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Eureka Springs Transit
137 W. Van Buren,
on Highway 62, about 1/4 mile west of the intersection with Highway 23N
Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632


Phone: (479) 253-9572
FAX: (479) 253-8272

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Eureka Springs Transit
Parking In Eureka Springs

Because of our hilly terrain, parking is limited – and the part that is "free" is in even shorter supply. There are some things you can do, for the best place to park:

If you are staying in town, just park your vehicle and hop a trolley. Virtually every lodging facility has a trolley stop within walking distance;

If you are in for the day or just want to have your vehicle with you, there are several areas in town where parking is available -

a. Transit & Welcome Center, all trolleys stop here, $5.00 for all-day;
b. Planer Hill Park & Ride Welcome Center, $5.00 for all-day
(When you park either at the Transit & Welcome Center or the Planer Hill Park & Ride Welcome Center and buy on All-Day Adult Trolley Pass, you will receive a $3 discount on parking.)
c. Along Main Street, both City and private lots;
d. Along Spring Street, City-operated parking meters;
f. North Main, free City lot, on the Blue & Yellow Routes at Stop #73;
g. Pine Mountain Village, Hwy. 62E, limited free parking, on the Blue Route, Stop #53; and
h. Great Passion Play, limited free parking, on the Blue & Yellow Routes, Stop #38.

Keep in mind that on busy days, the downtown “metered” spaces tend to fill up first.
UNLESS YOU ARE STAYING AT ONE OF OUR MANY LODGING FACILITIES, FREE PARKING IN TOWN IS VERY LIMITED.
If you park in one of the City lots or at an on-street parking meter, please deposit the appropriate amount for the length of time you will be parking. You are subject to being ticketed for nonpayment of the parking fee.

At the privately-owned lots, the owners monitor the "honor boxes" to make sure that for each space in which a vehicle is located a payment has been made. Nonpayment at one of the private lots may result in your vehicle being towed.
At the intersection of Hwys. 62W and 23N we have created the latest addition
to Eureka Springs' Transit System:
the Planer Hill Park and Ride Welcome Center.
This facility features parking for 65 vehicles and 2 tour buses, a Transit Ticket Office and Public Rest Rooms. From this facility, the Blue Route can take you to the Eureka Transit & Welcome Center and the Red & Yellow Routes can carry you to the Downtown Depot.
"This parking lot is at the
Gateway to Downtown."
Planer Hill Park & Ride Welcome Center
(Stop #130)

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