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Get to the Game
The commute to Coors Field shouldn’t be a hard one, as you can get there by train, bus, bike or car… take your pick. Here’s a quick guide to getting to the game:
Train: The Light Rail C and E lines are an efficient way to get to Coors Field from throughout the city. It costs $1.75 one way, and you exit at the Union Street Station and then walk a few blocks to the stadium. To avoid a crowd after the game, duck into a bar near the stadium, enjoy a beer and then head back to Union Station. The Regional Transportation District has information on light rail as well as bus routes that serve Coors Field and vicinity.
Bus: Bus service to Coors Field is easy and convenient. The RockiesRide runs during select games and drops you off outside Gate B in the RTD bus parking lot, located on the corner of 22nd and Blake Streets adjacent to stadium. Regular RTD buses also provide service to stops within a few blocks of the ballpark. From points as far away as Boulder, an RTD bus ride costs just $4 and gets you to Coors Field within 45 minutes.
Bicycle: Colorado is as bicycle-friendly as any state in the country, and Coors Field follows suit. If you plan on pedaling to the game, parking areas are located past the Wynkoop Walkway adjacent to the Wynkoop ticket windows at Gate E, across from Gate B at 22nd and Blake Streets, and outside Gate A.
Car: Driving to Coors Field is simple enough, though traffic in Denver is notoriously slow. The two main parking areas are Lot A and Lot B. The second is located a good 10-minute walk from the stadium, but shuttle buses run continuously, so this lot isn’t a bad option. If you don’t want to pay for parking, it’s usually not too hard to find street spaces five or six blocks from the ballpark. Click here for directions and parking info.