Volunteer Parking Program: Non-Profits

The Community Maritime Park extends an opportunity to local non-profit organizations to raise funds by providing volunteers to park fans at the stadium for one of the Blue Wahoos five-game home stands each season.

14 non-profits have the opportunity to participate in the Volunteer Parking Program. Completed Registration, W-9, and signed Hold Harmless Agreement will be accepted until all dates are filled, home stand dates are first come first serve. 

Remaining 2020 Blue Wahoo Home Stands:

August 28 - September 1

Community Maritime Park overview
Image courtesy of Wrong Brothers Flight Training.

Benefits of Stadium Parking with CMP:

  • These lots provide the best and closest parking options
  • 30+ ADA parking spaces at the stadium
  • Lots are well lit for night games
  • Parking supports local non-profit organizations and their efforts in the community.

One hour before game time until the first pitch is thrown, Main Street traffic will be slowed and controlled by the Pensacola Police Department at the intersections of DeVilliers, Reus, and Spring Streets. One way traffic will enter the stadium lot from Main Street onto DeVilliers.

Reus Street will be closed to all traffic one hour before game time. Spring Streets will be one way traffic and exit only onto Main Street. Be prepared for traffic delays in this area on game days.

Game day parking is also available one hour before game time directly across from the stadium in the City Hall parking lot at 222 W. Main Street for just $5 per vehicle on a first come, first serve basis. Parking can also be found at various locations throughout downtown Pensacola.

To find out more about Blue Wahoos games and ticket information visit Blue Wahoos.

2015 Parking Map