Port Canaveral parking is difficult to find, especially for cruise parking as the port is extremely busy on cruise embarkation days. If you are driving to Port Canaveral, you are best advise to pre-book your Port Canaveral parking space in advance to save you hassle and delays on the day. If you do get Port Canaveral Parking by just arriving, you will very likely pay higher prices than online.
ParkCloud offers parking garages options at Port Canaveral and if you want to know more, you can just click on the logos above for each option. To get a quote, just enter in the dates of your cruise and you will be given a price. If you are happy then it is very easy to book and you will receive a booking notification voucher, directions and all booking details.
Port Canaveral is a cruise, cargo and naval port in Florida. It is the second busiest port in the world for multi-day cruises. It has six terminals exclusively for cruise passenger use and homeports cruise ships from cruise lines Carnival, Disney, Royal Caribbean International, Las Vegas Casino Line and SunCruz Casinos. One of the terminals was built exclusively for the Disney Cruise Line. Currently, three Disney ships are sailing from here: the Disney Wonder, the Disney Magic and the Disney Dream.
There are six dedicated cruise terminals. They were custom designed to make the embarkation and disembarkation process as comfortable as possible:
A Side (North) Terminals
Cruise Terminal 5 - 9245 Charles Rowland Drive
Homeported ship using this terminal: Carnival Sensation
This terminal gets you in the holiday mood with a 30-foot high atrium boasting cascading waterfalls and luscious tropical plants. The glass-enclosed second floor has magnificent water views. Air-conditioned passenger boarding ramps and hydraulic gangways complete the first-class boarding experience.
Cruise Terminal 8 - 9155 Charles Rowland Drive
Homeported vessels using this terminal: Disney Magic and Disney Dream.
Terminal 8 is also known as the Disney Terminal. The Disney Cruise Line experience starts here: the 27 million dollar terminal features a 90-foot high glass tower, a play area, a café and original murals depicting the Disney Cruise Line experience.
Cruise Terminal 10 - 9005 Charles Rowland Drive
Homeported ships: Carnival Glory and Royal Caribbean International's Monarch of the Seas
The state of the art terminal can handle up to 3,700 passengers and features a three-tiered passenger loading tower including an adjustable hydraulic gangway system and Port Canaveral's first automated baggage conveyor system. All in all a truly ultra-modern borading experience.
B Side (South) Terminals
Cruise Terminal 2 - 180 Christopher Columbus Drive
Cruise Terminal 3 - 220 Christopher Columbus Drive
Cruise Terminal 4 - 240 Christopher Columbus Drive
All Port Canaveral Parking options will bring you as close as possible to your terminal. The drivers will also show you the pick up point for your return.