Coors Field Parking

Coors Field Parking

Parking at Coors Field


Coors Field is the home of the Colorado Rockies major league baseball team. The location of the Rockies stadium is in downtown Denver, but parking spaces and parking passes are easy to get. Here is the guide to Rockies Parking below.

 

Here is my review of Coors Field if you want to check that out.

 

Is there Handicap Parking at Coors Field?

There is plenty of handicap parking garages and accessible parking at Coors Field home. Fans can use Gate A to find Coors Field handicap parking for game day. Staff is present at Gate A to help direct fans to where to park if they need these spaces. You will need to have your disabled parking permit to get into these handicap spots at the venue as a heads up.

 

Is there Tailgating at Coors Field?

There is no official tailgating at Coors Field, but fans are able to consume alcohol in the parking lots. With the park in downtown Denver, fans can head over to the local bars around the park. some of the best bar options before first pitch include Killians, Camarena, Jacksons Lodo, and Revel Social.

 

How Much is Parking?


Parking near Coors Field is ample and relatively inexpensive at a Rockies game. Fans can expect to pay around $15 to park in the lots that surround the stadium. The further you head out of the stadium, the less you will have to pay. Most of the parking runs along side Blake Streets and opens 2.5 hours before game time.

 

Fans can reserve parking before a game to save on the hassle of finding a parking space. If you have an interest in reservations, you can head over to Spot Hero for the Rockies.

 

Rockies Baseball Tickets

Behind Home Plate at Coors Field

 

The Rockies in 2019 are in the top ten via average ticket attendance. Fans looking to buy Rockies baseball tickets or find cheap Rockies tickets should look at TicketMaster, SeatGeek, and StubHub. Your best option to find very cheap options is to look at Rockies rockpile tickets at the ticket front office or online.