ALERT: The game on Wednesday, April 27 will run concurrently with a Chase Center event. Plan ahead, take public transit, and arrive early.
Peninsula and South BayNearly half of all fans coming from the Peninsula and South Bay take Caltrain to the ballpark. Oracle Park's main parking facility is also convenient for those coming from the south, located in Mission Bay just south of the ballpark. Uber is another good option for fans coming from the northern Peninsula.
Take Public Transportation: Caltrain
Caltrain runs extra trains, including post-game express service, for all Giants home games. Regular service is more frequent than ever, with trains at least every half hour weekdays and approximately every hour on weekends.
Pregame: Fans should take regularly scheduled trains to Oracle Park.
Postgame: In addition to Caltrain's regular schedule, extra post-game trains depart San Francisco starting approximately 15 minutes after last out, or when full, and run express to Millbrae before making all remaining stops to San Jose. Fans wishing to reach stations north of Millbrae can take regular scheduled trains. The last train departs San Francisco just after 12 a.m. There will be no extra service after the last train in the event that a Giants game goes into extra innings in order to provide overnight construction windows for the Electrification Project.
Caltrain is discounting all fares by 50% (except Go Pass) for the month of April.
The fastest way to get to and from Oracle Park, with express trains to Millbrae (local stops from there to San Jose) 15 and 25 minutes after weeknight and weekend games (or when full).
Use a Ride-Hail Service like Uber
Leave the driving to someone else by taking Uber to the ballpark. Do the math: Uber may even be cheaper than driving and parking.
Drive and Park
Reserve Parking with Spot Hero
We recommend booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through Spot Hero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app.