Fifth Third Field Parking Review
Review of Fifth Third Field Parking Rating: 4
by Malcolm MacMillan
- No main parking lot, but numerous city lots available
- Street parking free after 5 p.m.
Given Fifth Third Field’s downtown Toledo location, there isn’t a giant lot for fans adjacent to the ballpark. That’s not a reason for concern, though, as there are more than 6,500 parking spaces less than a quarter mile from the park’s gates, according to the Mud Hens.
As you approach Fifth Third Field, it’s impossible to not to run into several parking options. The closer you park, the more you can expect to pay, but if you don’t mind walking a few blocks, the price will drop a buck or two. Even a couple blocks from the park, it’s easy to find parking for $3. (Some lots charge as low as $2 and you’ll also see some charging as high as $7.)
If you can find a spot on any of the streets around Fifth Third Field, doing so is your best bet for evening games, as street parking is free after 5 p.m. If you’re attending a day game, use a parking lot. For a map of lots around the ballpark, click here.
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