Official Dodger Stadium Parking
There are 16,000 parking spaces in the official lots surrounding Dodger Stadium. The parking spaces are divided between 30 separate parking lots, the inner circle of which is considered “preferred parking”, and the outer circle that makes up general parking lots. Preferred parking is more expensive, offered first to season ticket holders, and obviously more convenient. General parking is extremely affordable and can purchased for as low as $5 at drive-up, though closer general parking can be bought for $10. Visit the Dodgers website to purchase parking in advance and save money. View the map and table below for better insight into Dodgers parking.
Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or license plate to these areas. The Los Angeles Dodgers offer a limited, courtesy ADA shuttle that is reserved for our guests with disabilities only. This limited, ADA shuttle operates from the various parking lots to the areas near the entry gates. In order to arrange for this service once you have parked, you may call the Dodger Hotline at 323-224-2611 to have a shuttle dispatched to your location.
Things to Know
These rates are subject to change (and increase with special events such as playoffs.)
General admission parking is $10 online and $20 at the gate.
Preferred parking is $35 online and $50 at the gate.
Playoff Parking and other special events may cost more, please visit Pre-purchase Parking for current rates.
*With the purchase of a General Parking pass, those lawfully holding a disabled parking plate or placard may park in any available accessible space in any Stadium parking lot on a first come first serve basis.
Off-Site Parking: Purchase parking in advance for Lots 13 and 14 and pay just $5 in advance or at the gate. Lots 13 and 14 are offsite on Stadium Way and allow for easy entrance and exit. Please note there is an uphill walk to the stadium from these lots.
Complimentary shuttle service is available for disabled fans. call the Dodger Hotline at 323-224-2611 to have a shuttle dispatched to your location.
FREE Street Parking can be found downhill from the stadium, along Lilac Terrace and the Sunset Boulevard area near Elysian Field Avenue. Both areas provide free parking but it’s a long uphill walk to get to the stadium.
If you are parking in general admission parking, depending on which gate you enter, you will be directed to parking in a specific parking lot and specific parking space. If you would like to park in a specific area of the Dodger Stadium parking lot (i.e. 1st base side), we suggest you plan ahead and make sure you enter in via the appropriate gate. Moving between lots will not be allowed.
Gate Parking Lot
The five (5) Dodger Stadium parking entrances open two and a half (2.5) hours before the scheduled game time.
The speed limit for Dodger Stadium parking lots is 14 miles per hour.
Tailgating and/or the consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited in the Dodger Stadium parking lots.
The Los Angeles Dodgers offer a courtesy ADA shuttle that is reserved for our guests with disabilities. This ADA shuttle operates from the various parking lots to the areas near the entry gates. In order to arrange for this service once you have parked, you may call the Dodger Hotline at (323) 224-2611 to have the shuttle dispatched to your location.
The Dodgers encourage ride sharing and car service vehicles. Uber, the preferred ride of the Dodgers, will be allowed to enter any autogate to drop off. All other car services will be permitted at Sunset Gate A for drop off in Lot 11.
Once passengers are dropped off, Uber and car service vehicles will be required to exit through Sunset Gate A.
After the game, Uber and car service vehicles will be permitted to enter the stadium via Sunset Gate A to pick up passengers in Lot 11.
When leaving the game, you will be required to exit out of the same parking gate that you entered. PLEASE NOTE: You can get to ALL Freeways from all parking gate exits.
At the end of the game, everyone and every vehicle they came in, will all try to flood out of their respective lots, and will all be in a huge and tangled automotive mess, trying to get out of their exits. The attendants around the lots guide pedestrians, but in terms of anything on wheels, everyone has to sort that out themselves. Give and take, be alert, and keep your patience intact.
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Venue information and 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 Dodgers. Additional information regarding Dodger Stadium can be found at Official Dodgers Stadium Website
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