Hey Northern Coloradans: How to Avoid Denver Airport Parking Headaches
Traveling can be stressful. There are plenty of logistics to worry about, and figuring out how you can park at Denver International Airport, the fifth busiest airport in America, shouldn’t be one of them. Rather than asking a friend, a co-worker, or a loved one for a favor, here is how you can park with ease when you are going on your next big trip.
ParkDIA is located just 2 miles from Denver International Airport. There are over 7,500 parking spaces available, and you have the option to pick whether you would like your vehicle to be covered. If you are traveling last minute, or you are a procrastinator, this will work perfectly for you. You can reserve your spot online, or on the app to ensure you have a spot before you travel.
When you arrive at ParkDIA, a shuttle will take you directly to your airline. According to ParkDIA’s website, an uncovered spot is just $12 per day, and a covered spot is $18 per day. If you are visiting family for the holidays, the covered spot is recommended. If you have a tight budget for your trip, this is the best option for you.
Get Picked Up At Your House in the Fort Collins-Loveland Area
Do you hate fighting I-25 traffic? How about those annoying toll bills? Well, there’s a service that can pick you up from your house. It’s called Groome.
Although Groome is more expensive than most parking shuttles and lots, it is the most convenient way to travel from Northern Colorado to Denver International Airport.
Groome takes 20 roundtrips and runs nearly 24/7. It’s important to note that you need to book your reservation online ahead of time. You can either be picked up from stops at Colorado State University, Northern Colorado Regional Airport, or the comfort of your own home.
Use A Northern Colorado Pick-Up and Drop-Off Location
If you are flying with United Airlines, you can catch a bus from Northern Colorado Regional Airport directly to Denver International Airport for free.
The bus also has accommodations, including free Wi-Fi and reclining seats. If you are like me and have a hard time sleeping on planes, you might be able to sleep on the bus.
If you aren’t flying with United Airlines, you can book a similar service with Landline. However, you will have to pay for the service.