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Oracle Park Service

red-alert Golden Gate Ferry service to/from Oracle Park for baseball games has been suspended through at least mid April 2020. We will continue to monitor this evolving situation closely. Visit goldengate.org for the latest information. 

 

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Golden Gate Ferry operates direct service to Oracle Park for San Francisco Giants home games and other ballpark events. Ticketing for this special service is different than our other ferry services to/from the San Francisco Ferry Building.

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Travel time is 60 minutes between Larkspur Ferry Terminal and the ballpark, or 30-40 minutes if a high-speed vessel is used. The ferry docks right outside the center field entrance, within steps of the ballpark.

The return ferry to Larkspur departs from the ballpark promptly 30 minutes after final out, or 30 minutes after last fireworks on select nights. Note: The boat does not leave early in the event of a rain delay or extra innings.

Larkspur Ferry Terminal Parking

Parking at the Larkspur Terminal lot and the overflow lot is extremely limited. Riders are encouraged to use alternate modes of transportation to get to the terminal - visit our Larkspur Transit Alternatives page for complete details. When the terminal lot is full, ferry customers may use the overflow lot at 300 Larkspur Landing Circle (same Larkspur Ferry parking fees apply) or the Park & Ride lot on Drake's Landing Road at Sir Francis Drake Blvd.

Be sure to arrive early to allow plenty of time to meet the ferry departure! Walking time from the overflow lot to the terminal is approximately 10-15 minutes. Click for map with walking path from overflow lot.

For midweek, midday ballgames on April 10; May 15 and 23; June 26; July 24; August 7 and 14; and September 12 and 26, we have arranged for additional overflow parking at the newly paved lot adjacent to Nordstrom's at the Village of Corte Madera shopping center. 

Parking fees are in effect at the Larkspur Terminal and overflow lots (300 Larkspur Landing Circle, formerly Marin Airporter) weekdays only between 5:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. All spaces (including HOV, disabled, and motorcycle parking) are subject to the fee, and any vehicle parked in the lot during this time is subject to the fee. Visit our Larkspur Ferry Parking page for more information and ways to pay.

HEADS UP! Due to an increase in vehicle and pedestrian traffic on days of Giants games, drivers are advised to use EXTREME CAUTION when driving in the Ferry Terminal parking lot. Pedestrians are reminded to use crosswalks and to not run in the parking lot or in front of moving vehicles. Drivers are reminded to watch for pedestrians and not drive aggressively, to observe the 5 mph speed limit, and to observe the pedestrian right-of-way.

Advisories

Passengers may NOT bring the following items on board: weapons or security-sensitive objects, open containers (alcoholic or non-alcoholic), alcoholic beverages, hard-sided coolers, and briefcases/diaper bags/purses/ backpacks/bags larger than 16"x16"x8". ALL bags are subject to search and passengers may NOTleave items unattended on the ferry.

Tailgating in the Larkspur Terminal lot is NOT permitted. Underage drinking in the terminal or onboard our ferries is NOT permitted. Golden Gate Ferry reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.

In an effort to more effectively manage the safe passage of passengers and crew on the return trip from Oracel Park, Golden Gate Ferry suspends the sale of alcoholic beverages 20 minutes prior to arrival in Larkspur.

Items NOT ALLOWED onboard Golden Gate Ferry or inside Oracle Park:

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Illegal drugs
  • Weapons
  • Laser pointers
  • Briefcases/diaper bags/purses/backpacks/bags larger than 16" x 16" x 8"
  • Non-alcoholic beer or wine
  • Glass bottles/metal cans
  • Hard-sided coolers
  • Air-powered noise makers
  • Animals, except certified service animals and service animals in training
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