Nationals Park is located in Southeast Washington along the Anacostia River bounded by South Capitol Street to the west, N Street to the north, First Street to the east and Potomac Avenue to the south.
1500 South Capitol Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003-1507
Fans are advised to purchase parking in advance or consider the other options listed below.
Save time and purchase parking online!
Metro's SafeTrack is here. Fans need to allow plenty of time when traveling to and from the ballpark for Postseason. Fans can take the Green Line to the Navy Yard station or the Orange, Blue or Silver Line to the Capitol South station.
Use the Nationals Park Interactive Map to plan your trip to the park.
Commercial parking is available throughout the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. Street parking around the ballpark is very limited.
If you purchased parking through the Washington Nationals, please click here for directions to and from our parking lots.
Fans can catch October baseball at Nationals Park via Metrobus routes or by taking the Navy Yard route of the DC Circulator Bus. The DC Circulator costs $1 and arrives every 10 minutes.
Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxi service from Old Town to Diamond Teague Park Pier, located directly across from Nationals Park. Tickets to the 'baseball boat' can be purchased here.
If you're driving to Nationals Park, don't be a lone ranger. Consider taking another Nats fan or two. Commuters can now utilize CarpoolNow, a new ridesharing app that gives commuters in the metro Washington region the ability to carpool on-demand in real-time.
Leave the driving to someone else and utilize a taxi or ride-hailing service to get to and from Nationals Park.
Nationals Park is bicycle friendly, with over 250 bike racks around the ballpark, plus a complimentary bike valet for fans. There are four Capital Bikeshare bike docks, located all within a 10 minute walk of the ballpark.