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Getting to the Parc

Many parking areas are available around the Parc and close to events and attractions venues.

Regular rates

November 16, 2020 to April 14, 2021
 
1 hour $4.50
2 hours $9
Daily rates $11

Sports Events

All parking except P4
1 hour $8
2 hours $15
Daily rates $25
  • E.g. Jeux du Québec, walking, running or biking events, etc.

Special Events

All parking except P4
1 hour $8
2 hours $15
Daily rates $30
  • E.g. Grand Prix du Canada, Osheaga, Week-ends du monde, etc.

Notes

  • Rates include taxes.
  • Rates are shown as a guide only and are subject to change without notice.
  • The ticket issued by the terminal after the payment is to be displayed on the vehicle's windshield.
  • Once it's paid for, your ticket entitles you to park in any of the Parc's lots except P6 (reserved to employees) and P8 (managed by La Ronde)
  • It is possible to pay cash (in coins) or credit card at all parking terminals. The following credit cards are accepted: Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
  • Parking is free at any time if the person has a disabled parking permit for vehicles.

Parking passes

It is possible to purchase a monthly or annual pass for the parking P2, P4 and P7. The parking pass is valid only for the parking registered on it.

Monthly parking pass

Public $105
 
Partners $67
 
Athletes
Non-profit Organization $54
National and Provincial Centres $27

Annual parking pass

Athlete $165

At the moment, only the annual parking passe can be purchased online.

All the parking passes are on sale at the Athletes' Quarter, the Aquatic Complex and the Jean-Doré Beach during opening hours.

Buy your parking pass online!

Notes

  • Rates include taxes.
  • Rates are shown as a guide only and are subject to change without notice.
  • Annual passes are valid from the date of purchase through December 31 of the current year.
  • All parking passes changes causes administrative costs. For more information, contact the clerk of the Athletes Quarter.

Locations of parking spaces in the Park.

Île Sainte-Hélène

P7 - opened

Two reserved places for motorists with a vignette for handicapped person.

P8 - opened

P9 - opened

Four reserved places for motorists with a vignette for handicapped person.

P10 - opened

P11 - opened

Two reserved places for motorists with a vignette for handicapped person.

P12 - opened

P15 - opened

Île Notre-Dame

P2 - opened

Two reserved places for motorists with a vignette for handicapped person.

One Level 2 charging station

P4 - opened

P5 - opened

Three reserved places for motorists with a vignette for handicapped person.

P1 - closed

Level 2 charging station (240 V / 7 kW)

Parc Jean-Drapeau is now part of the Electric Circuit, like the City of Montréal, enabling users that have an electric vehicle, to be able to recharge it while they're visiting the park.

Currently there is only one charging station that can recharge two vehicles at the Parc, and it's located at P2 Parking Lot, near the Athletes' Quarters.


Usage

  • Place your duly paid parking ticket on the windshield of your vehicle.
  • Pay the $2.50 fee right at the charging station by using a prepaid card (or mobile app) and then connect your vehicle.
  • You have to be a member of the Electric Circuit to use the charging station, but you can activate it in the event of an emergency by calling CAA-Québec's telephone assistance line at 1 800 686-9243.
  • For all of the details about the types of stations, methods of payment and complete instructions, please go to the Electric Circuit website.
  • There are a few charging stations available at the Casino de Montréal.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can one park a camper van or any recreational vehicule at parc Jean-Drapeau?

    Yes, our parking areas can accommodate a "camper van or any recreational vehicule" but the it cannot remain there overnight.

  • Is it possible to get a parking pass?

    Yes, it is possible to obtain a monthly or annual parking pass for the P2, P4 and P7. It is also possible to buy the annual parking pass online.

  • Are there any charging stations at Parc Jean-Drapeau for electric vehicles?

    Yes, there are charging stations at the Parc; one is located at the P2 Parking Lot, near the Athletes' Quarters, and there are also a few at the Casino de Montréal.

Consult the FAQ

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To obtain more details concerning the parking or for any request for information, do not hesitate to contact us.