More than 2.5 million fans visit Wrigley Field every year to see the Chicago Cubs play. Located in the Lakeview neighborhood, the area surrounding the field has been dubbed Wrigleyville. Even if you aren’t going to the field itself, tons of nearby bars and pubs offer a spirited atmosphere for every game.
Parking in Wrigleyville is notoriously expensive and challenging to come by during games, so it’s always a good call to make a parking plan beforehand. Read on to find a Wrigley Field parking option that best suits your needs.
Wrigley Field Parking Quick Facts
Location: 1060 W. Addison St.
On-Site Parking: Toyota Camry Lot and Irving Park Lot for public parking and Season Parking Holders.Toyota RAV4 Lot exclusively for Season Parking Holders. Call 1-773-388-8270 for Season Parking information.
Best Nearby Parking: The official lots are nearby, but you’ll have to commit to becoming a Season Parking Holder. The best paid parking is an under the radar lot: 3514 N. Halsted St., where you can book online and easily park in a reserved spot.
Free Parking: There’s free parking and shuttle service for night and weekend games (does not include weekday afternoon games) at 3900 N. Rockwell St. You can begin parking two and half hours before the first pitch. Shuttles board post-game until one hour after the game ends.
Book a parking spot online near Wrigley Field
- If convenience is your biggest priority, you can find parking close to Wrigley Field. This strategy may be your best bet if you’re driving into Chicago from out of town. Check out this blog post on Wrigley Field Parking for more tips and parking options close to Wrigley.
- The Red Line stop is located one block east of Wrigley Field. Boarding the ‘L’ train costs $2.25. If you’re looking to avoid Wrigleyville game day traffic, you may want to consider parking near an ‘L’ stop and taking the train. You can find some reliable parking spots near the L train here.
- If you park at a metered spot, download the ParkChicago app to replenish your meter from the game. You wouldn’t want to leave the game if there are extra innings!
|3551 N. Southport Avenue Lot||Lot||.6 Miles||N/A|
|1013 W. Roscoe Street Lot||Lot||.4 Miles||N/A|
|3822 N. Sheffield Avenue Lot||Lot||.2 Miles||N/A|
|3725 N. Sheffield Avenue Lot||Lot||.1 Miles||N/A|
|3514 N. Halsted Street Lot||Lot||.5 Miles||Book Now|
|845 W. Sheridan Road Lot||Lot||.5 Miles||N/A|
|3440 N. Broadway Street Garage||Garage||.7 Miles||Book Now|
|Sports Authority Garage||Garage||.8 Miles||Book Now|
|The Vic Parking Garage||Garage||.7 Miles||Book Now|
|3901 N. Marshfield Avenue Lot||Lot||.9 Miles||N/A|
|3730 N. Lake Shore Dr. Garage||Garage||.7 Miles||Book Now|
|3600 N. Lake Shore Dr. Garage||Garage||.7 Miles||N/A|
Helpful Wrigley Field Parking Links and Resources:
Wrigley Field Parking Guide: A comprehensive guide to Wrigley Field parking, including three different ways to find parking for Chicago Cubs games, Concerts at Wrigley Field and other events.
Just One Bad Century: A site for die-hard Chicago Cubs fans.
Chicago Cubs Website – Transportation: This is the Official site of the Chicago Cubs transportation and parking guide.
Game Day Parking and resource guide: This is a helpful guide from Chicago’s very own Red Eye publication.
Wrigleyville Rooftops Guide: Resource Guide for Wrigleyville Rooftops
Parking Map of Official Lots: Parking in these lots is extremely limited. If you do not have the parking pass on you or are not a season ticket holder, you cannot expect to find parking by driving up on game day.
Wrigley Street Parking Restrictions: Summary and map of street parking restrictions in the area around Cubs park. This has the descriptions on what residential parking permits can be used and how (LV2 and 383 passes). It also discusses the fines (over $500) for purchasing or selling residential permits from Lake View.
Wrigley Field E-Guide: Ballparkeguides.com Guide to Wrigley including tips, history and more!
Wrigley Parking Guide: This is an all encompassing and detailed guide from Time Out Chicago
iWannaPark: Online parking reservations at various lots and garages near the stadium. They have options at a covered parking garage along with many surface lot options at nearby schools.
CubParking: This is for parking reservations. All are local parking spots from neighborhood residents very close to the stadium.