There is metered parking on the streets. There are two parking decks near the creek.
In the parking garage next to the library. It can be accessed from market and Patrick streets.
agree with all above, with a cautionary note... parking downtown, metered or not, be careful to obey the signage... parking authority is strict, day and evening.. if you have a handicap tag, there is no cost at meyers downtown, possibly all over... and you are given extra time at time restricted areas. the meter folks mark tires with chalk so they know how much time you are in tthe spot, when meters are not and time based spot is chosen. 90% of the time i got lucky and found street parking, and as others have said, the lots are inexpensive, safe and convenient to the park when available.
I would park in one of the lots off East Street away from the train station. There is a parking garage next to the Delaplain Arts Center and it is right in the middle of the park. Downtown parking is limited to two hours.
It depends what you are doing and if you are going to a restaurant. There are signs on the Main Street that indicate parking garages. Use those.
All of the above work. If you don't mind a bit of a walk, try Baker Park at the west end near Bentz Street or over on Patrick out by the east end of the Linear Park. Otherwise, parking garages tend to be the easiest and closest.
Here you go--there is ample parking in these garages. May as well go right to one of these, as parking is tight on the streets, with meters, as the person above mentioned. It's inexpensive--like $2. The linear park is long, and easily accessed from any of these garages.
Carroll Creek Public Parking Garage – 44 E Patrick St
Church Street Public Parking Garage – 17 E Church St
Court Street Public Parking Garage – 2 S Court St
East All Saints Public Parking Garage – 125 E All Saints St
West Patrick Street Garage – 138 W Patrick St
On the weekend we were there we parked at the visitors center which has expanded parking area on weekends. Parking in downtown itself on the weekend is tough. Other options are to look for street parking on the ends of the park area
Parking around the creek is hard because mostly all the street parking is taken during the day but I do know that at night is a little bit easier if you go during the weekdays and sometimes some of the restaurants around the creek will offer parking for their customers but it usually only for 30 minutes and they’re kind of strict her in today, so you might want need to park on the block over and just walk down,also parking is free after 5 PM and on the weekends
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