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Where to Find Parking in Las Vegas

It is something that every urban driver has had to deal with at one point or another: the frustration of searching for an open parking spot. As with many other large cities, finding parking in Las Vegas can be an annoying and stressful task. Even worse, when people are looking for parking, they often become distracted, increasing the risk of an accident, especially rear-end collisions.

If you need a place to park in downtown Las Vegas or near the Las Vegas Strip, consider planning ahead. The good news is that there is parking available in Las Vegas. Even better, you may still be able to get access to convenient and free parking in many parts of the city. However, finding a good spot can sometimes prove to be a challenge.

Your Guide to Parking Garages in Las Vegas

It is almost impossible to find free parking in any major American city, but Las Vegas remains one of the few notable exceptions. Many casinos or other venues along the Strip frequently offer complimentary parking to allow potential patrons a place to safely keep their vehicles. However, In recent years, some of the city’s major casino properties announced that they are bringing an end to free self-parking at their garages. In 2016, MGM Resorts broke the long-standing city tradition by adding parking fees to the garages at its major Las Vegas casinos. Soon after, Caesars Entertainment followed suit, adding self-parking fees to many of its facilities. That being said, there are still free parking garages available in Las Vegas, both downtown and near the Strip. While this list is always subject to change, free parking garages include:

  • Arizona Charlie’s East;
  • Boulder Station;
  • Circus Circus;
  • Fashion Show Mall;
  • SLS;
  • Treasure Island;
  • The Shops at Crystals;
  • The Shoppes at Mandalay Place; and
  • The Venetian/the Palazzo.

If you are looking for the available parking garage that best fits your needs in terms of location and price, your best option could be to refer to one of the many internet-based parking directory services. Companies such as SpotHeroParkopedia, and BestParking provide drivers with comprehensive information regarding parking garage locations, prices, and the number of parking spots that are available.

What You Need to Know About Street Parking in Las Vegas

Beyond the parking garages, there is also street parking available in many different areas of Las Vegas, though street parking can be complicated, and, at times, very difficult to find. The City of Las Vegas offers a useful real-time Downtown parking finder, which helps to highlight the exact locations where spots might be available, as well as the restrictions on those spots. Specifically, this interactive parking finder helps drivers find:

  • The hourly cost of street parking or public garage parking;
  • The maximum cost of parking; and
  • The maximum time they can keep the spot.

Once you get away from the busier sections of downtown and move into the city’s residential neighborhoods, there are some areas in which free, unmetered street parking is permissible. Before you park on the street, you should always make sure that you are complying with the city’s parking regulations. You do not want to get stuck with a parking ticket towed vehicle.

Stay Safe: Follow the Tips for Driving in Las Vegas

At Naqvi Injury Law, our top-rated Las Vegas car accident attorneys want to make sure that you and your family have a pleasant experience on our city’s roadways. Certainly, nothing is more important than safety. While there is always a risk that an accident will occur, we want your family to have the tools and information needed to reduce the odds of a crash. In addition, our law firm also wants you to have all of the information you need to get around the city in an efficient manner. When commuting in Las Vegas, please consider our six tips for the best driving experience:

  1. Follow all of the local traffic regulations;
  2. Avoid intoxicated driving, including drunk driving and drugged driving;
  3. Know where to refill your gas tank;
  4. Know how to get a rental vehicle;
  5. Be prepared to get help from a towing company; and
  6. Know where to find secure, reliable parking.

Parking and Collision Accidents

In the unfortunate event that you are involved in a collision, you should seek immediate legal assistance. Our law firm is dedicated to protecting the legal rights and financial interests of injured car accident victims in Southern Nevada. We will comprehensively review your claim free of charge, and determine exactly what action needs to be taken to get you the maximum possible compensation.

More Driving Tips

1. Speed Limits, Turning Right on Red Lights and U-Turns: 

2. Avoid Drunk Driving

3. Where to Get Gas 

4. Where to Get a Rental Car

5. Towing Companies

6. Where to Find Parking