Parkview Field Parking Review

The Review of Parkview Field Parking Rating: 4.5
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Parking is dependant on distance from front gate
  • Parking easy to find for $3, $4 and $5.
The closer you park to Parkview Field, the more you'll pay. $3 parking however, is just a few minutes' walk away.

If you're arriving at Parkview Field by car, there are many different parking options. And for the most part, pricing depends on how far you want to walk.

Directly across from the pavilion in front of the stadium, you'll see the Silver Lot. Entering here is a no-no unless you have a season's parking pass, but don't get discouraged. If you're next to the Silver Lot with your left side to Parkview Field, there are two team-run lots just seconds away. The first, which butts up against the Silver Lot, is the Green Lot, where parking is $4. One short block further, the Red Lot also charges $4.

Logic might dictate to grab the $4 parking and get to the ticket office, but if you're looking to save a buck, there's a large city lot on the south side of West Baker Street, on the non-ballpark-side of the Silver, Green and Red lots. Parking here is $3, and it's only a street width further away from the stadium gates.

If you're insistent upon parking right up close, or perhaps if you're staying in the Courtyard hotel a stone's throw beyond the outfield fence, the Harrison Square Garage is at the corner of Harrison and Douglas streets, at the east end of the Parkview Field complex.

Barring that, a number of $3 city lots can be found within five minutes' walk of the stadium. Unless every nearby lot is packed, your best bet is the city lot just south of the team's lots.