Parking and Shuttle Information
2019 PARKING INSTRUCTIONS
Spectators, parents, players, officials and coaches without a parking pass should park at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Please use Stadium GATE 6 on Saturday, and Stadium GATES 3, 3A & 4 on Sunday.
** Parking passes to drive onto the yard are ONLY issued to club and college coaches.**
You must have BOTH your pass and a PHOTO ID to be allowed onto the Yard.
Those coaches with parking passes should head directly to Campus Gate 1 (GPS: 52 King George St.) at the end of King George Street (for Fields #8-18) or to Campus Gate 8 (for Fields #1-7) on Rt. 450. Have your parking pass AND driver’s license ready to show the guard on duty.
If you're taking the shuttle onto campus, you must park at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. There is a $10 PARKING FEE and ONLY CASH is accepted.
*** Whether you are driving onto the yard, riding in a car or shuttle
as a passenger, or walking onto campus via the visitor's center,
YOU MUST HAVE PHOTO ID IF YOU ARE OVER THE AGE OF 18.
Anyone under the age of 18 without a photo ID
will need to be accompanied by an adult. ***
NAVY-MARINE CORPS STADIUM GATES:
DIRECTIONS TO NAVY-MARINE CORPS STADIUM
SATURDAY: Directions to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Stadium Gate 6:
550 Taylor Ave
Annapolis, MD 21401
SUNDAY: Directions to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Stadium Gate 3, 3a & 4:
1100 Cedar Park Rd
Annapolis, MD 21401
*Once in the vicinity of Navy-Marine Corps, follow LAX signs to your open parking gate. There is another event on Saturday, so please take care to make sure you use the correct gate (as listed above)!*
There is a $10 CASH FEE FOR CARS TO PARK AT THE STADIUM (CASH ONLY, no credit cards) but the shuttle service to campus is FREE. The cost for team buses to park at the stadium is $20. Please allow time to park and be shuttled to the Yard prior to your first game of the day. A screening process will take place at the stadium before loading the shuttle, so please allow time for this screening as well! Gates will open at 5:30AM on both Saturday and Sunday. There will be Navy Lacrosse Players at the stadium to direct you and answer any questions you may have.
There are multiple bus stops at each field site on campus, so the bus can drop riders closest to the field they will be playing on. The shuttle service to and from the stadium will be available all day.
OTHER TRANSPORTATION/PARKING OPTIONS
If you do not want to take the shuttle, you may try to park at metered spaces downtown and walk onto campus via the Gate 1 Visitor's Center. However, please keep in mind that parking is limited on weekends in downtown Annapolis, and that security lines getting through Gate 1 may be very long as well. *Reminder that you need a driver's license/state ID if you're 18 or older and you choose to walk onto the academy. Anyone under 18 without a photo ID must be accompanied by an adult with a valid ID.* Please visit https://annapolisparking.com/ for more information on metered parking locations and rates.
You may also choose to Uber/Lyft to Gate 1 on campus, and walk onto the yard through the pedestrian gate at the Visitor's Center, but please keep in mind that security lines getting through Gate 1 may be long! *Reminder that you need a driver's license/state ID to get onto the yard if you're 18 or older. Anyone under 18 without a photo ID must be accompanied by an adult with a valid ID*
To avoid traffic, you may refer to "Waze" App for timely traffic information!
BAY BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
If you're planning on traveling to Annapolis via the Bay Bridge (US 50/301), please plan to build extra time into your ETA or seek an alternative route. The bridge is undergoing extensive construction that has had a significant impact on those traveling to and from Annapolis from the Eastern Shore side of Maryland. Click here for more information on the construction, including MDTA twitter updates.