Target Field Parking: Complete Guide 2021

Last Updated on February 25, 2021 by Greg

Since looking for a secure parking space can be time-consuming and stressful, you should save time and money by finding a convenient parking spot in advance. That’s where we step in, providing you with a safe booking system and the best Target Field parking deals!

Our Target Field Parking Guide can provide you with information on main parking ramps at Target Field, off-site lots, street parking spaces, tips on saving money, and upfront rates.

Target Field

As the home ballpark of the MLB’s Minnesota Twins, Target Field is a big and popular baseball park located a mile away from downtown Minneapolis. The ballpark hosted numerous games, the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, and events like concerts of famous artists, such as Luke Bryan, Eagles, and Green Day. Its seating capacity is nearly 40 thousand.

Target Field is conveniently situated at 1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, MN 55403, and drivers can check out the driving directions to Target Field if coming for the first time. Visitors using public transportation services to get to the field should know that Target Field Station is just 10 yards from Gate 6 (see more info on public transit at the bottom of the page). You may want to find out all available Minnesota Twins parking options, their locations, and parking rates in advance – discover all that in our helpful guide.

Target Field Parking Ramp

If you are searching for public parking services near Target Field, you will be happy to find out that there are a lot of short-term parking spaces in the area, including 7,000 spots adjacent to the Minnesota Twins home ballpark (in the ABC and Hawthorne ramps). The downtown area provides even more parking spots – about 25,000 – in numerous parking garages and lots. 

A great thing about official Minnesota Twins parking is that you can easily pre-book it right now! ABC and Hawthorne Parking Ramps give you a secure parking area right next to Target Field, and ABC Ramps are the best choice for Twins fans planning to come early and stay later after the baseball game. Each Target Field parking ramp offers easy access to the ballpark. Minnesota Twins Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

To find out the special Target Field event parking rates, check out our list below:

Parking Lot Daily Parking Rate Monthly Parking Pass During Special Events 
Ramp A $13 $145 $7 – $27
Ramp B $15 $165 $7 – $27
Ramp C $15 $160 $7 – $27

Accessible Parking 

Handicap parking spaces are available in either Ramp A or Ramp B. Both parking facilities are directly connected to both Target Plaza and Target Field. To use these Target Field parking areas, a visitor has to own a disabled parking permit or license plate. Standard parking rates apply, and all major credit cards are accepted.

Minnesota Twins Parking near Target Field

Even though the official ramps around the field charge a reasonable price, you can save money and find a spot in downtown Minneapolis for as low as $4. However, this means that your vehicle will be farther away, and so you will have to take a 15-minute walk to the ballpark. You should also note that no shuttle service is provided from on-street parking structures.

Minneapolis has “Event Zones” near Target Field with special metered parking rates during Minnesota Twins games. The hourly parking meters closest to the stadium charge $2.50 per hour, while city parking fees further away charge $1.50 per hour. Street parking is located around the Olsen Memorial Highway, or you can check out the St. Anthony West neighborhoods for a cheaper spot.


Plenty of other parking lots and garages are available in the area surrounding Target Field. We have listed the important details below:

Parking Service Approximate Rate Address Walking Distance
Self-Parking Garage $14.22 241 N. 5th Ave. 5 minutes
Mayo Clinic Self-Parking $13.00 34 N. 7th St 9 minutes
Uncovered Marq 9 Lot $11.55 900 Marquette Ave. 16 minutes
Uncovered Orpheum Lot $10.50 1000 Hennepin Ave. 12 minutes
Covered Northstar Crowne Pl. $9.04 110 S. 7th Street 15 minutes
10th & Hennepin Covered $6.11 935 Hennepin Ave. 12 minutes
Underground Covered Parking $6.00 811 Lasalle Ave. 13 minutes
North First Street Garage $5.00 25 N. 1st Street 13 minutes
Jerry Haaf Memorial Ramp $4.00 424 S. 4th Street 18 minutes

We suggest that you avoid the 3rd Avenue Bridge due to traffic congestion on game days. Also, if you come within an hour of a Minnesota Twins game, park in street lots farther away since all Target Field campus parking ramps will certainly be full.

Tailgating at Target Field Parking

Despite the fact that tailgating is not permitted at Target Field parking ramps, there is a dedicated tailgate-friendly zone nearby – in the northeast part of downtown Minneapolis. If you want to have some fun and tailgate with your friends on a game-day, check out the Warehouse District or the vehicle parking lots from the Mississippi River to 6th street and from 11th to 4th Ave.

Each tailgating zone has the same rules that Minnesota Twins fans must follow:

  • Any sound-amplifying equipment is prohibited;
  • No wood-burning fires are allowed;
  • Meals must be prepared on charcoal/propane grills;
  • Trash must be thrown out before leaving.

Transportation to Target Field

If you wish to steer clear of a stressful search for a Minnesota Twins parking space, use public transportation options to reach Target Field. It’s the best and cheapest way to reach the ballpark on game days (certainly more affordable than on-site parking). Use the METRO Blue Line/Green Line or the Northstar Line rail if you are coming from Minneapolis, Bloomington, and St. Paul. Alternatively, the Metro Transit bus service provides several city bus lines that can take you to Target Field. Finally, there’s SouthWest Transit that takes passengers to any Target Field baseball game with quick service from the SouthWest metro.

In addition to Target Field parking availability and visitor parking information, our ParkingAccess MSP Parking page offers information on EV charging stations in the area. If you are driving an electric vehicle, check out electric vehicle charging stations in Minneapolis. We also have the best overnight parking at all the top airports, cruise parks, and ballparks. Don’t forget to check us out next time you need a short and long-term parking facility!

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