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Key West Parking & Transportation


Green Transportation

Looking to get around the Keys without leaving a ton of footprints? Travel Green

Key West is a 4-mile-wide island, which means you can bike or walk anywhere! We Cycle, the official Green Transportation of Fantasy Fest and producers of the Zombie Bike, offers free delivery and pick up in Key West. Call (305) 292-3336 and reserve your ride today.

If biking is not for you don’t worry! Hop on the free Duval Loop and get dropped off at your favorite party. Want to take a diversion and see the sights? Take a ride on the Conch Train or the Old Town Trolley and see what our beautiful island has to offer. Call (305) 296-6688 and book your trip today. If you are staying on a sister island then Up The Keys, Keys Shuttle and Ahoy Taxi will be providing shared rides during the 10 days of Fantasy Fest.

Car Free Key West

The island of Key West encourages everyone to forget their cars once they arrive to the Keys. Walk, bike, or bus around town using any of the great options below. Help us ensure everyone arrives safely and happily to their destination this Fantasy Fest!

WALKING: Almost every downtown destination is less than a 15-minute walk from another. Pay attention when crossing intersections, as cars and bicycles might not see you. Exercise caution downtown during the Street Fair, Masquerade March and Bud Light Fantasy Fest Parade.

BICYCLING: Locals know the best way to get around town is by bicycle. If you don’t already have access to a bike, there are many great bicycle rental stores around the island. Make sure they give you a light to use after dark! When on the road, act like a car. When on a sidewalk, yield to pedestrians. Be a PAL: Predictable, Attentive and Lawful at all times. Pedicabs are also great ways to let someone else do the bicycling for you.

REGULAR BUS ROUTES During Fantasy Fest week:

  • Maps showing bus stops and times, and real time service are available at kwtransit.com. Real time bus information is also available by calling (305) 600-1455.
  • The Lower Keys Shuttle is a great way to get to Key West from anywhere up to Mile Marker 52.5. One way cost is $4.00 and you get dropped downtown where the action is. (Exact Change Required)
  • Any delays and detours to regular bus service, scheduled pick-up points and times will be posted at kwtransit.com.
  • The new Duval Loop will be running all week during Fantasy Fest. It’s free, frequent and air conditioned!

CAR PARKING: Below are the locations and rates for Public Parking:

  • Old Town Garage: 300 Grinnell Street, $4 per hour or $32 per day.
  • Key West Bight: 815 Caroline Street, $4 per hour or $32 per day.
  • Mallory Square: 460 Wall Street, $5 per hour or $40 per day.
  • Truman Waterfront: $4 per hour, 10 hour maximum.

RV/MOTORHOME PARKING: Oversized vehicles such as RV’s, Tour Buses, Motor Homes, etc. are not permitted to travel within the Old Town / Downtown area. City Ordinance prohibits parking oversized vehicles on city streets.

TOUR BUS PARKING: Tour Buses can drop off and pick up at 908 Caroline St ONLY. Limited tour bus parking is available there at $100 per day.

PARKING ETIQUETTE: If you are able to find in-town parking, please remember:

  • Be courteous and do not block private driveways, entrances, etc.
  • Watch carefully for “No Parking,” including “Resident only,” street markings.
  • Parking restrictions are strictly enforced. Towing may occur. If your vehicle is towed, please call the Police non-emergency number 305-809-1000. Parking tickets may be paid in person, online or mailed in – details are on the ticket.