Comerica Park Parking

Comerica Park Parking

Comerica Park Parking for the Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park is the ballpark home of the Major League Baseball Detroit Tigers baseball team. The exact address of the MLB venue is 2100 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201. In addition to baseball games, Detroit is also home to football, hockey, and basketball teams. The football stadium is Ford Field while the hockey and basketball arena is Little Caesars Arena. If you are looking for Ford Field parking, or Little Caesars Arena parking, you can visit those links.

 

How Much is Comerica Park Parking?

To reserve your parking spot, visit the Comerica Park SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.

If you plan to park in the Comerica Park parking lots, you can expect to pay $30. Depending on how far you are willing to venture into downtown Detroit, you can find great parking deals. Fans should use the SpotHero listing above to find cheap parking for a Detroit Tigers baseball game.

 

Comerica Yards Handicap Parking

Handicap parking is available in Lots 1 and 2 at Comerica Park for fans to use. Fans will need to present a valid handicap parking pass to enter the ADA parking lots.

 

Can you Tailgate?

There is no tailgating at Comerica Park, but you there are plenty of bar options in downtown Detroit to visit. Popular bars in downtown Detroit include Tiger Club, Corner Taproom, Elwood Br and Grill, and Hockeytown Cafe.

 

Should I Take Public Transportation?

There are bus options for fans to consider when planning a trip to the baseball stadium. The DDOT operates in Detroit while the SMART has shuttles coming from the suburbs. Finally, fans can also take advantage of Uber and Lyft rides to get to and from the baseball venue.

 

 

Popular Matches for the Tigers

Expect large crowds when the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Angels, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Houston Astros, and Boston Red Sox visit. Other popular Tigers game matches include the Minnesota Twins, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, Kansas City Royals, Baltimore Orioles. Finally, games against the Texas Rangers, Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants, and Seattle Mariners generally have less fan interest.