Can I bring water into the Petco Park?

Bottled Water at Petco Park

Is Bottled Water Allowed in 2021?

It’s vital to stay hydrated during a long summer Padres game in San Diego. Especially during a good weather when your seats are in the sun. Beer is expensive. So fans want to know if they can bring water into the ballpark.

Yes, you can bring bottled water inside Petco Park for San Diego Padres games. In 2021, only sealed bottles of water, juice boxes and milk cartons are allowed. Must be 32 ounces or less.

ADA-required liquids in a sealed container are also permitted.

Here is the official verbiage from the source: “Guests are allowed to bring one factory-sealed plastic bottled water that is still, clear and unflavored and that is one (1) liter (32 ounces) or less, and soft-sided single juice or milk containers or ADA required liquids in a sealed container. One (1) liter reusable water bottles are also permitted.”

Also glass bottles, cans, thermoses or alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

Drinking water is essential to ward off heat stroke and dehydration. A lot of it. And jokes aside, beer will not help! Even watered down ballpark beer. (View our Restroom Locator.) So save a few bucks and tote in some agua. By that 6th inning, you will appreciate it.

Like everything else in 2021, subject to change. (Note: You can now take in your own food)

See also: what else you are allowed to bring.




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