Globe Life Park in Arlington is located a quarter mile southeast of the old Arlington Stadium site at the corner of Randol Mill Road and Ballpark Way (formerly Stadium Drive). Parking lots and the other complex features surround the park. Globe Life Park in Arlington and the entire complex is easily accessible from Interstate 30, which is adjacent to the north side of the site. Nolan Ryan Expressway, constructed in honor of baseball's all-time strikeout king, runs north to south on the west side of the ballpark and serves as a major access road through the complex.
From now until later this fall, westbound and eastbound Lamar Boulevard/Ave H will be reduced to one lane approaching SH 360 for construction of a new southbound frontage road intersection.
The I-30 HOV T-ramp at the Baird Farm Road bridge is now open between SH161 and SH360. The east-west HOV lane from Dallas remains under construction. Please continue to follow @RangersInfo on Twitter for current traffic and parking information.
Find out the best way to get to Globe Life Park.
Find out where to park when arriving to the game.
The Rangers want you to have fun at every game… and some of that fun starts before you even enter Globe Life Park.
The Arlington Entertainment District Trolley provides route-based trolley service to Globe Life Park for each home game of the season.
Globe Life Park in Arlington offers parking for select football games and other events at our neighbor facility, AT&T Stadium.
Two shuttle routes serve patrons parking in lots north of Globe Life Park. The red shuttle route stops at the corner of Nolan Ryan Expressway and Road to Six Flags and serves Lots G and N on Legends Way. The blue shuttle route serves fans parking in Lot F with pickups from the west on Legends Way and east on Convention Center Drive. All shuttles stop at Home Plate Gate. Shuttles run three hours pre-game and two hours post-game. Please see the parking map for exact locations.