Visitors can instead park in the Music Concourse Garage, which is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and costs $3.50 per hour during the week and $4 per hour on weekends (bicycle parking is free). The north entrance is located at 10th Avenue and Fulton Street, while the south entrance is located at Concourse Dr. and Lincoln Drive.
The Golden Gate National Parks also offer several free parking options. There is no charge for visitors with disabilities who require special access devices or those who are elderly or frail. Free parking is also available in the following locations: the Leisure World Car Pool Lot, located at 17th Avenue and Phelan Boulevard; the Marina Car Pool Lot, located at Jefferson Street and Hyde Street; and the Stanyan Parking Structure, located at Stanyan Street and Hayes Valley Way.
In addition, free parking is available at most San Francisco Municipal Railway (SFMTA) bus stops. The first 300 feet of curb space outside any SFMTA bus stop is free at all times.
Finally, two municipal lots charge a fee but provide free parking to nonprofit organizations that qualify as low-income. One lot is located near Fort Mason Center at 5th Avenue and Battery Place, and the other is at 15th Avenue and Potrero Hill Avenue. For more information about these spaces or others across the city, visit the SFMTA website.
The stadium owns a number of public parking lots and garages. These lots usually open five hours before the event and close two hours after it concludes. Parking is $30 per vehicle and $90 each bus or RV. In the parking lots, tailgating is permitted. Outside the lots, parking is prohibited during game days.
MetLife Stadium is less than a 15-minute drive from Manhattan's East Side and 20 minutes by car from New Jersey's Central Coast. It is about a 25-minute train ride from Penn Station in New York City and about an hour from Newark Liberty International Airport.
The venue is accessible from the George Washington Bridge, the Lincoln Tunnel, and Route 17 (Jersey Avenue). Direct access to and from I-95 is also available via Exit 7 (NY 9A). Visitors may park in any parking lot within the stadium complex for an additional charge. The Lots and Garages addressable from their phone numbers are as follows: Giants Garage, 201 South Stemmons Freeway; Jets Garage, 100 North Stemmons Freeway.
Parking at MetLife Stadium is very expensive. The cost depends on how far you want to walk from your car. The minimum fee is $30 per vehicle. This amount increases if you want to be closer to the action or if you plan to park for several days in a row.
Off-campus Public Parking Options
Park City Mountain Village, located off Empire Avenue, offers free parking. Mountain Village has covered parking beneath the resort, and the Park City Base Area is accessible for a nominal daily charge. Parking is $20 per car per day on weekdays and holidays, and $25 per day on weekends and holidays. In addition, there is a limited number of parking spaces available at the base area for $60 per night.
When you book a room at one of Park City's ski resorts, free parking is usually included. If not, you can usually buy tickets from the front desk or vending machines for $10 to $30 depending on the length of your stay.
In summer, Mountain Village becomes a community where you can ride mountain bikes, hike, fish, or simply relax by the pool. There are also guided tours available through the village (costs vary).
In winter, just a few minutes from downtown Park City, this mountain village has something for everyone. The Canyons ski resort is only 15 minutes away by car, and the city center is only a 10-minute walk from most hotels. For a more adventurous experience, try ice skating in one of the town's many public parks during the winter months or take advantage of some of the other activities offered such as snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, or tubing. In summer, visit the Village at South Point for outdoor concerts, movies, and more.
For the first two hours, there is free parking in the park. After that, you will need to pay a fee. There are also paid parking lots nearby with rates ranging from $25 to $45 for an hourly rate.
The best way to get around Olympic Park is by public transport. The main bus stop is located near the intersection of Jefferson Street and Pacific Place Mall. Buses run frequently between 5:30 a.m. and 11:30 p.m., with reduced service on Sunday. A one-day pass costs $5.60. A three-day pass can be purchased for $16.80.
Olympic Boulevard is the name given to the road that runs through the center of Olympic Park. It is divided into a number of streets named after countries who have athletes competing in Vancouver: Canada, Germany, France, United States, Russia, China, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, and Australia.
There are several restaurants within walking distance of the main Olympic Boulevard entrance.
Parking Fees Summer weekends and holidays: $1 for 20 minutes, with a daily limit of $24. Winter: $1 per hour for the first four hours, then $2 per hour up to a maximum of $12. Children under 12 are free.
Special events such as concerts can raise the price of parking. Check with the wharfingeries.com website for updates.
Santa Cruz has a small city government and lots of free things to do so you might not need to spend that much time parked at the wharf. However, if you want to hang out on the beach or take some surfing lessons, this is a good place to do it.
The best way to save money while visiting the wharf is to use Uber rideshare or find free or cheap things to do in Santa Cruz. For example, the local university makes lots of free entertainment available to students during school days. There's also free yoga every morning at 6:30 am at the wharf from June through August.
If you plan to visit several ports along California's coast, don't worry about finding parking. Most cities and towns have a lot near where the boats come in for passengers to leave their cars while they go exploring or shopping in town.