There are no designated parking lots for festival attendees. And, there is no longer a shuttle service from outlying areas to the Festival area in downtown Central Park. Parking is available on all of the side streets surrounding the downtown area where the Festival is held.
There are also a number of parking lots on the surrounding streets that charge a nominal fee by the day and are run by charitable organizations (Boy Scouts, church youth groups, etc.). These are located mostly on Interlachen Avenue and New York Avenue.
There is a parking garage owned by Rollins College that is located at the southern end of Park Avenue that is available for a fee for attendees of the Art Festival.
DISABLED PARKING AT THE FESTIVAL
A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available on North Park Avenue between Canton and Garfield. This area is barricaded and a Winter Park Police officer will allow entrance to anybody with a disabled parking hang tag.
To access this area, proceed north on New York Avenue and turn right onto Canton Ave. or proceed north on Interlachen Avenue and turn left onto Canton Ave.
Disabled parking will not be available in the City lot on Canton Avenue between New York Avenue and Park Avenue.
COMPLIMENTARY BIKE VALET
Enjoy the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival while your bike is safely monitored.
Available north of the Train Station on the north side of Morse Boulevard (click here for a park map...) during Festival Hours (Friday and Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM, Sunday 9 AM to 5 PM).
This free service is provided by the Winter Park Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Board.