Getting to Nationals Park - Parking and Transit

(I couldn't resist this photo, but it's just gentle ironic fun, not an editorial statement.)
There are 1,325 parking spaces built on the site of the Nationals ballpark, along with numerous nearby parking lots. But the Nationals and city planners consider Metro to be the best and most acceptable method of getting to the stadium, since the Green Line's Navy Yard station is just one block from the stadium's entrance.

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  This map shows lots and prices for the 2014 season at Nationals Park, based on JD's reporting and on the season-ticket holder and individual game parking maps at nationals.com.
The Nationals also offer single-game parking, which can be purchased in advance. These lots should also be available as "cash lots," depending on expected attendance.
In 2014, the former lot F has shrunk, but remains in inventory. A separate cash lot is operating just to the south of F, but may close this season so development can begin.
For driving directions, see the official Nationals web site;
there's also an interactive trip planner to determine how to get to specific lots.
Old maps:
2013, 2012, 2011,
2010, 2009, 2008



Biking to the Ballpark

According to the Nationals' Way to Go section on biking, there are more than 250 bike racks around the ballpark, and also a free bike valet, located in Red Garage C at the corner of N & 1st Street, SE. Access to the valet is on N Street just left of the entrance. The valet accepts bikes two hours before game time and will close 1 hour after the last inning.

A large Capital Bikeshare station is available at 1st and N, directly across from the bike valet. There are also stations at 1st and K and New Jersey and M. See the web site for more information on how the bikesharing program works.
 





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