Finding a Safe Route: Coors Field
The Colorado Rockies are back for the season with Opening Day at Coors Field just 3 days away! As you make your game day plans, we hope you can take the time to figure out how you will be getting there safely. If you plan to ride your bike or take a B-cycle (which is one of the best ways to avoid traffic and parking), we have some suggestions on how to best access the main entry points of Coors Field.
These bike routes have been created using a combination of Google Maps, Denver Bike Map, Bike Streets Map, and personal experience. Be advised that these are suggestions for routes rather than specific directions and should be used to help create a detailed, safe route to Coors Field. Remember to only ride where you feel safe and comfortable.
How to Ride to B-cycle Stations Near Coors Field
If you take a B-cycle, the main stations that are within walking distance of Coors Field along with general directions on how to access them are below:
21st & Market B-cycle Station
Closest access for Gate C (First Base) or Gate D (Home Plate)
Use the protected bike lanes on either Lawrence St. or Arapahoe St. to connect with 21st St. and ride to 21st and Market.
On opening day, (April 5th) our staff will be at the 21st & Market station between 11am and 2:30pm to greet you with B-cycle swag, Clif Bars, and more!
22nd & Market B-cycle Station
Closest access for Gate B (Right Field)
Use either Blake St or Larimer St to access the station from the north. Use 21st St. then Market St. to access the station from the south or the east.
21st & Lawrence B-cycle Station
Access to any gate at Coors Field
Use the protected bikes lanes on Arapahoe St. or Lawrence St. to connect with 21st St. and the station. If coming from the west, take the shared road on 19th St., and turn left on Lawrence St. to access the station.
19th & Market B-cycle Station
Close access to Gate E (Left Field)
If coming from the north or east, make your way to Arapahoe St., turn right on 18th St. and right on Market St. to access the station. If coming from the west, use 19th St. to connect with Market. If coming from the south, take Lawrence St., turn left on 18th St. and turn right on Market to ride to the station.
20th & Chestnut B-cycle Station
Close access to Gate E (Left Field)
Use the shared sidewalk on 20th St. to access the B-cycle station from the east or west directions, and Chestnut Pl. for access from the south.
Broadway & Walnut B-cycle Station
Access to Gates A, B, or C.
If coming from the north or the east, make your way to 26th Ave, turn left on Larimer St. and then a right on 27th St. to access the station. If coming from the south or the west, make your way to Lawrence St, and turn left on 27th St. to ride to the station.
How to Ride to Coors Field Entry Gates
Gate D (Home Plate) or Gate C (First Base)
If riding from east of Coors Field, your best access to Gate D is by using 21st St to ride to Blake St.
If riding from the west, use the shared sidewalk path on 20th St until you reach Blake St.
Gate B (Right Field)
If riding from RiNo or north of Coors field, the bike lane on Blake St. Connect with Blake St on either 26th St. or 21st St to avoid riding on Park Ave or an east-bound one-way street.
From east of Coors Field, ride down 21st and turn right on Blake St. to connect to Gate B.
From west of Coors Field, you have two options. One option is to ride down the shared sidewalk path on 20th St., turn left on Market St and a left again on 21st St to make your way to Gate B. The other option is to cross the railroad tracks by taking the shared sidewalk on 22nd St which will take you right to Gate B.
If riding from downtown, use the protected bike lane on Lawrence St, turn left on 21st St., to arrive at Blake St. which will connect you with Gate B.
Gate E (Left Field)
If riding from the east, first make your way to 18th St. by taking the protected bike lanes on either Lawrence St. or Arapahoe St. Next, head west on 18th St. and then turn left on Wynkoop St. to access the walkway that takes you to Gate E at Left Field.
If riding from the west, use the shared sidewalk on 20th St to ride to Blake St. You will then need to loop back around by turning right on 19th St to connect with the Wynkoop St. walkway. Be aware that while 19th St. is a shared road, current construction at Wazee St. and 19th St. has caused less room for bikes. Use the bike lane on 18th St. if you feel more comfortable with that.
Gate A (Center Field)
Since Gate A is located underneath 22nd and is surrounded by Coors Field parking lots, we suggest the best access is on foot by first making your way to Gate B (see directions above).
More information about biking to Coors Field on game days, including information about where to park personal bikes, can be found on their website here.