PNC Park Parking

If you’re visiting from the north, you should park in one of the the North Shore surface lots surrounding the PNC park. If arriving from any other direction, downtown parking will provide the best option for you. The PNC park can then be easily access by a short walk over the Clemente Bridge. There are more than 50 parking lots and garages in downtown Pittsburgh, so you’ll have plenty options.

All fans, especially those with children, are encouraged to arrive as early as possible, allowing time for delays on their journey. Advance booking is strongly recommended.

With so many parking options downtown and a quick walk over the Andy Warhol Bridge, this is an easy way to get to PNC Park!

Parking Lots

There are several parking lots surrounding PNC Park, but you should come early to make sure of a spot. Available parking lots include:
Gold 1A and 1B
Gold 2 and 4,
Red 5A, Red 6,
Red 7A-D
Blue 7F-J.

You’ll also find parking garages Gold 1, Red 5 and Blue 10. The Gold areas are the closest to the stadium, followed by the Red, and the Blue are the furthest away. You can reserve your parking space when you purchase your ticket, or pay on arrival.

Additional spaces are available on the opposite side of the PNC Park, at CSC North the Rivers Casino. Further parking areas adjacent to Red 7D and Blue 7F are North Canal and Nova Place Garage. Adjacent to Blue 7J is the Warhol lot.

Local Parking Garages

There are also more than 20,000 parking spaces in 50 other parking lots and garages in downtown Pittsburgh. These are very convenient for access to PNC Park, and include:
1. Ft. Duquesne & Sixth Garage
126 6th Street

2. West General Robinson Street Garage
668 W General Robinson Street

3. Gold Lot 2
North Shore & Chuck Noll Way

4. Gold Lot 4
218 N Shore Drive

5. Town Place Garage
100 Forbes Avenue

Waze Parking App

PNC Park has also entered a partnership with Waze, the driving information app, to provide the best directions to PNC Park lots. Download the app to your phone and click on the Waze links for directions straight to your desired parking space.

Parking Recommendations

The parking garage at First Avenue is connected to the new First Avenue “T” station. You can ride free to Wood Street Station and then walk across the scenic Andy Warhol Bridge to PNC Park. There are also many Pittsburgh buses that will drop you downtown, where you can easily access the bridge.

The Roberto Clemente Bridge is currently closed for construction until the 2023 baseball season ends. If you’re used to walking to PNC Park across this bridge, you’ll have to go over a couple of blocks to the Andy Warhol Bridge. If you usually drive across the Clemente Bridge to the North Shore, you’ll see posted detour signage via the Andy Warhol or Rachel Carson Bridges.