Here to give you all the latest information when it comes to parking and navigating around at Dodger Stadium. Of course, when traveling to and from the stadium, please exercise patience and adhere to traffic safety laws put in place by authorities.

Remember, you are navigating through people’s neighborhoods, so be courteous.

If you plan on parking at the stadium, we start here. The good tips and secrets are below.

Pricing

Parking pricing for the 2022 regular season is as follows:

  • $25 for General Parking, when purchased in advance
  • $30 for General Parking at the gate on game day
  • $40 for Lots B, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P; $50 at the gate on game day

The Dodgers also offer Lots 13 and 14 offsite parking admission for $5 at the gate. This is just outside the stadium on Stadium Way at the LAFD training area.

Please click this link for the most up-to-date parking map offered from the team website.

The best tip is to pay for parking in advance. You can purchase your pre-paid parking pass by following this link.

You can print the ticket, but it will be automatically added to your MLB Ballpark App (iOS and Android) if your account is appropriately linked. Here are FAQs from the MLB Ballpark website.

General Admission parking is usually directed to the lots closest to your point of entry. If you know the lot you desire to park in — something closer to your section — it is best practice to enter the stadium at the appropriate gate.

 

The Dodgers website states: “if you would like to park in a specific area please consider purchasing Preferred Parking,” so do note that you cannot drive around the stadium to get to an optimum parking spot. You will be directed by stadium attendants to an open spot based on your gate of entry.

Disabled Parking

Disabled parking spaces are located in preferred parking lots B, D, F, G, H, K, L, N, & P. Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or license plate to these areas.

The team offers a limited availability, courtesy ADA shuttle that is reserved for our guests with disabilities only. 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.

Tips and Secrets

If you don’t mind a brisk uphill walk, fans are allowed to park outside the stadium. However, spots fill up fast. The best area to park is off N Boylston St or Stadium Way next to the Barlow Respiratory Hospital.

Again, street parking is very limited.

Rental Scooter Apps

Usually, you will find several rental electric scooters in the area around Stadium Way. As of the 2019 season, scooters are allowed to enter the stadium property without a fee.

The scooter method pairs nicely with parking outside the stadium.

Dodger Stadium Express (Metro)

The Dodgers offer a bus from Union Station in Los Angeles, or select locations from the South Bay.

From Metro.net:

  • Buses run every 10 minutes, starting 90 minutes before game time through the end of the 2nd inning for all home games.
  • You can exit at one of two stops – behind Center Field or at the Top Deck. Service back to Union Station will pick up at the same stops after the game.
  • Return service ends 45 minutes after the final out or 20 minutes after post-game events.

Ride Share Services

There is a designated drop off area for rideshare services at Sunset Gate A — the primary entrance off of Vin Scully Ave.

Additional Notes from Dodgers.com

Gate Hours

The 5 Dodger Stadium parking entrances open two and a half (2.5) hours before the scheduled game time (regular season).

Speed Limit

The speed limit for Dodger Stadium parking lots is 14 miles per hour.

Tailgating

Tailgating and/or the consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited in the Dodger Stadium parking lots.