Easton Garlic Fest takes place in Centre Square in historic downtown Easton, PA.
For GPS, use 20 N. 3rd Street, Easton, PA for the Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House.
PLEASE NOTE: The City of Easton trolley will NOT be running.
City residents should not plan on it for transportation to/from the festival.
Public Parking Garages
Both garages will be charging a $20 flat fee for all-day parking. Cash only (no credit cards).
TIP: the garages fill up quickly, so arrive early (between 10 am and noon) if possible.
N. 4th Street Parking Garage
Located behind the Easton Public Market
and across from the Easton Police Department.
Only entrance is off of N. 4th Street.
Enter at long-term/hourly parking entrance.
South Third Street Parking Garage
Behind Easton City Hall at 123 S Third St. -
Enter off South Third St., across from the gas station.
(NOTE: the former Pine Street Garage behind the Crayola Experience is now permanently closed.)
Both garages have a limited number of handicapped parking spaces available.
Planning to use a ride-sharing service? Ask your driver to drop you off at one of these locations outside the festival footprint due to closed roads and traffic:
N. 3rd St. & Bushkill Street
Larry Holmes Drive and S. 3rd Street
Northampton Street & 6th Street
Meters accept quarters, nickels, dimes, & major credit cards. You can also use the ParkMobile app.
Download it from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
25¢ for 15 minutes
Saturday 9 am to 8 pm
Sunday 12 pm to 6 pm
Surface Parking Lots
Both lots will be charging a $20 flat fee for all-day parking. Cash only (no credit cards).
Former Days Inn Lot - corner of S. 3rd St. & Washington St. (next to city hall).
NOTE: this lot is NOT paved and is a grass/stone surface.
Larry Holmes Corporate Center on Larry Holmes Drive (across from Scott Park)
REMINDER: Never park on private property without the permission of the property owner or you may get towed!
Downtown Easton is filled with great shops, stores, restaurants, and galleries.
Visit the Shop Downtown Easton web site by the Easton Main Street Initiative
for more information and an interactive map.