Located right in the heart of Vancouver, historic Nat Bailey Stadium remains committed to reducing our city's carbon footprint. Part of this initiative includes minimizing vehicle traffic for the benefit of our environment and safety within our residential neighbourhood. Here are a few ways that you can help us keep our neighbourhood 'green'.
Cycling to Nat Bailey Stadium
Vancouver continues to be a leader in promoting alternative modes of transportation; located right on the Ontario Street Greenway, Nat Bailey Stadium is easily accessible by bicycle via any one of the bike routes around Vancouver.
Once you have arrived at The Nat, we're pleased to provide fans with over 200 spaces of free, secure Bike Valet Service _presented by _Port of Vancouver starting one hour before first pitch until the end of the game. There will be an attendant available at the beginning of each game, but please bring your own bike lock as all parking of bicycles is at your own risk.
Transit Options to Nat Bailey Stadium
Conveniently located approximately five (5) city blocks from the King Edward Skytrain Station on the Canada Line, Nat Bailey Stadium is a 15-minute walk away from Skytrain access. Click here to see Translink Schedule & Maps to help plan out your next visit to the ballpark.
Nat Bailey Stadium is conveniently located on several different bus routes depending on which part of the city you will be joining us from.
#33 via the Midlothian stop - half a block from the Box Office
#25 via Cambie & King Edward Ave - (approx.) 5 blocks from the Box Office
#15 via Cambie & King Edward Ave - (approx.) 5 blocks from the Box Office
#3 via Main St. & E 29th Ave - 2 blocks from the Box Office
#41 via Main St. & E 41st Ave - (approx.) 5 blocks from the Box Office
Taxi services are available post game, simply stop by our Guest Services Booth and one of our friendly C's staff members would be pleased to make a phone call on your behalf. If you are ordering a taxi yourself, please ask the driver to pick you up at 'Nat Bailey Stadium Midlothian Entrance,' located to the west of the Box Office in front of the new Hillcrest Aquatic Centre and Phoenix Gymnastics.
At Queen Elizabeth Park
There are over 200 pay parking spaces located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park - a short walk down the hill from the Nat Bailey Stadium Box Office. To avoid a fine, please ensure to read and obey all pay parking restrictions and purchase your ticket from the pay stations provided.
Around the Neighbourhood
Nat Bailey Stadium is located in the heart of Vancouver and out of respect for our neighbours we strongly discourage fans from parking on nearby residential streets. If you do plan on parking in the neighbourhood, please ensure that you respect all parking and traffic bylaws, as the City of Vancouver WILL TOW YOUR CAR if it is in violation. We would hate for you to end a great day at the ballpark with a taxi ride to the impound lot!
As property of the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, Nat Bailey Stadium is subject to city bylaws. This includes no outdoor grills and no alcohol products of any kind in our parking lot. Tailgating is discouraged.
In and Out Policy
Fans are permitted to re-enter Nat Bailey Stadium through the 1st and 3rd Base Gate entrances ONLY. No re-entry is permitted through home plate entrance gates A-F. A stamp will need to be shown upon re-entry either on ticket or hand.
Parking your Car at Nat Bailey Stadium
If none of the above options work for you, we do offer parking in and around Nat Bailey Stadium on game days for a fee ($10 CDN). We remind you that our lots fill up faast on game day so please plan on arriving approximately 30-minutes in advance for the best chance to secure a space. Note: The Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club does not assume any responsibility for any damage to your car while on premises.
Parking your Bus at Nat Bailey Stadium
If the public transportation options above do not work for your group, the Vancouver Canadians offer parking for chartered buses at Nat Bailey Stadium on game days. Parking is $20 for large vehicles such as buses.