Public Parking

The Town of Estes Park’s public parking is currently free of charge. Free seasonal shuttles serve remote parking available at the Events Complex Park-n-Ride (1125 Rooftop Way) and parking lots at the edge of downtown at the Estes Park Visitor Center and Parking Structure. Parking within downtown includes all-day, three-hour and 30-minute spaces on-street and in parking lots. Overnight parking is prohibited.

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Map of public parking options

Park and ride the Estes Park Free Shuttles

Review the Downtown Parking Management Plan

New!  Visitor Center Transit Facility Parking Structure: 691 N. Saint Vrain Ave./U.S. 36

  • Opened July, 2017 with 414 parking spaces
  • No parking available for RVs, buses or trailers

  • Numerous disabled parking spaces are available on the ground level

  • 8-foot, 2-inch maximum vehicle height on the ground level, 7-foot maximum vehicle height on the upper levels

  • 4 electric car-charging stations are free to use courtesy of the Town of Estes Park; 3-hour limit.

  • Catch the Estes Park Free Shuttles at the Visitor Center, just across the Big Thompson River

RV, Trailer and Bus Parking

  • 20 spaces at the Events Complex Park-n-Ride: 1125 Rooftop Way

  • 10 spaces at the Municipal Parking Lot (Town Hall and Library) 335 E. Elkhorn Ave.

  • 4 spaces at the Estes Park Visitor Center: 500 Big Thompson Ave.

Electric Car Charging Stations

  • 2 charging stations on the north side of the Municipal Parking Lot (Town Hall and Library), 335 E. Elkhorn Ave.

    • Cost is $1 per hour to park and recharge a vehicle, payable by credit or debit card

    • 3-hour limit

  • 4 stations outside the entrance to the Estes Park Transit Facility Parking Structure, 691 N. Saint Vrain Ave.

    • Free of charge

    • 3-hour limit

  • Learn more about Electric Vehicle Charging Stations