Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Home of the Texas Rangers
Experience the Park Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Fan Guide
Getting to Rangers Ballpark
Texans with their independent spirit love their cars, trucks and SUVs, so it’s no surprise that the best and pretty much only way to get to a game at Rangers Ballpark is to drive. Arlington, situated between Fort Worth and Dallas, is easily accessible from two major highways, I-30 and I-360. The ballpark can be seen from both highways.
The Rangers have a number of parking lots around the ballpark, and it costs $12 to park in them. A free shuttle bus ferries fans to the game from the more remote spots (although they’re really not that remote). For fans with fatter, um, wallets, there is the Lexus Valet Parking for $30. The better option is to park at one of the unofficial lots in the area run by local businesses; they’re cheaper and not all that much farther than the Rangers’ lots.
For driving directions and parking information go here. If you want to know about public transit options to the game, well, did we tell about Texans and their independent spirit?
Trolley service is provided to and from select hotels within the Arlington Entertainment District. If you’re staying at a hotel near Rangers Ballpark or Six Flags over Texas, check it out by calling (817) 461-8600 or visiting this web site for information.
Fans should also periodically check the Rangers website for updated information on changes in traffic flow and parking options while the Dallas Cowboys’ new stadium is being constructed. The stadium is set to open in September 2009.