General Info

(415) 972-2000
24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA

Answers to questions are based on personal observations and experiences of disabled spectators and their companions. This information is provided to augment, not replace the information provided by the venue and the Giants.  Additional information regarding Giants Stadium can be found at Official Oracle Park Website



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Helpful Things To Know About Getting There

Oracle Park Parking

The best way to get to Oracle Park is to plan ahead and consider all the transportation options available to you.

Operated by Imperial Parking, Oracle Park offers parking in Lots A, C, Pier 48 and Pier 30 and is sold on a first come/first served basis. Lot A is permit only and the others are cash only. View Parking Map.

Helpful Things To Know About Parking

Inside the Stadium

Navigating the Stadium

Disabled Spectator Comments

  1. Oracle Park is a great place for disabled spectators to watch a baseball game.
  2. Fan Services personnel and the stadium attendants assigned to each section are a big help in explaining how disabled spectators can best utilize the services inside the stadium.

Helpful Links & Info

Get Help / Contact

Key Contact Numbers

Emergency – Dial 911

Emergency Evacuation

The San Francisco Giants have an emergency evacuation plan that accounts for the needs of guests with disabilities. If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to convey any special concerns about evacuation in the event of an emergency, please contact the Disability Services Coordinator at (415) 972-2209.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Like many other ballparks, if you are looking to save money at Oracle Park you can bring your own food and drink.
Getting to Oracle Park is a breeze, unless you drive.
The Giants’ old anti-mascot, the Crazy Crab, has its own tribute at the park on the club level.
On a budget? Consider the view seats. They’re up high, but you won’t miss any of the action.
If you witness a fan acting badly, contact Giants security by texting the word “FOUL” to 69050, followed by your message.
Oracle Park is a baseball fan-slash-foodie’s paradise.

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