Parsons Parking

100 W. Walnut St., Pasadena, CA 91124

This parking does not currently offer online bookings.

322 people recommend parking here 214 left comments

  • Great

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  • In and out no problem

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  • It was a great place to park and attendants very helpful. I would suggest the walk to stadium easy mile. Bus would have take way to long with traffic.

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  • Close to the parade and not a bad walk to Stadium. Pay close attention to the earliest time you can park. We paid extra because we got there 2 hours prior to our pass. That said, I will park here again when the Spartans go back (hopefully not 26 years)

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  • There was a mix-up with allowable arrival times, but it was handled very professionally and all was resolved without any issue. Excellent location to our destination and very clean/safe environment.

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  • Good price for Rose Bowl parking. The structure we were supposed to park in was full, but they put us in the open lot next door. Convenient location to shops and restaurants in Old Pasadena. The biggest drawback was the distance between the parking lot and the Rose Bowl Stadium. Although there was a free shuttle and it worked fine getting to the stadium, the lines to catch the shuttle after the game was overwhelming. We ended up walking back to the parking lot.

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This parking facility consists of 2 multi level structures and one flat lot approximately 1 mile from the Rose Bowl (with a free shuttle).

Tlhe shuttle runs continuously from 2.5 hours prior to kick off and until two hours after the end of the Game.

Shuttle pick up location is on Pasadena Avenue on the West side of the Parsons lot. The shuttle takes you right down to the Rose Bowl Stadium. Pickup will be at the drop-off point so just return to that same location after the game.

Shuttles are equipped with wheelchair lifts.


Managed by LAZ Parking (Pasadena). This location is a commercial parking garage.

Parsons Parking

This parking lot is located on the southwest corner of W Walnut St and N Fair Oaks Ave, 3 blocks north of Colorado Blvd and one block south of the I-210. Look for the one of the tallest buildings in the area, 12 stories high.