When visiting Boulder it’s important to keep in mind where to park so you have a central place to go from.
The best spot to park is in downtown Boulder.
This gives access to all our breweries whether you’re planning to walk, ride your bike, take a shuttle or cab, or drive yourself (make sure you have a designated driver!) from brewery to brewery.
Here's a map for parking in downtown Boulder.
There are a total of five parking garages in the downtown area of Boulder.
The first parking garage is called the 11th and Spruce parking garge, and is located on the corner of 11th street and Spruce.
The second parking garage is called the 15th and Pearl parking garage, and is located right on the corner of 11th street and Pearl.
The third parking garage is called the RTD parking garage, and is located right on the corner of 14th street and Walnut.
The fourth parking garage is called the Randolph Center, and is located right on the corner of 11th street and Walnut.
The fifth parking garage is called the St. Julien parking garage, and is located right on the corner of 10th street and Walnut.
All of these facilities are $1.25 per hour, $2.50 per hour after 4 hours, and all parking garages are free on Saturdays, Sundays and City holidays.
There are a total of five metered parking lots in Boulder, and individual metered parking on most streets in downtown Boulder.
Here's the list of metered lots around the city of Boulder:
Broadway & Spruce (Downtown)
1205 Pleasant (University Hill)
14th St (University Hill)
Park Central Building (Downtown)
Boulder Public Library (Pay-By-Space)
25¢⁄12min · 50¢⁄24min · 75¢⁄36min · $1.00⁄48min
Monday -Saturday ‹ enforced › 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturdays: no maximum time limit
Sundays and city holidays: free
There is also a page to visit about enforcement of parking within the city of Boulder.