Monthly Parking in Nashville
Interactive Map of Monthly Parking Offers in Nashville
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Monthly Parking Rates in Nashville
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|1000 Division Street||$150.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|516 Lea Avenue||Lea St and 6th Ave S||$100.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|432 6th Avenue South||$147.49||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1627 State St||$85.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|222 2nd Avenue South||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|301 James Robertson Parkway||$180.26||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|601 3rd Avenue North||$152.95||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1001 2nd Avenue North||$150.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1015 2nd Avenue North||$150.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1223 6th Avenue N||$100.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|108 Chapel Avenue||$100.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
Spots near Nashville
|1000 Division Street||$150.0|
|Lea St and 6th Ave S||516 Lea Avenue||$100.0|
|432 6th Avenue South||$147.49|
|1627 State St||$85.0|
|222 2nd Avenue South||$250.0|
|301 James Robertson Parkway||$180.26|
|601 3rd Avenue North||$152.95|
|1001 2nd Avenue North||$150.0|
|1015 2nd Avenue North||$150.0|
|1223 6th Avenue N||$100.0|
|108 Chapel Avenue||$100.0|
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Information About Parking in Nashville
Nashville Parking Statistics
- Parking at any metered space is free for drivers with handicap placards or license plates
- Parking tickets used to be $11 but by the end of 2019, the cost of a Metro parking ticket has increased to $25
Nashville Parking FAQs
1. How much is monthly parking in Nashville?
Monthly parking prices vary based on the different features it has (ie. Is the lot reserved or unreserved, covered or uncovered, available 24/7 or between a set time, etc.) Prices can range from $85 to $250 per month.
2. Is there free parking in Nashville?
Most Tennessee Government parking lots (excluding Metro Nashville lots) offer free parking after normal business hours and on weekends. Metered parking is also usually free after 6pm
3. How do I book a parking space in Nashville via WhereiPark?
Booking a parking space with WhereiPark is easy. You want to start by searching the location you’re looking for and browse all the available options denoted by a pink popup arrow. Click on the popup arrow for more details on the lot. Once you’ve found your desired spot, you can go ahead and book! However, clicking the blue “Book” button will prompt you to either log in or create a free account. Your account will need to be updated with your vehicle details, personal information, and payment information. Once that’s all set, we’ll either approve or deny your booking, sending you an email with the next-step instructions.
4. What are the advantages of Monthly Parking?
Monthly parking is typically cheaper in the long-run compared to hourly or daily parking. You also don’t have to stress about looking for a space, feeding the meter, or any parking tickets!
5. Is there free parking at the Grand Ole Opry?
Yes. Parking at the Grand Ole Opry is shared with Opry Mills mall and its also right next to the Gaylord Opryland, which is free.