How To Get To Prince George's Stadium

The How To Get To Prince George's Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Park is tucked behind a Home Depot store
  • Located between D.C. and Baltimore

You can't see Prince George's Stadium from the highway, but the ballpark is still easy to find. The key is trusting that you're in the right place, because there's little to indicate that a 10,000 seat stadium sits just out of your view. Prince George's Stadium's official address is 4101 Northeast Crain Highway, but it's technically located on an access road called Ballpark Road, which meets Crain Highway. The ballpark is situated in the rear of a large retail area -- when you see The Home Depot and B.J.'s Wholesale Club, you're in the right place. The park sits behind these two stores.

From Baltimore, take I-395 South to I-95 North to Maryland-2 South. Follow Maryland-2 South to I-695 West, and then look for the signs for I-97 South. Take I-97 South for roughly 17 miles, then merge onto US-50 West/US-301 south and follow it for roughly eight miles. Merge onto US-301 South/Crain Highway, and then look for Ballpark Road ahead on your left.

From D.C., north Virginia or the Capitol Beltway area, follow the Capitol Beltway/I-495 or New York Avenue to Exit 19A, which is U.S. 50 East. Follow U.S. 50 East and exit at MD 197 South, then follow the road until it ends at U.S. 301. Take a left onto U.S. 301 North, and then turn right at the first set of lights onto Ballpark Drive. Follow the road past the big-box stores until you see Prince George's Stadium.

From south Maryland, take Route 301 North past Upper Marlboro, and then proceed straight through the traffic light at the Route 197 intersection. At the next light, turn right onto Ballpark Drive and follow it.

From the Annapolis area, which is west of Bowie, take Route 50 West to Exit 13A (Route 301 South). At the second traffic light, turn left onto Ballpark Drive, then follow it until you reach the park.

Map of Prince George's Stadium with Directions