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Las Vegas Airport Parking

The Las Vegas McCarran International Airport is located 5 miles south of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. It was built in 1942 and named after the U.S. Senator from Nevada, Pat McCarran, who helped secure federal funding to build the airport. There are many non-stop destinations to North America, Europe, and Asia. It is an operating base for Allegiant Air and a maintenance base for Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Spirit Airlines.

McCarran Airport is a quick 10-minute drive from downtown Las Vegas, therefore the most convenient way to reach the airport is by car. Parking at McCarran airport will reach full capacity during peak travel times, which means the main parking garages will close and you will be routed to an off-site parking lot. In order to avoid the stress of finding a parking spot at the airport, it is highly recommended to reserve your parking in advance. Since 2013, ParkFellows has been helping customers find and compare the best parking options to save you money and time. You can book online with ParkFellows in just five minutes because you don’t need to make an account. The best part is that there are no reservation fees! Use ParkFellows to compare parking at Las Vegas airport and start your vacation the right way.


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Parking types at Las Vegas McCarran Airport (LAS)

Park and Ride Park and Ride You will drive your car directly to the reserved parking lot, usually located a few miles from the airport. A complimentary shuttle will drop-off and pick-up directly curbside at your terminal. Some parking operators will have an on-demand shuttle and others will have a shuttle that runs at regular intervals. The driver will be happy to help you with your luggage.
Park and Walk Park and Walk These parking garages or parking lots are located very close to the terminal so there is no shuttle needed. You simply park your car and walk to the terminal with your luggage.
Park, Sleep & Fly Park, Sleep & Fly Spend a night at the hotel, then take a shuttle to the airport in the morning. Leave your car at the secure hotel parking lot. A hotel shuttle will bring you back to your car when you return. This is all included in the price of the hotel.
Valet Parking Valet Parking Valet parking allows you to drop-off your car directly at the terminal. You do not have to wait for a shuttle, find a parking spot, or walk far with your luggage. Your car will be ready for you outside of baggage claim upon your return.

Types of McCarran Airport Parking

We put together this simple guide to help you navigate the various parking choices. There are three main types of McCarran parking - Park and Ride, Valet Parking, and Park and Walk. The off-site providers are often more economical, so it’s worth looking into all of the available options. Continue reading to find the best choice for you.

Park and Ride

Park and Ride is a great low-priced alternative for McCarran Airport long term parking. The parking lots are located off-site, usually a couple of miles from the airport. Then a Las Vegas airport shuttle will bring you to your terminal.

  • McCarran Economy Parking Lots are located at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3.  The Shuttle runs every 15 minutes and you should allow 30 minutes to travel to the terminal.
  • McCarran Remote Parking Lot is located only near Terminal 1. A shuttle is provided, but it is unclear how often the shuttle runs and how long it takes to travel to the terminal.
  • Shuttle drivers help with your luggage to make traveling a breeze

Valet Parking

There is McCarran Airport Valet Parking located on Level 5 at both the Terminal 1 and 3 parking garages. This service is the most expensive parking option, but it is great for those who are in a hurry and do not have time to waste looking for a parking spot.

Park and Walk

This type of parking option is located nearby the terminals so that there is no need for a shuttle. You will park in the garage, then walk a short distance with your luggage into the airport. These parking garages typically have very high parking fees.

  • McCarran Long Term Parking Garages are located at each terminal (1 and 3). It is approximately a 10-minute walk to the terminal. This garage has the highest demand for parking. It will reach full capacity during peak travel seasons and will temporarily close.
  • McCarran Short Term Parking Garages are located each terminal (1 and 3). These garages are intended to be used for less than three hours.


McCarran Airport Terminals

There are two terminals at McCarran Airport. Each terminal has separate designated parking areas, so be sure to know which terminal your airline uses before you arrive at the airport.

McCarran Terminal 1

McCarran Terminal 1 was completed in 1963. It has four concourses and a USO lounge for military service members.

  • Terminal 1 parking garage has 6,000 parking spaces
  • Serves Allegiant, American, Contour, Delta, Southwest, and Spirit airlines

McCarran Terminal 3

McCarran Terminal 3 is the international terminal, although it still has some domestic flights. There is another USO lounge for military service members located here.

  • If you have an international flight, you should park on the east side of the Terminal 3 parking garage, designated with the “club” symbol
  • If you have a domestic flight, you should park on the west side of the Terminal 3 parking garage, designated with the “diamond” symbol
  • Serves all international airlines and Alaska, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue, OAI, Sun Country, and United airlines
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