Located in the heart of Little Havana, the ballpark is centrally located and easily accessible for all fans in South Florida. Whether you’re driving, taking public transportation or using a ride share app, there are plenty of options for planning your gameday transit.
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Event attendees parking a vehicle at the ballpark will use the vehicle’s license plate as the credential for parking. Vehicles will not be validated at the entrance to parking facilities through payment collection or parking pass scan. All vehicles will instead enter a parking garage or lot, subject to space availability, and proceed without validation at entrance to an available parking spot.
- Weekdays (Mon-Fri) - $15
- Weekends (Sat-Sun) - $20 ($15 Advance Purchase)
- Marquee Games - $25 ($20 Advance Purchase)
- Clear bags are permitted inside loanDepot park.
- Bag must be clear and cannot exceed 16"x16"x8" in size. Bags must be plastic, vinyl, or PVC material.
- Exceptions will be made for small clutches no larger than 4.5"x6.5" and bags for medical or infant purposes
The New Era Team Store is located on the West Plaza of the ballpark. Patrons should access the West Plaza at Gate 1 located near NW 15 Avenue and Felo Ramírez Drive (NW 6 Street). Nearest available parking is located in Home Plate Garage (1502 NW 7 Street) which is accessible on NW 15 Avenue near the corner with NW 7 Street.
Ballpark Cuisine reimagined. From classic Miami favorites to our $3 o $5 Menu, we’ve got something for everyone.
Information guide to answer any and all questions from A-Z.
Digital program published monthly during baseball season.
Access Guide for Guests With Disabilities.
Download the MLB Ballpark app today and access your tickets in advance of arriving to loanDepot park. Unlock offers and get exclusive in-game features.
We have developed a COVID-19 readiness plan which affirms and refines standard operating procedures to provide guests, Team Members, and other personnel with a safe environment at the ballpark. The plan adheres to guidelines as provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Major League Baseball (MLB), Miami-Dade County, City of Miami and the State of Florida.