Parking at SeaWorld San Diego
If you’re planning on visiting SeaWorld in San Diego, you’ll probably want to know where you can park, the best places to do so, and how much it will cost.
There are numerous parking spaces in front of the park’s entrance that can fit all kinds of vehicles. Walking to the park is impractical due to its location, but those staying at one of the nearby cheap SeaWorld San Diego hotels won’t have a long commute. SeaWorld’s parking fees are $15 for cars, $11 for motorcycles, and $20 for campers and RVs. If you’re lucky enough to get parking closer to the park entrance, it will cost a higher rate of $20 (2013).
If you or someone you are traveling with disabilities, there are parking spaces devoted to accommodate any special needs. These spaces are available at the same price as general parking, but are typically closer to the front entrance gates.
Opening hours vary over the course of the year, but it’s always wise to find a good parking spot up to an hour before the park opens, usually between 8-10 am. Another important parking tip is to take note of the signs that indicate where you parked. Many visitors forget to look and after a long day at the park must walk up and down many aisles before finding their vehicle.
Remember, always lock your cars and stow away personal belongings so they are not in sight from outside your vehicle. It is best to keep any personal or valuable belongings in your hotel room for maximum safety.