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Parking

Our goal is to provide our fans with an exceptional experience, from the moment they arrive for the game to the time that they depart. The Railroaders have created a parking plan designed to keep the traffic moving, make it easy to park, and ensure safety as fans make their way into the stadium. This page contains important information about parking at The Depot and will help prepare you to have an enjoyable event day. 

Parking Availability

There are approxiamately 540 parking spaces at The Depot Stadium. Parking spaces are issued on a first come/first served basis. Parking areas are generally open two (2) hours prior to Railroaders games. The Depot Stadium is not responsible for and assumes no liability arising from accidents, fire, theft, damage to or loss of the vehicle or any article therein while on stadium property. 

Parking Fees

All parking at Railroader Baseball games is complimentary. Parking fees may apply to other designated events. Contact the ticket office for additional information about specific events. 

Disabled Parking

The Depot Stadium parking lots have accessible disabled parking spaces. Accessible parking spaces are issued on a first come/first served basis. Vehicles must have a valid parking pass for the designated lot. A state-issued disabled placard or license plate is required to park in accessible parking spaces. Please contact the Ticket Office for more information on disabled parking. Violators will be subject to citation and possible towing. 

RV/Oversized Vehicle Parking

RVs and oversized vehicles (any vehicle longer than 19 feet) must be parked in the designated area. All other parking is for standard size vehicles only. An RV/Oversized vehicle parking pass is required. A limited number of RV/Oversized spaces are available. Please contact the Ticket Office for more information.

Vehicle Security Inspection

All vehicles parking within the Stadium's parking lot perimeter are subject to a security inspection before being allowed to park. Vehicles must meet all state inspection requirements.