Find parking directions to SunTrust Park

As they get set to start their 51st season in Atlanta, the Braves are about to open SunTrust Park – their third home since arriving from Milwaukee in 1966. Unlike Fulton County Stadium and Turner Field, SunTrust Park is located outside the immediate downtown Atlanta area. This means that not only will fans have to adjust to the new park, they’ll have to get used to traveling to a whole new part of town.

To help fans with the transition, we put together what you need to know about driving to SunTrust Park. Here are addresses and links to all 19 parking lots surrounding SunTrust Park. Simply click on the link to the lot you want and get the directions. We hope this helps make your game day experience as great as it can be.

SunTrust Park Parking Lot Addresses

SunTrust Park is located at 1100 Circle 75 Parkway, but that’s not where you should point your car on game day. There are 19 lots with a combined 14,000 parking spots surrounding SunTrust Park, and they conveniently have their own street address. It’ll be wise to purchase parking in advance; many of the lots are prepaid only. Some are a hike from the actual ballpark, but there will be a free shuttle for fans.

We put the full list below, simply plug the address of the lot you what into your navigation app for easy driving directions.

Lots closest to the stadium

Orange Valet Deck – 800 Battery Avenue SE

Requires tickets to the SunTrust Club, Champion Suites or Delta Sky360 Chairman Club. These ticket holders can valet at the first or third base gate.

Opens: 2 hours before game time.

Delta Deck – 655 Battery Avenue SE

Cost: $23. Requires tickets to the Delta Sky360 Executive Club, Infinity Club or Infinity Club Suites.
Opens: 2 hours before game time.

Red Deck – 2565 Circle 75 Parkway SE

Cost: $23. Available for The Battery Atlanta customers or fans with a Red Deck parking pass.
Opens: 2 hours before the game.

 

If you’re coming from the north or west:

Braves North 25 – 2999 Circle 75 Parkway (Lot 25)

Cost: $20 and open to prepaid parking only.
Opens: 6 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves North 29 – 3050 Circle 75 Parkway (Lot 29)

Cost: $20 and open to prepaid parking only.
Opens: 4 hours before weekday games and at 10 a.m. for weekend games. This is the only lot with approved tailgating.

 

If you’re coming from the south or east:

Braves East 31 – 320 Interstate North Park (Lot 31)

Cost: $20. Prepaid or payable on-site with credit card only.
Opens: Opens: 6 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves East 35 – 290 Interstate North Circle (Lot 35)

Cost: $20. Prepaid or payable on-site with credit card only.
Opens: Opens: 6 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

 

If you’re coming from the north or east:

Braves 11 – 1100 Circle 75 Parkway (Lot 11)

Cost: $23. Prepaid permits only.
Opens: 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves East 41 – 180 Interstate North (Lot 41)

Cost: $18. Prepaid or payable on-site with credit card only.
Opens: 6:30 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves East 42 – 200 Interstate North Parkway (Lot 42)

Cost: $18. Prepaid or payable on-site with credit card only.
Opens: 5 p.m. on weekdays, 2 hours before weekday afternoon games and 4 hours before weekend games.

Braves East 43 – 3100 Interstate North Circle SE (Lot 43)

Cost: $20. Prepaid or payable on-site with credit card only
Opens: 6 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves East 44 – 280 Interstate North Circle SE (Lot 44)

Cost: $20. Prepaid permit parking only.
Opens: 6 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves East 47 – 1000 Parkwood Circle (Lot 47)

Cost: $18. Prepaid permit parking only.
Opens: 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves East 50 – 3301 Windy Ridge Parkway SE (Lot 50)

Cost: $18. Prepaid permit parking only.
Opens: 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves East 51 – 2300 Windy Ridge Parkway SE (Lot 51)

Cost: $18
Opens: 10 a.m. only for games on May 25 and July 19

Braves East 52 – 2500 Windy Ridge Parkway SE (Lot 52)

Cost: $18. Prepaid permit parking only.
Opens: 5:30 p.m.

 

If you’re coming from the south or west:

Braves 9 – 900 Circle 75 Parkway (Lot 9)

Cost: $23. Prepaid permits only.
Opens: 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 4 hours before the game on weekends.

Braves South 60 – 1 Galleria Parkway SE (Lot 60)

Cost: $18. Open for select games only.

Braves South 65 – 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway (Lot 65)

Cost: $18. Open on May 25 and July 19 only.
Opens: 2 hours before the game.

 

Here are a few more tips for fans as the Braves move into their new ballpark:

Braves Games Now Start At 7:30

The first thing fans will need to know about the Braves’ new home is the new start time. Games will now start at 7:30 p.m. Why the change? Traffic. The team says pushing the start time back from 7 p.m. will allow the evening rush hour to lighten and help separate game traffic from commuter traffic.

Uber to the Ballpark

Like many airports have done, the Braves partnered with Uber for a designated SunTrust Park Uber Zone a short walk from the stadium on Windy Ridge Parkway. Uber drivers will be allowed to line up at the zone and riders will receive a PIN that let’s them take the next car in the line.

Braves Dugout: First Base

If you want the closest look at your favorite Braves players, sit on the first base side of the field. That’s where the Braves’ dugout will be, putting the visitors on the third base side. Bullpens are split on different sides of the outfield. The visitors will be in the left field corner, the Braves in right center field. Both are beyond the wall and out of the field of play.

Where To Eat

If you’d rather eat before or grab a drink after a game at SunTrust Park, The Battery Atlanta is the place to be. There are several restaurants and bars within walking distance of the stadium, with everything from a wine bar to a cigar lounge. You can stop at Antico Pizza for a slice of Neapolitan pie to share with friends, or grab Tex-Mex at El Felix. For a more truly southern twist, FEED has unbeatable chicken, catfish, mac and cheese, and more.

When it’s hot—and it will be—there’s a Haagen-Dazs nearby. One other interesting note about the famous Atlanta heat: The huge canopy over the stadium will help keep fans in the shade. It will be 80 feet wide and reach 60 feet out over the seats, a welcome respite from the summer sun. The Braves estimate it will keep more than half of fans covered during afternoon ballgames.

For kids: Hope and Will’s Sandlot

Kids will be entertained before and after Braves games with the new “Hope and Will’s Sandlot.” They’ll be able to ride a zip line, take swings in a batting cage and enjoy the climbing tower. Like at Turner Field, kids will be able to run the bases as SunTrust Park after Sunday home games.

The Future of Turner Field

In case you’re wondering, the Braves’ previous home will be turned into a football stadium for Georgia State University. The school will also build a new baseball field on the parking lot next door, on the footprint of Fulton County Stadium.

Fulton County Stadium saw Hank Aaron set the homerun record and the Braves win their first World Series. Turner Field played host to the Hall of Fame careers of Glavine, Maddux, Smoltz and – very soon – Chipper Jones. What will SunTrust Park bring?