We highly discourage any motorcycles parking at our facilities due to the parking equipment (Gate Arms) which could be a safety hazard and risk of injury.
Parking Frequently Asked Questions
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Denver International Airport has a total of 36 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations available close-in on Level 1 of the parking garages. The spaces have designated “Electric Vehicle Station” signs. There is no charge to use the stations, however, the standard garage parking rates apply. The station locations are listed below:
Charging Station Locations
Garage West, Level 1
Rows E, F, G
Garage East, Level 1
Rows E, F (5); Row R (6)
61st and Peña
Along the south and west sides
The airport has designated hybrid vehicle parking in 18 spaces in our garages/economy lots.
Garages/Economy Lots (27 spaces):
- Six spaces in the East Garage (Level 1, Rows E and F)
- 15 spaces in the West Garage (Level 1, Rows E and F)
- Three spaces in East Economy (Section 2, Row D)
- Three spaces in West Economy (Section 1, Row D)
Hybrid vehicle parking spaces are located close-in, near handicap parking in the garages and near shuttle pick-up and drop-off shelters in the Economy Lots. These spaces are designated with hybrid vehicle parking-only signs and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Standard parking rates apply.
Hybrid cars, SUVs and light trucks up to 8,500 pounds that are included on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s List of Eligible Low Emission and Energy-Efficient Vehicles are eligible to park in these spaces.
Accessible parking is available in all airport parking facilities (except Level 3 of the garage). Accessible parking spaces are located near the terminal in the west and east garages. Accessible spaces are located near the shelters in all long-term lots. All vans and buses serving these lots are lift-equipped. Wheelchair or electric cart service is available from your airline. For more information call (303) 342-4645. No, reservations are not required to park at Denver International Airport parking facilities.
DEN parking facilities will never add taxes or additional fees to our published rates. In addition, you never need a coupon or reservation...we like simple and hope you do, too!
Free shuttle service operates 24 hours-a-day, seven days a week, every 7-10 minutes. Shuttles pick up at the parking shelters in the Economy lots.
NOTE: Economy Lot shuttle stops are subject to change during construction periods and walking distance to Jeppesen Terminal may be increased without notice.
Upon your return, West and East Economy shuttles pick up outside the terminal at the DEN Transit Center – located on the ground level outside the Westin Denver International Airport and accessed at the south end of the terminal, through the glass doors and down the escalator.
The maximum clearance in the parking garage is eight feet.
No, at this time DEN cannot accommodate oversized-vehicle parking. Instead, we encourage those with oversized-vehicles contact a nearby shuttle parking operator. See the list off off-airport parking options here.
What should I do if my car has a flat tire/I locked my keys in my car/my car won’t start/I can’t find my vehicle?
FREE vehicle services for our customers include help locating your vehicle, jump starts, tire inflations and retrieving your keys if they’ve been locked in your vehicle. For any of these services, call (303) 342-4645, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Before heading to the airport, check the availability of all parking areas from the home page of FlyDenver.com or call our parking hotline at (303) DIA-PARK (342-7275) and choose option 1.
When driving on Peña Boulevard, watch for parking availability signs as parking changes frequently.
Special arrangements must be made in advance if parking in excess of 30 days. If arrangements are not made, vehicles parked over 30 days will be considered abandoned and will be towed at the owner’s expense. Call (303) 342-4650 to make arrangements.
Our parking facilities are well lit and monitored by parking employees and patrolled frequently by the Denver Police Department.
Although DEN parking lots are patrolled, it is imperative passengers take the proper steps to secure their vehicle. Follow these tips to better protect your vehicle: Always lock your car, roll up the windows and take your keys with you; remove valuables or spare keys from your vehicle; never leave the car running unattended, even for a short period of time; park in well-lit and/or busy areas when possible; use an alarm system and/or steering wheel lock device.
If you have been at the airport less than 24 hours, your charge will be the daily maximum of the facility in which you parked. If your vehicle has been parked at the airport longer than 24 hours, our vehicle license plate inventory will indicate how many days your vehicle has been parked in our facilities and you will be charged the maximum daily rate for each day.
No, reservations are not required to park at Denver International Airport parking facilities.