Stadium lot starts at just $10 for regular season baseball games. Prices may change for post-season baseball games, concerts, and other special events at the stadium.
Preferred Parking: Visitors to Angel Stadium can purchase a preferred parking space for $20. Preferred spaces are closer to the stadium and allow for easy entry and exit via an express lane. Fans with tickets along the third base side will want to enter off of State College Boulevard. Those sitting on the first base side will want to enter via Orangewood Avenue.
Premier Parking is only available to season ticket holders in the Diamond Club section, also worth $20 and can be found by the home plate gate.
Easy Exit: Getting out of a crowded parking lot can tack on a frustrating few minutes to your outing. To avoid this, use the State College Boulevard entrance and park close to the exit.
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Tailgating at Angel Stadium
Tailgating is permitted in general parking (non-preferred) areas. These areas can be found near the Big A, Orangewood, State College and Douglass parking areas. The lot opens 2 ½ hours before the start of the game; tailgating cannot begin before the lot opens, and it cannot continue after the lot closes an hour past the end of the game.
Tailgaters can bring barbecues, but only if they are approved gas or propane units with full-valve turn offs. Charcoal grills are prohibited.
Alcoholic consumption in the lot is strictly prohibited. Additionally, there can be no on-site catering, unlicensed motorized vehicles, or a tailgate that occupies more space than their marked stall.
Handicap Parking is located outside Gates 1-6 and the Home Plate Gate. Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or a disabled license plate to these areas. The use of Segways is permitted if the person has one or both of the pieces of identification listed above, and there are over 500 handicapped seats in the stadium.
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Find Free Street Parking!
- Free street parking spaces are available in areas surrounding the stadium. This is a great way to save a few dollars if you’re willing to walk a few blocks. Orangewood Avenue, just across the street from the stadium, also has free parking spots on the street. These spots will fill quickly, and your vehicle will be parked in a fairly crowded area.
Reserve Parking Ahead Of Time:
- Use a service like SpotHero to reserve guaranteed parking spaces ahead of time. Find a cheap space just outside of the stadium for a quick exit after the game!
Park at Metrolink:
- Use the Orange Line of Los Angeles’ public transportation system to get to Angel Stadium stress-free. Park at one of the many stations nearby for free and ride in to the stadium. Depending on how many people you’re going to the game with, this can be a great way to save money.
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Is there street parking?
- There is free street parking along the lot and further from the stadium, but it is not as secure as the official lot.
How much is an Angel Stadium parking pass?
- General parking costs just $10. A preferred parking pass will cost $20, which allows for an express entry lane into the lot and designated areas by gate 1, 4, and 6.
Can I tailgate? If so, what are the rules?
- Tailgating is permitted in certain sites of the lot, and must abide by their opening and closing hours. Alcohol is prohibited, as well as charcoal grills and wood-burning fires.
Is it better to take public transportation?
- There is ample parking, and finding a spot shouldn’t be an issue, but there is public transportation available. The Metrolink has a stop at the edge of the Angel Stadium parking lot. Most Metrolink stations offer free parking.
How early do you need to get there to get a spot?
- The official lot opens 2 ½ hours before the start of the game, and usually fills up before the game begins. For a spot on the official lot, it is advisable to arrive at least one hour before the game.
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