Convenient Transportation Options Available - Free Shuttle Service and Sunrail For Monster Jam on March 4 - Stadium On-Site Parking Still Available



Stadium On-Site Parking is Still Available for Monster Jam This Saturday


ORLANDO, FLORIDA [March 1, 2023] – Camping World Stadium has limited on-site parking available for Monster Jam on Saturday, March 4. With multiple concurrent events on March 4 at Amway Center, Camping World Stadium, Dr. Phillips Center and Exploria Stadium, convenient parking and transportation options are available for fans while visiting downtown Orlando, including complimentary transportation for both shuttle service and extended SunRail hours. Fans are encouraged to purchase parking in downtown Orlando and take the free shuttle service or SunRail to/from the event. Visit, your resource for enhancing your weekend in downtown Orlando and the Monster Jam Fan Guide for more information about your fan experience.


Also, be advised an event traffic management plan will be in effect for the bowl game and road closures will be in place around Camping World Stadium beginning at 5 a.m. ET.



Saturday, March 4


12:00 p.m.:              Downtown Orlando Shuttle Service Begins

12:30 p.m.:              All Stadium Parking Lots Open

12:30 p.m.:              Box Office Opens (Near Gate A // Church Street & Rio Grande Avenue)

1:30 p.m.:               Early Pit Party Entry (Free // Tinker Field)

2:00 p.m.:               Church Street Block Party Begins

2:30 p.m.:               SunRail Service Begins

2:30 pm.:                Pit Party Begins

5:00 p.m.:               All Gates Open

7:00 p.m.:               Event Begins

10:21 p.m.:              SunRail Southbound Final Departure

11:30 p.m.:              Church Street Block Party Ends

11:53 p.m.:              SunRail Northbound Train Final Departure

1-Hour Post Event:  Downtown Orlando Shuttle Service Ends





SunRail Service Schedule

   Free Service Begins:              2:30 p.m.

   Southbound Final Departure: 10:21 p.m.

   Northbound Final Departure:   11:53 p.m.





Free Downtown Orlando Hours

   12 p.m. // Shuttle service begins 

   1-hr post-event / Shuttle service ends

   Purchase downtown Orlando parking



Shuttle Service Sites (view shuttle service map)

   118 N. Gertrude Avenue // Pick-up & Drop-off

-   SE corner of Gertrude Avenue & Washington Street

-   Purchase downtown Orlando parking

   Stadium // Drop-off & Pick-up:

-   Church Street & Nashville Avenue





Shuttle Service Sites (view shuttle service map)

   118 N. Gertrude Avenue // Pick-up & Drop-off

-   SE corner of Gertrude Avenue & Washington Street

-   Purchase downtown Orlando parking

   Stadium // Drop-off & Pick-up:

-   Church Street & Nashville Avenue


Courtesy cart service is available for mobility-impaired fans from designated areas surrounding Camping World Stadium. Wheelchair service to entry gates is available from all mobility ADA transport hubs (refer to list below). Due to escalated post-event pedestrian traffic, cart service is suspended for 30 minutes at the conclusion of the event. Cart service continues until one-hour post event. Fans may utilize wheelchair service at Gates C and D, which continues to the main mobility hubs.


   Mobility ADA Transport Hubs (view stadium map)

-   East Hub // Lot 6 (Rio Grande Avenue & Anderson Street)

-   Church Street Hub (Across from Shuttle Site at Church Street & Nashville)

-   Jones High School Hub (Front of sports complex)

-   Tampa North Hub (Tampa Avenue & Pine Street)

-   Tampa South Hub // Lot F (Tampa Avenue & Carter Street)


   Wheelchair Service

-   Gates C and D





   Traveling Eastbound On I-4: Take the South Street – Exit 83

   Traveling Westbound On I-4: Take the Anderson Street – Exit 83



RIDESHARE PICK-UP (view shuttle service map)


   Uber and LYFT (post-event only)

-   Rideshare pick-up location only

-     S. Dollins Ave between Central Boulevard & Washington Street



PRE-PAID STADIUM ON-SITE PARKING (view stadium parking map)


Fans with pre-paid stadium on-site parking permits should download their permit in advance to their smartphone wallet and have it ready to display for speedier and seamless entry into stadium parking lots.


About Camping World Stadium

Camping World Stadium is owned and operated by the City of Orlando. Since opening in 1936 as a Works Progress Administration project by President Franklin D. Roosevelt at a cost of $115,000 and a capacity of 8,900, the stadium has undergone numerous expansions and name changes over the years. The historic venue underwent a massive $207.7 million reconstruction in 2014, which yielded 90% all-new construction and a completely modernized stadium. Its sustainable design achieved a LEED Silver Certification for new construction from the U.S. Green Building Council. In 2021, the stadium underwent an additional $60 million in construction upgrades and enhancements that included adding approximately 3,800 permanent seats on the North Plaza deck, creating a new premium Club Level on the east and west sides and installing more restrooms and concession areas for general admission. The continued investment has bolstered Camping World Stadium's ability to draw high-profile events like neutral-site college football games, the NFL Pro Bowl, WrestleMania, Monster Jam World Finals and big-name concerts while retaining its signature annual bowl games and events. For more information, visit Camping World Stadium.

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