Port Canaveral is one of the fastest growing cruise ports in the world and is the 2nd busiest cruise port in the United States. For that very reason, parking can be an issue. Here are some Port Canaveral cruise parking costs and tips for making everything a breeze.
Popular cruise lines like Disney Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Carnival Cruise Line, and Norwegian Cruise Line all sail out of this popular port.
Port Canaveral Parking Costs
The current rate for parking at Port Canaveral is $17.00/Day. Remember that this includes your day of departure and day of arrival. So a 7-day cruise out of Canaveral will set you back $119.
One of the main benefits of parking at Port Canaveral rather than off-site is that the parking facilities are secure and patrolled 24 hours a day. And of course, there is the convenience of being able to walk straight from your vehicle to the ship without the need for a transfer.
It’s stress free, aside from the cost that is. If you’d like a cheaper option and don’t mind an extra trip, keep reading.
The above image from the Port Canaveral website gives a breakdown of the parking cost depending on the duration of your cruise.
Parking is free for the disabled if the vehicle is equipped with things like ramps, lifts, etc. If you have a Florida Toll Exemption permit parking is also free at the port.
(Keep reading below the hotel section to see hotels near Port Canaveral that offer free parking and shuttle services as a part of accommodations as well.)
Click here to see parking rates at other cruise ports.
Arriving at Port Canaveral at the Right Terminal
Be sure to follow the signs as you get close to the Port Canaveral cruise parking area. There can be up to 6 ships in port at the same time and your GPS may not know exactly which terminal you need for the right ship.
Your ship will be berthed either on the north or so
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