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Directions & Parking

Parking for all River Cats 2017 regular season games is $10.

But here are a number of different ways to travel to Raley Field and park for free.


We're always looking for ways to improve our sustainability efforts at Raley Field, and this year, that includes the all new River Cats Road Relief presented by Sacramento Region Spare The Air. Take a look below at some of the new and exciting transportation opportunities for the 2017 River Cats season.

Lasher's Elk Grove Subaru Carpool - Park for Free!


You + three friends (or family!) + one car = free parking! Help us make a difference by carpooling on your way to River Cats games this season and we'll cover your $10 parking fee. Follow these simple steps and you'll be on your way:

  • Visit
  • Fill out the form, including the date of the game you're attending
  • Print your voucher (check your spam folder!)
  • Bring your voucher and at least three other people with you
  • Present your voucher at Raley Field and park for free!


Bike Valet


The tires have air and the chain seems tight? Perfect. Hop on that old ten speed of yours and bike to the ballpark. When you get here? We'll watch your bike - for free! Just pull up to our secure Bike Valet on Ballpark Dr., drop that two-wheeler (or three-wheeler, scooter, or roller blades) with us, and catch your favorite baseball team on the field. When you're ready to leave, just check back in with us and we'll get your bike back to you safely so you can get back home safely.



Parking Map



For more information on parking locations and rates, please click here.



Driving Directions To Raley Field:


Westbound Highway 50 (from Placerville, Folsom, Fair Oaks, Rancho Cordova, etc.)

  • Westbound Highway 50 to Jefferson Blvd/West Sacramento Exit
  • When exiting highway, take the fork to the right for 5th St.


Eastbound Interstate 80 (from San Francisco, Davis, etc.)

  • Eastbound Interstate 80 becomes Capital City Freeway (Highway 50) toward South Lake Tahoe.
  • Exit Jefferson Blvd./Downtown Sacramento.
  • When exiting, keep to the left and take the Downtown Sacramento exit.
  • Raley Field will be on your right.


Northbound Interstate 5 (from Stockton, Elk Grove, etc.)

  • Northbound Interstate 5 to Westbound Highway 50 toward San Francisco
  • Exit at Jefferson Blvd./West Sacramento exit
  • When exiting highway, take the fork to the right for 5th St.


Southbound Interstate 5 (from Redding, Marysville, North Natomas, etc.)

  • Southbound Interstate 5 to Westbound Highway 50
  • Exit at Jefferson Blvd./West Sacramento exit
  • When exiting highway, take the fork to the right for 5th St.


From Downtown Sacramento

  • Take either the Tower Bridge or the I Street Bridge (if you are parking in any of the lots to the north of Raley Field).


Other Ways to Get to the Ballpark:


Capitol Corridor Train

Simplify your visit to Raley Field and take the Capitol Corridor train to a River Cats game. It's safe, clean, comfortable and convenient. The Sacramento station is an easy walk to the ballpark. For more information on taking the Capitol Corridor to Raley Field, please visit The Capitol Corridor...Travel Made Simple.



Yolobus is an excellent way to get to the ballpark. You can avoid traffic, and there are stops right next to Raley Field. Click Here for Yolobus routes that take you right to the ballpark!


Walk or Bike across Tower Bridge

Park in Old Sacramento and walk across the newly widened Tower Bridge. You can also ride your bike to the park, and use our bike racks near the Raley Field Suite Entrance!








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