, home of course to the beloved Washington Nationals, opened in 2008 in D.C.'s
southeast quadrant much to the delight of baseball starved locals. The park is gorgeous, and a loaded roster means that the Nats are due to deliver more classic moments inside its confines in the coming years.
There are a few easy ways to find your way to the stadium, whether via the city's expansive Metro system, in the comfort of your own car, a fun group bus
, or even the famed baseball boat
If driving to the stadium is most convenient for you, we have some information on finding the cheapest, easiest places to leave your car during the game!
Official Washington Nationals Parking Locations
The Washington Nationals do have several parking lots just outside of the stadium, and offer advanced reservations on their website. Spaces at most of them are expensive, however, and you can often find closer spaces that are cheaper through other sources. The Nationals' "B" and "C" garages are the two closest garages to the stadium. A space at one of those garages will run $47 for regular games. A map below shows their location, along with their rates.
Street parking is almost impossible to find near the stadium and not worth the trouble if you do. The DDOT has implemented a dynamic pricing program for metered parking in the area around Nationals Park. Prices are increased on event days to encourage the use of public transportation and reduce congestion in the area. Street parking in the neighborhood for four hours will run you $20. You can come across parking for that price in a much easier fashion, but if you're really intent on scoping it out, check out this street map
with regulations to get started.
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