Last updated on October 19th, 2023 at 07:41 am
Truist Park is home of the Atlanta Braves baseball team out in Atlanta’s Cobb County. The exact address of the new venue is 755 Battery Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30339. Outside of hosting MLB games, Truist Park hosts concerts and other events year-round for residents in Atlanta.
Here is the guide to Truist Park parking below.
How Much is Truist Park Parking / Braves Parking Tickets?
If you plan to park in the Atlanta Braves parking lots, you can expect to pay around $14. If you want Atlanta Braves parking at a discount, you should take advantage of the shuttle service at the venue. Shuttle parking sits out on parking lots 29, 31, 35, 41, and 43. Atlanta Braves parking rates for the shuttle service go for $10, so this is the best parking option at Truist Park.
Also, it is worth noting that when the Braves are in the playoffs, you can expect parking rates to increase.
Is there Handicap Parking at Truist Park?
ADA parking spaces are at the Atlanta Braves parking lots N29 and the Red Deck. Fans will need to present a valid handicap parking pass and parking permit to use these ADA parking spots at the arena. In addition to ADA parking, fans can use the Third Base Gate at the Battery Delta Deck to drop off guests.
Is there Tailgating at Truist Park?
There is tailgating at the Braves parking lots on game days at Truist Park. Fans can head over to lots North 29 and West 85 to find the tailgating action before a game. In addition to tailgating the parking lots, fans can check out the local bars nearby. Local bars near the venue include Park Bar, SideBar, 656 Sports Bar and Grill, and Gibney’s Pub.
Public Transportation Options
Fans looking to take public transportation to the venue can use the MARTA. Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) brings fans close to the baseball stadium.
In addition to the MARTA, fans can use a rideshare program like Uber and Lyft to get to and from the arena. Fans can use Windy Ridge Parkway to call Ubers and Lyfts after the end of a baseball game.
Greg Kristan, owner of The Stadium Reviews, LLC and TM Blast, LLC, brings his extensive experience visiting over half of the MLB ballparks, along with numerous MLS, NHL, NBA, and NFL venues, to provide in-depth coverage on the bag policy, food options, and parking. He has also been interviewed about his experiences on several sports podcasts.