Rogers Centre Parking

Rogers Centre Parking

Parking near Rogers Centre

Rogers Centre is the home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team. The exact location of the venue out on Lake Ontario is 1 Blue Jays Way in Toronto, Canada. In addition to baseball games, Toronto is also home to the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors at Scotiabank Arena. If you are looking for Scotiabank Arena Parking, you can visit that link. Finally, the Buffalo Bills out in New Era Field is not far from Toronto. Football fans looking for Bills Stadium Parking can check out that link for tips. Here is the guide to Rogers Centre and Blue Jays parking below.


How Much is Rogers Centre Parking?

If you plan to park in the Rogers Centre parking lots, you can expect to pay between $15-$25. Depending on how far you are willing to walk, you can find some great parking deals. Check out the SpotHero above to find cheap parking near Rogers Centre.


Is there Handicap Parking at the Rogers Centre?

Rogers Centre has handicap parking for fans to use at their venue’s parking garages. ADA parking comes at a first come and first serve basis, so it’s best to use SpotHero above to reserve parking. If you have any questions on where to find ADA parking, you can ask the parking attendants at the arena.


Is there Tailgating at in the Blue Jays Parking lots?

There is no tailgating at Rogers Centre’s parking lots before or after a game. Instead, fans typically pregame at a few local bars near the stadium before first pitch. Some local bars include St. Louis Bar and Grill, The Rec Room, and The Pint Public House.


Public Transit Options

There are public transit options for fans to consider when visiting the MLB ballpark. The TTC runs 24 hours a day, so it’s easy to use and drops you off at the venue. In addition to TTC, fans typically use Uber and Lyft to get to and from the arena.


Popular Matchups

The Toronto Blue typically see many visiting fans from New York and Massachusetts to see their teams play. Outside the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, you can expect large crowds when the Kansas City Royals, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, and Baltimore Orioles visit. Finally, games against the Tampa Bay Rays, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros, and Los Angeles Angels generally have less fan interest.