Parking in Maidstone
There are many different options to choose from when parking in Maidstone.
The easiest option to is use the park and ride service, but Maidstone is also well served with car parks for short stays that is just as convnenient to park close to your desired location.
Parking in Maidstone also has the the award-winning Park & Ride service which operates three large car parks accessible from Junction 5, 7 and 8 of the M20.
These park and ride car parks are well located so that it is just a short ride into town.
The service services run from Monday to Saturday, with a cheap off peak fares and free parking.
There is no service on Sundays or Bank Holidays.
The buses are suitable for wheelchairs and prams.
It provides value for money as children under 17 travel free with an accompanying adult.
A recent addition, the free wi-fi onboard, is a great time to check out our mobile friendly website for information and to plan your day.
The Sittingbourne Road Park and Ride service accessed form J7 of the M20 stops outside Maidstone Museum where our Visitor Information Service can be found.
If you prefer to park in the town centre here are 17 car parks in Maidstone, as well as on street pay and display areas so you should always find a parking space.
In addition there is car parking at Fremlin Walk Shopping Centre and car parking at The Mall Chequers which each have their own car parks and there are several others including the St. Peter Street Shopping Wharf and the Broadway Shopping Centre.
Maidstone welcomes groups of visitors and coach parking in Maidstone can be found in two of our car parks, Sittingbourne Road and Lockmeadow.
There is a helpful drop off point in Station Road outside Maidstone Museum where our Visitor Information Service is located.