Located at 2401 Ontario Street in Cleveland, Ohio, Progressive Field is home to the MLB’s Cleveland Guardians (previously the Cleveland Indians). With the MLB’s seasons running from April to October, you’ll have plenty of time to catch a game.

And when you do visit, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is parking. To take the stress out of finding a parking spot, we’ve put together this visitors’ guide to Progressive Field Parking. Read on for everything you’ll need to know about where to park for Cleveland Guardians games.

Official Progressive Field Parking

Official Progressive Field Parking is available in the Gateway East Garage, located just a 2 minute walk from the stadium. Expect to pay between $10 and $15 dollars for parking in the Gateway East Garage. Spots can go fast, so it’s a good idea to plan ahead and reserve parking in advance.

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking is available in the Gateway East Garage on a first-come, first-served basis for vehicles with a valid disabled license plate or placard. The Gateway East Garage also offers accessible entrances offering access to the stadium.

Parking Near Progressive Field

There are a wide variety of off-site parking lots and garages in downtown Cleveland, especially in the areas surrounding Progressive Field and Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse. Parking is generally reasonably priced. We recommend some of the parking locations below:


Garage/Lot Price Distance to Stadium Walking Time
Gateway East Garage $10 to $15 0.1 miles 2 minutes
Euclid Prospect Gateway Garage $10 to $20 0.4 miles 9 minutes
Tower City Garage $10 to $20 0.5 miles 10 minutes
Dallas Building Surface Lot $15 0.1 miles 3 minutes
Public Square Garage $10 to $20 0.7 miles 13 minutes

Public Transit to Progressive Field

If you’re looking to dodge the parking problem altogether, Cleveland offers a variety of public transportation options that will take you right to Progressive Field.Check out the DCA website for info about routes and help planning your trip.

  • The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Bus System runs a number of routes that will get you to Progressive Field. Train. Downtown Cleveland boasts three distinct rail lines that meet at the main terminal at Tower City Center.
  • Cleveland offers free downtown trolleys from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Friday. The two trolley lins are the E-Line and the B-Line.

Where to Eat and What to Do at Progressive FieldProgressive Field Parking: Introducing the Cleveland Guardians

Progressive Field is pretty famous for its extensive ballpark food offerings, which means it’s pretty easy to get overwhelmed by the options. To take the stress out of grabbing a bite, we’ve made a list of what to eat, and where to find it.

Most Popular Events and Where to Buy Tickets

By far the most popular events at Progressive Field are the Cleveland Guardians baseball games, but the stadium also hosts a number of different entertainment events, including live music concerts that can attract huge crowds. For a full list of upcoming events at Progressive Field, check out SeatGeek’s events calendar.

If you’re looking for cheap tickets, we’d also recommend looking at third-party sites and services, including SeatGeek and StubHub. You can often find same-day tickets with exceptionally low prices, so it pays to be patient.


Unfortunately, tailgating isn’t allowed at Progressive Field. The good news is that Progressive Field is located in the Gateway District, a happening area filled with bars and restaurants, so you’ll have plenty of options for grabbing a drink or bite before the game.

Best Bars and Restaurants Nearby

There are a number of popular bars and restaurants just north of Progressive Field on Prospect Avenue. Nearby, you’ll also find East 4th Street, a cozy alley bursting with bars and places to eat — plus, it’s only two blocks away from the stadium. If you’re looking for a specific place to grab a bite or drink, we’d recommend some of the options below:

Progressive Field Food You Have to Try

Progressive Field boasts a variety of awesome food and beverage options. Its main concourse is divided into two food districts that feel a little bit like massive food halls — you’ll be able to find pretty much anything you’re craving here.

Great Lakes Brewing Co. in particular is a rock-solid and reliable fan favorite, serving up ales, lagers, and classic brewhouse fare. For more adventurous eaters, we also recommend some of Progressive Field’s specialty items:

  • Loaded hot dogs from Happy Dog
  • Giant sandwiches from Fat Head’s Brewer
  • Deluxe, Cleveland-style grilled cheese from Melt
  • Innovative tacos from Barrio

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