Camden Yards Parking – Three Cheap Spots
Posted by Kurt Smith
What you pay for Camden Yards parking at Orioles games generally depends on where you’re coming from…spots north of the ballpark tend to command a higher price, being closer to the nightlife and more ritzy hotels.
So if you’d like to go cheap on Camden Yards parking, and go for an easier out too, here are a few south of the ballpark choices for you:
Camden Yards Parking, Spot #1) Orioles Lots F, G, and H. You can actually book spots ahead of time in Orioles Lots B and C close to the ballpark fairly cheaply, if you do it well enough ahead of time…do that if you can…but Lots F, G, and H near the Ravens’ stadium tend to be the cheapest choices, and they’re not too far away. You can even use the Light Rail one stop to the ballpark if you want to shorten the walk.
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Camden Yards Parking, Spot #2) The Horseshoe Casino. The Horseshoe is about a mile walk from Camden Yards, and you probably wouldn’t want to walk it at night. But for day games, a free parking spot in an attended garage works well, and the walk isn’t too bad…Google calls it at about 18 minutes. No light rail near the casino yet, unfortunately.
Camden Yards Parking, Spot #3) Bandito’s Bar. Bandito’s is a Federal Hill institution that recently started offering rides to patrons going to Orioles and Ravens games, and you can park on the street nearby free of charge. It’s actually about as long a walk as the Horseshoe if you don’t want to get a meal beforehand, but Bandito’s gets pretty good reviews, they have daily food and drink specials, and you get a a free ride.
There’s three Camden Yards parking options that won’t break your bank at your next O’s game, but there’s plenty of other ways to get to Oriole Park, including buses, boats and bicycles…if you want to pick the best route for you, get yourself this handy little guide!
Photo of Bandito’s shuttle courtesy of Bandito’s Bar.
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