PARKING
Parking in Vail & Beaver Creek in winter is easy and more convenient than ever, with a variety of close-in and short-term parking options. Use these tips to find the parking that’s right for you. Event or Town transportation systems service all parking areas listed below:

PARKING IN AVON & BEAVER CREEK

Bear Lot(s)

Complimentary parking with frequent shuttle service to main Beaver Creek Village. Located at the base of the west entrance to Beaver Creek. How to get there: At the Beaver Creek roundabout head west on Highway 6 and turn left at the stop light.

Elk Lot

Complimentary parking with frequent shuttle service to main Beaver Creek Village. Located just near the eastern entrance to Beaver Creek. How to get there: at the Beaver Creek roundabout head west on Highway 6, and after a short distance take a left as directed by parking attendants).

Traer Creek/Rodeo Lot

As deemed necessary, Rodeo Lot will be opened during high-volume parking periods. This complimentary parking lot will be serviced with frequent and direct shuttle service to main Beaver Creek Village. Located adjacent to Chapel Square Plaza, just off East Beaver Creek Blvd. How to get there: After exiting I-70 at the Avon exit, follow directional signage located at each roundabout in town.

AVON & BEAVER CREEK PARKING MAP

PARKING IN VAIL

Park Close All Day for $25 in Vail Village and Lionshead Structures

Approximately 2,500 close-in parking spaces are available at Vail’s two parking garages. The parking spaces, 1,800 of them covered, allow skiers and snowboarders quick and easy access to Vail Mountain via the Vista Bahn ski lift in Vail Village, Eagle Bahn Gondola in Lionshead or Riva Bahn ski lift at Golden Peak. The $25 all day rate is good seven days a week for a 24-hour time period, which begins when entering the structure. Cash and credit cards (Visa/MasterCard) are accepted.

Short-term Parking

Short-term parking is also available in the two structures. These spaces are easy to find and are perfect for short-term parking. The short-term parking spaces are located on the top deck of the Vail Village parking structure and on level 1 of the Lionshead parking structure. Cash and credit cards (Visa/MasterCard) are accepted. The short-term parking option allows users to enter and exit the parking structures with ease. Available seven days a week.

Frontage Road Parking Availability

The Frontage Road will be used as overflow parking when all other lots are filled. Please refer to the variable message signs located at the main Vail off ramps (exit 176) to make sure the overflow parking option is legally available upon your arrival. Hosts at the parking garages will be on hand to advise you about available parking options. Once the Frontage Road has been released for overflow use, park on the I-70 (north) side of the roadway, leaving as much shoulder area as possible for your safety; avoid blocking driveways; and leave plenty of space, as much as 50 feet, at intersections. Perimeters on the Frontage Road which prohibit parking will be clearly marked. During overflow situations, this parking is free and available until 11 p.m.

Free Outlying Parking - 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

All areas listed below are serviced by the existing Town of Vail transportation system. Bus frequency varies from 15 minutes during peak times to 1 hour during non-peak times.

  • Red Sandstone Park (15 spaces): Available 7 days a week starting January 1.
  • North Frontage Road (70 spaces): West Vail, across from West Vail Mall. Available 7 days a week. For directions, call 970-479-2104.
  • North Frontage Road (100 spaces): West Vail, west of West Vail roundabout. Available Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.
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