Directions and Parking

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To reserve your parking spot today, visit Baltimore Convention Center SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up. You can also use SpotHero to park all over Baltimore — learn more here.

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Show Entrance located at the Pratt Street Lobby Entrance


Parking Information

Public Parking—Camden Yards/M & T Bank Stadium, Lot C
Event Parking Rates: $10–$12 (subject to change & availability). 

Due to a prescheduled event at Camden yards, Lot C will be unavailable for Boat Show parking on Saturday 1/28

Directions to Lot C
From the North and South:
            Take exit 53 from I95 to Russell St. (first exit on the right). Make a right at the stoplight (onto Lee St./Ripken Way); turn right into Lot C entrance
From Downtown:
            Take Howard St. South; turn right at Conway St.(near Camden Warehouse). Proceed down the service road to the entrance of Lot C.
**Central Parking manages the stadium lots and is in no way related to or under contract with the Progressive Insurance Baltimore Boat Show or Baltimore Convention Center. Parking rates are subject to change, and the show has no jurisdiction over event parking rates or fees.**

Convenient Shuttle Service

Shuttle service will be unavailable from Lot C on Saturday 1/28

Complimentary shuttle bus service to and from the Baltimore Convention Center will be available from the Lot C parking lot.

Shuttle busses will run to and from the show approximately every 20 minutes

Busses will be provided by Broadway Services, Inc.  

Public Transportation

Please consider using the Light Rail—exit at the Convention Center Station. For more information and route details go to 

View the list of Parking Garages nearby:

For additional parking information, please visit the Parking Authority of Baltimore City's website 

Charm City Circulator

Charm City Circulator services residents, downtown employees, students and tourists and anyone else who wishes to ride. The shuttle is intended to reduce congestion and greenhouse gas pollution by offering a convenient, reliable and eco-friendly form of public transportation.

For more information on this FREE service click on the link below. 



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