Parking Updates

Western & Southern Open Parking Sunday Update

Update as of 11:30PM Saturday (including important information about Sunday below)

The Lindner Family Tennis Center and surrounding parking areas have received more than 6.5 inches of rain since Saturday, August 13th,  forcing the event to seek alternative methods to get fans to the venue. Updates below.

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The most important update currently for Sunday is that the Rivers Crossing Church location will NOT be available due to Sunday services. Please be repsectful of our neighbors and DO NOT attempt to park at the church.

On Sunday, all parking lots will again be open with varying degrees of capacity at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.

Alternative parking with free shuttle bus service to the site is being offered at three locations.


Fans coming from the South are encouraged to park at:

L-3 Communications (7500 Innovation Way)


Fans from the North are encouraged to park at:

360 Pharma Group (3555 State Route 741) - Drive way is across from Welden Drive


Please note: Kings Island Soak City will not be a parking option on Sunday.


Getting back to your car

 All outbound shuttles to the lots above will depart from the Ticket Office gate with the exception of anyone parking at Cintas. All guests parking at Cintas should make their way to the South Gate for shuttle transportation. 

To avoid long lines, consider sticking around the grounds until the lines die down. The Legends Bar in the food court will remain open after the last match to serve guests.

These free shuttles are being made possible with help from First Group and our great neighbors at L-3 Communications and 360 Pharma Group. VERY SPECIAL THANKS to the City of Mason.

Handicap parking and the Diamond Lot remain open as usual.

We thank you for your patience as we continue to work to provide the best possible fan experience to you. Receiving more than six inches of rain this week has been a challenge, and we are doing our best to not let it impact your visit.