Parking Tips Around Key West FL

Parking Tips Around Key West, FL

Parking Tips Around Key West, FL

Key West, Florida is a fantastic place to visit in any season! The sun, the sand, the blue water, the sights, and the sounds all make Key West the special place it is. But finding parking in an area such as Key West can prove to be complicated. At Key West Jeep Rental, we want your trip to be stress-free which is why we’re offering tips on where to park during your trip! Keep reading below to learn more!

Garage parking

If you prefer to park in a covered parking garage, there are a few great options. Old Town is a very popular tourist destination in Key West, so that is where we’ll start. The Park N Ride Old Town Garage at the corner of Grinnell Street and Caroline Street offers 300 spaces and 24-hour parking. When you park at the Old Town Garage, you get free access to Key West public transportation for the duration of your parking pass. 

Pay lot parking

If an outdoor lot works for you, the Caroline Street parking lot at the corner of Caroline Street and Margaret Street offers 135 parking spaces, overnight parking, and operation hours from 8:30 A.M. to midnight, seven days a week. Mallory Square parking lot provides 100 parking spaces also from 8:30-midnight.

Metered street parking

Parking meters are also available throughout Key West. Pay meters accept coins and credit cards and will print a receipt when you pay. This receipt is to be displayed on the dashboard of your vehicle. A portion of the pass can be torn off in case it blows off your dashboard. Parking meter times are enforced between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and midnight, seven days a week. 

Things to do in Key West

Key West, Florida, offers many attractions to keep tourists busy for the entire duration of their trip. One of the fan favorites is the glass-bottom boat tour! The two-hour glass-bottom boat tour takes place on a 65-foot boat with air conditioning, large viewing windows below decks, and, of course, a glass-bottom for a crystal clear view of the ocean beneath the boat! Key West is home to rich history which can be discovered in many historic sites and museums such as the Ernest Hemingway House, the Curry Mansion, the Key West Firehouse Museum, the Shipwreck Historeum Museum, and more. Some other attractions include snorkeling trips, sunset sails, dolphin encounters, kayak tours, watersports rentals, and many more!

Key West parking and attractions

If you’re planning your next vacation to Key West, Florida, get the most out of your trip by renting a vehicle from Key West Jeep Rental! Finding parking can seem like a hassle, but rest assured that there are plenty of places to park. Contact our rental agents today to reserve your rental vehicle to make your Key West experience memorable!
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