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The SpotHero Fenway Park Parking Guide
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The Boston Red Sox are about as Boston as you can get, and if you are experiencing the best of Boston for the first time or the 100th time, SpotHero wants you to enjoy your time. We want to do our part, by finding you the best parking nearby Fenway park. Along with SpotHero options, we have sifted though the various others to show you Fenway Park Parking options that work for you, and your wallet. Save some time and money, so you can enjoy the Sox!
In the heart of the city, it can get a bit congested getting to and from Fenway park. The city recommends taking public transportation to cut down on traffic, but that is not always possible. Here is a quick rundown on all the options for getting to Fenway Park.
The T-Subway: This is a cost effective option that has many stations around Fenway Park, which you can easily walk from. If it is your first time in Boston, this might be a great option for you to see the city. Get off a few stops early and enjoy the walk through the neighborhoods. Complete T-Subway Fenway Park Info
Commuter Rail: If you are heading into the suburbs, this would be the best option. Avoid the hectic traffic and with prices ranging from $1.50 – $8, you can save some money for the burgers and dogs at the game. Complete Commuter Rail Fenway Park Info
MBTA Bus: Similar to the train, feel free to jump of the bus a few stops before Fenway and get some Boston culture. Another great bargan as you will not pay more than $2 per bus ride. All aboard! Complete MBTA Fenway Park Info
Very similar to the SpotHero home team of the Chicago Cubs, Fenway Park is in a busy neighborhood filled part of the city. Parking is limited, and if you get your hands on a spot or two, you’ve got most of the baseball goers beat! Find and reserve the best Fenway Park Parking options now!
SpotHero: Head over to the Fenway Park Parking page right now to claim your spot. SpotHero allows you to search, find, and reserve parking all from the web or your phone. Below is one of SpotHeroes top Fenway Parking spots.
5 Haviland Street (valet) | $ 36.50 | 10 Minute Walk to Fenway
Official Fenway Park Parking: From the Red Sox website, they have details and maps of all the official lots on game day. Online passes available here.
Bus, Camper, Oversized Vehicles Parking: Again from the Red Sox official website, they give a rundown off all the locations where you can park your van, RV, and larger vehicles. If you are the tailgating type, you can find out all the juicy info there.
Handicapped Fenway Park Parking: With general parking already so limited, there is even less handicapped parking. The best options given from the Red Sox is on Yawkey Way, in-between Van Ness street and Boylston streets.
Central Parking Boston: One of the largest parking companies in the nation, they have multiple garages and lots surrounding Fenway Park. You can jump on Central Parking’s website to get a better understanding of their options. Online purchasing is not available, but you can call ahead and ask about space availability.