Cruise Port Parking
Port Parking Information
Below is a comprehensive list of parking facilities for cruise departure ports in the United States and Canada. You will find information on parking fees, driving directions, phone numbers and terminal home page links.
Cruise ships set sail from Baltimore’s cruise terminal to locations all around the world. Located in downtown Baltimore the port is just minutes from I-95 and I-70. The Baltimore cruise port features secure parking and stays open year round.
Parking at the Cape Liberty cruise port in Bayonne, New Jersey is operated by SP+ Parking and is located in a secure parking garage. Oversized vehicles can be accommodated for a double charge. General parking fees are $20 per day.
The port of Boston features an open-air lot with plenty of parking for cruise travelers. Parking is $20 per day for ticketed cruise passengers and this lot does not have any height restrictions. Parking at the port of Boston is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Charleston cruise port is located near downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Highway signs will direct you to Union Pier and all general cruise traffic should head to parking gate #2. Parking is $17.00 per day for traditional vehicles (up to 20ft in length) and $40 per day for larger vehicles.
Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale is more than just an amazing cruise port, it’s also one of the most accessible ports for parking during your vacation. The well-illuminated parking lot is patrolled by security around-the-clock and disabled parking is available. Standard parking costs are $15 per day and parking for oversized vehicles is $19 per day.
The Port of Galveston features a no-cash lot with a significant amount of available spaces. Costs are based on length of travel and range from $45 to $100, depending on length of stay. Pre-paid parking is offered at a discounted rate that can be purchased at portgalvestonparking.com.
Those many travelers fly to Hawaii for their cruise adventure, the Harbor Square parking garage offers parking for locals. Parking spots are available for both cars and motorcycles with flat rate deals for the duration of your cruise. The Harbor Square parking garage is just a short walk from the port in Honolulu.
The Bayport Cruise Terminal in Houston offers more than 1,500 parking spots for cruise travelers headed to various destinations. Discounts are available for those parking at Bayport Cruise Terminal who pay in advance and additional discounts for those who are disabled or have spent time in the Armed Forces.
The Port of Jacksonville is a smaller port with limited parking options. Travelers can parking at the port for a daily fee of $7 (for the sandlot) or $15 for the closest parking option. Some travelers may prefer airport parking with a Park EZ Fly shuttle transporting your group to Jacksonville’s port.
The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is a five-story parking garage with more than 1,400 available spaces to accommodate all cruise travelers departing from the Long Beach port. Oversized vehicles are charged by how many parking spaces they occupy during their trip. Cash and credit cards are accepted and payment to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal must be made before your cruise departs.
The Port of Los Angeles has a wide variety of parking options and an abundance of parking spots. Parking rates are $17 per day for a standard vehicle. All vehicles are parked in a secured outside lot with multiple transportation options on-site.
Port of Miami is offers a wide variety of parking spots with disabled and over-sized parking options also available on-site. Parking rates are $20 per day in a secured, well-illuminated lot. Shuttles to the airport and other popular locations are available.
The Mobile, Alabama cruise terminal offers state-of-the-art security in a large facility that accommodates most vehicles for those cruising out of the Mobile port. The parking terminal is located in downtown Mobile near hotels, restaurants and other amenities. Oversize vehicles require an additional fee at the Alabama cruise port.
Port of New Orleans is located just outside of beautiful downtown New Orleans, Louisiana. Parking at the site of the cruise terminals is available for a charge of $20 per day. The port is just minutes from I10 and the French Quarter and serves many major cruise lines.
New York’s Manhattan and Brooklyn Cruise Terminal’s are home to the most spectacular cruise ships at sea. Parking costs are a bit steep at these terminals with charges of $40 per night. Extended parking stays longer than 11 days (max 30) are available for a $400 charge.
The Norfolk, Virginia cruise port is conveniently located less than one mile away from I-264. The parking area is a short shuttle ride from the port and offers 24/7 security to ensure your vehicle will be safe during your cruise vacation. Cash, credit and travelers checks are accepted at the Norfolk port and porters are on site to assist with luggage.
The Philadelphia cruise port is located at Pier 1 in the Philadelphia Naval Business Center. Port parking is a short walk from where the cruise ship passenger loading area is located. The secured parking lot is large enough to accommodate any travelers leaving the Philadelphia port.
Port Canaveral, located on Central Florida’s eastern coast, is one of the busiest ports in the United States. Serving many major cruise lines, this port offers a secure parking lot at a fee of $64 for 3 days. Additional pricing options are available at portcanaveral.com.
The Port of San Diego welcomes cruise ships from around the world year round. Travelers in large groups must apply for a parking permit to lock in a parking spot during their cruise vacation. You can apply for these parking permits at portofsandiego.org.
The Port of San Francisco is just miles from downtown San Francisco, California. There are no pier parking spots at this location. There are, however, several convenient parking options for cruise travelers at Pier 27 and Pier 35.
The Port of Seattle is a lively cruise terminal with all expected options for parking including oversized vehicles. General parking is available for $26 per day and those who book online will receive a $1 discount. Oversized parking is available for $36 per day.
The Port of Tampa Bay prides itself in being more than just a port of departure. This amazing port serves some of the world’s top cruise lines and parking is abundant. A secured, covered parking garage is available for fair hourly and daily rates. Valet parking is also available at Tampa’s cruise port.
Canada Place, the Vancouver port parking facility for cruise travelers, is a secure 750 spot secured parking area just steps from the cruise ships. Discount cruise parking rates are sometimes available for those who pay in advance. Canada Place has parking spots for oversized vehicles for an additional charge to make cruising out of Vancouver as easy as possible.