AT&T Park, located by South Beach Harbor and McCovey Cove, is home to the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball.
Parking at AT&T Park is a major challenge during Giants games. Fans take up much of the street parking, and the official parking is expensive, fills up fast, and can leave you blocked in after the game.
It’s best to have a plan for parking before you head to the park.
Things to Know
- Parking at the stadium costs $15 or more depending on the game, but parking near AT&T Park can be found for as less
- As you can imagine, parking on game day is hectic. Word to the wise: plan your route and get there early.
- Check out driving directions from the team site, whether you’re coming from South Bay, East Bay, or North Bay.
- The post-game traffic plan goes into effect immediately after the game for an hour. Streets are closed and drivers are encouraged to follow the routes to exit the area. Congestion is less severe heading south.
- There are over 4,000 AT&T Park parking spots at lots A, B, C, and E. There’s also official stadium parking at Piers 48 and 30.
- Lot A is permit parking only, available for purchase by season ticket holders. They’re also available on the secondary market on sites like StubHub
- Lot B, C, and E are cash only
- Tailgating is permitted in lots A, B, C and E
- Parking spaces are not available to be purchased for additional standing room around your spot
- If you have a large group planning on tailgating, call Giants Group Sales at 415-972-2221
- If you run into any issues while parked, like a dead battery or getting locked out of your car, you can contact AAA for automotive assistance at 866-526-0541. There will be a service truck located at all AT&T Park parking lots beginning at the 7th inning.
- Opt for parking lots and garages during games, as meters in the area cost up to $7 an hour on game days.
- Book discounted AT&T Park parking here.
- Learn more about parking in SoMa.