Oracle Park Parking

Oracle Park Parking

Parking Near Oracle Park

Oracle Park (Previously AT& T Park) is home of the MLB San Francisco Giants baseball team. The exact address of the facility in McCovey Cove is 24 Willie Mays Plz, San Francisco, CA 94107. Outside of hosting Major League Baseball games, Oracle Park hosts numerous concerts and other events for the residents of San Francisco.


Here is the guide to Oracle Park parking for your next event!


How Much is Oracle Park Parking?

Fans looking for official parking lot spaces at Oracle Park can expect to pay around $30 per parking space on the weekday at night and about $40-50 for weekdays and weekends. Lot A, Pier 48, Lot C, One Bryant (Lot 26), and Pier 30/32 are all less than three-quarters of a mile from the stadium. There are 3,500 official parking spaces around Oracle Park, which can fill up quickly, especially during certain matchups and events.


If you want to save money and don’t mind walking a mile from the stadium, you can score parking for $20 using the SpotHero listing above. The general rule is that the further you are willing to park from Oracle Park, the less money you will pay. It is best to secure your parking spot before going to Oracle Park so you don’t need to waste time looking for a parking space and that you lock in the rate before it goes up, especially if the event will sell out the stadium.


Is there Handicap Parking at Oracle Park?

Is there Handicap Parking at Oracle Park

There are ADA parking spaces at the ballpark for fans to use. All parking lots surrounding the arena have accessible parking for fans to use for any event and game. Fans must present a valid placard and handicap parking pass to keep their cars in these ADA spaces.


In addition to ADA parking, fans can use 3rd Street for pick-ups and drop-offs of guests.


Is there Tailgating at SF Giants Parking Lots?

Fans looking to tailgate before a San Franciso Giants came can do so in Lot A. However, in Pier 48 and 153 Townsend, you can’t tailgate in these areas.


In addition to tailgating in parking lots, you can venture downtown to the local bars before or after a game. Some local bars to visit include California Wine Bar, Great House of Brews, Bar VIA, and Virgin American Flight Deck.


Should I Take Public Transportation to Oracle Park?

should i take public transportation to oracle park

Fans looking to take public transportation to and from Oracle Park can do so with the N Judah train. The N Judah train brings fans to King & 2nd Street, next to Oracle Park.


Fans can bike to and from Oracle Park along with taking the train. There are bike valet stations along the Port Walk area of the venue. This bike valet area opens up two hours before the first pitch.


In addition to taking the bus and biking, fans also use Uber and Lyft to get to and from the arena. One tip is to leave the game two innings before the last pitch to call your rideshare. Traffic tends to become congested around the ballpark at the end of the game, which means getting into your ride will take even longer.


Can You Bring Your Food into Oracle Park?

Can You Bring Your Food into Oracle Park

According to Find Any Answer and SF Curbed, fans can bring their own food to the ballpark. In addition to food, Giants’ fans can also bring in a sealed bottle of water, but it must be plastic. Finally, all items that fans bring into the stadium are subject to a search.


Check out the Oracle Park Food guide before your next visit to see what you can get at the ballpark. Also, check out the Oracle Park Bag Policy section to see what you can and can’t bring into the venue.


Can You Smoke Inside the Facility?

Smoking is not allowed inside Oracle Park.


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Popular Matches

popular matches for the san francisco giants
Expect large crowds to show up when the Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, and Philadelphia Phillies, visit for regular season games. Matches that bring in fewer opposing fans include the Colorado Rockies, Milwaukee Brewers, Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals, Arizona Diamondbacks, Pittsburgh Pirates, and the Miami Marlins.


Finally, you can expect there to be high demand for tickets when the team makes the playoffs, or heads to the World Series.


Other Notes

In addition to baseball games, San Francisco is also home to their football team out in Santa Clara at Levi Stadium. If you are looking for Levi Stadium parking, you can visit that link.