Marlins Park, completed in 2012, is home to the Miami Marlins, and is one of the newer ballparks in major league baseball. While this stadium has a relatively small capacity, its proximity to downtown Miami means parking can turn into a nightmare. Overwhelmed by the prospects of finding parking around Miami? Let us help you through it! Our comprehensive guide will give you everything you need to know – from parking locations, prices, and directions to tailgating tips and things to do before and after the game.
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|Garage /Lot||Parking Rate|
|W1, W2, W3||$15-$25|
|E1, E2, E3||$15-$25|
|Home Plate Garage (Reserved)||$20-$25|
|First Base Garage (Reserved)||$20-$25|
|First Base Garage||$15-$25|
|Third Base Garage||$15-$25|
|Center Field Garage||$25|
The Home Plate Garage, Third Base Garage, the East 1, West 1 and West 2 lots are prepaid parking ONLY. All remaining lots are available for purchase on gameday.
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Click “Directions” in the top left of the map for the quickest route to Marlins Park
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- Tailgating is prohibited in the onsite garages at Marlins Park.
- Fans often gather off stadium property in the neighborhoods surround Marlins Park.
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Metrorail Express Shuttle Service to Marlins Park from Culmer Station
Park anywhere along the Miami-Dade Metrorail system, exit at Culmer Station and take the Express Shuttle to the ballpark. Shuttles from 90 minutes prior to the game to 60 minutes after the game. Travel time is typically less than 10 minutes. Metrorail Fare Cards can be used. Cost is $5.65.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Traffic
Bicycle parking stations are free on the ground level of the Third Base Garage and the Home Plate Garage.
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ADA Accessible spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis within the four On-Site parking garages and the following surface lots: West 1, West 2, East 1, East 2 and East 3.
Surface Lot W3 is used as a community baseball field on non-game days and the surface lot is a grass field not suited for ADA Parking.
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Official Marlins Park Parking Page > The official Marlins Park parking site has detailed information about parking, prices, and getting to and from the sports complex, as well as alternatives for game day parking.
Marlins Park Yelp Page > Hear it from the people! The Marlins Park Yelp page has reviews from fans like you, with some useful info about parking and the surrounding area.
Official Marlins Park A – Z Guide > The Marlins Park A – Z guide from MLB.com is an indexed guide on nearly every subject you can think of regarding Marlins Park and game day needs.
Marlins Park Gameday Guide > The Gameday Guide to Marlins Park gives you helpful information about things to do before and after the game, as well as tips about the neighborhood.
Stadium Journey > Check out Stadium Journey for user reviews and helpful info about parking, the stadium, and more!
Parkopedia Marlins Park > Yes, there is an encyclopedia for all things parking! Visit Parkopedia to look at parking options and helpful maps.