Getting to Maimonides Park on public transit

Heading to Coney Island for some minor league baseball or an event? Find out how to get to Maimonides Park on public transit, and other helpful tips for traveling to the stadium.

About the venue

Maimonides Park is located on Surf Avenue and West 17th Street in Brooklyn. It is the home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, a minor league baseball team, and hosts other events throughout the year.

The stadium is separated from the Coney Island beach by Riegelmann Boardwalk, and is at the site of the historic Parachute Jump, the 250-foot landmark that still stands as a reminder of Brooklyn history.

John Jay College, which also uses Maimonides Park as its home baseball field, has more information about the stadium on its website, including driving directions.

There's plenty of other stuff to do around the park. See a map of the neighborhood and MTA Away's guide to Coney Island.

Getting there

Option 1: Take the subway.

The  trains stop at Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue, an accessible station. Exit to Surf Avenue, and go west to the stadium.

Fare: $2.90 for most riders.

Option 2: Take the bus.

The B36 stops directly outside Maimonides Park.

The B64, B68, B74, and B82 all stop nearby. For more details, please see the Brooklyn bus map or Brooklyn bus schedules.

Fare: $2.90 for most riders.

All MTA buses are accessible.

Travel tips

  • Check service status before you go. Schedules are subject to change. Be sure to check the status of your subway, bus, or rail line before heading out. 
  • Consider contactless. OMNY, our new contactless payment system, is available in all subway stations and aboard all buses. Learn more about how OMNY works.