AT&T Park - Lot D

AT&T Park - Lot D

1000 3rd St., San Francisco, CA 94124

TO

  • Tue, Jan 27, 2015 from 8pm to 11pm

    This location does not allow for oversize vehicle parking. If you have any questions please call the number on your pass or ParkWhiz. You will not be allowed to park over night and failure to retrieve vehicle by 12:00am may result in additional fees.

    Amenities Included:

    • Printed Pass
    • Accessible
    • Unobstructed

    Upon arrival please display the printed ParkWhiz parking pass face up in your dashboard. Your vehicle will be validated by the printed ParkWhiz pass as well as the vehicle license plate number you entered during purchase.

370 People Recommend Parking Here

241 Left Comments

"It was great parking in this lot, just a short walk to AT&T Park. It was easy to get in and after waiting for the cars to thin out, easy to get out and on to the Bay Bridge."
"great! easy."
"Good parking lot"
"It was all good. Drove right in, lot was across the street from event, everyone else was paying 5 times as much across the street. Could have used that lot also, but didn't know. Easy to use,worked great. Thanks"
"Plenty of available parking with amazing proximity to the event! Thank you ParkWhiz!"
"Perfect for Cirque du Soleil. Right across the street, under bright lights, but no parking lot traffic snarl after."

We are located at AT&T Park Lot D. This is a surface lot just steps away from the ballpark.

Vehicle height restriction: 96 inches


Managed by Impark (SF). This location is a commercial parking lot.

Nearby destinations: AT&T Park, Grand Chapiteau at AT&T Park, Twenty Five Lusk, Saison, Nama Sushi.

  • AT&T Park - Lot D

From the North:

Take the Embarcadero S.Bound. Ballpark will be on the left hand side (street changes name to King St.)
Turn left on Third St and go over bridge...

Lot D is immediately on your right once you cross the bridge

From the South:

Take 3rd St N.bound...

Lot D is on your left after you pass the 3rd and Channel intersection and is the last driveway before you cross the 3rd Street Bridge.