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Transportation and Parking Information

Parking, Biking & FREE Ride Glenwood Information

Two Rivers Park is conveniently located on the River Trail and within walking and biking distance to a variety of locations throughout town.
For safety purposes, vehicles parked in a no parking zone or anywhere along Devereux Rd. will be towed at the owner's expense.

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Parking in the Two Rivers Parking lot (west side of the park) is by permit only or for persons with disabilities with an identifying placard or license plate. ADA parking is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. ADA Van Accessible spots are very limited, so please do not park in one unless needed.

Trailers can pick up boaters in the boat roundabout at Two Rivers Park, but onsite trailer parking is not available Thursday, June 15-Sunday, June 18. The roundabout may also be used for festival attendee drop off or pickup. There is no parking allowed in the roundabout. Please refer to the map for available parking options. Boater parking is available in the overflow lot at Centennial Street and Devereux Road Thursday, June 15 ONLY.

The closest FREE festival parking is available at the city parking lot located on 7th Street and the lot adjacent to City Hall on 8th Street. FREE parking is also available throughout downtown and at Glenwood Springs Elementary School and Glenwood Springs High School. Access Two Rivers Park via the east entrance from the River Trail. Please refer to the parking map for other available options.

Limited paid event parking ($20/vehicle) is available in the overflow lot at Centennial St. and Devereux Rd. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis with no in and out privileges.

No event parking at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, Iron Mountain Hot Springs, Caverns Village, CDOT or Two Rivers Park Plaza lots. No parking along Devereux Rd.  Cars will be towed at the owner's expense.

A bike parking corral is available at the east entrance of the park. There is also limited bike parking available at the west entrance.  Please be sure to bring your own lock and bike light.

2022 Statistics:
566 Bicycles - 150 Friday - 293 Saturday - 123 Sunday

Approximately a quarter of the bicycles carried more than one passenger - primarily families using cargo bicycles and/or trailers for children. Which brings the total number of people who arrived by bicycle to about 850!

FREE Ride Glenwood Bus

NEW This Year - Bus Runs Every 15 Minutes During Peak Times

Ride Glenwood will have extended hours during Strawberry Days on Friday and Saturday to 10:30 p.m. During peak times (3:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. on Saturday) Ride Glenwood service will operate at 15 minute headways. Ride for FREE from one of the many locations throughout town to the Traver Trail stop and walk to Two Rivers Park along the Devereux Trail Bridge.

The Traver Trail Stop has the following departures

Towards Downtown :01 and :31 (:16 and :46 during 15 minute service)

Towards West Glenwood  :06 and :36 ( :21 and :51 during 15 minute service)

Please utilize the following parking lots to take advantage of the Strawberry Days Ride Glenwood Service:

- Glenwood Springs High School (1521 Grand Ave.) servicing stops located between 14th and15th St. on Grand Ave.

Departure Times :03 and :33 ( :18 and :48 during 15 minute service)
- Glenwood Springs Mall (51027 Hwy 6 & 24)

Departure Times  :25 and :55 ( :10 and :40 during 15 minute service)

- West Glenwood Park and Ride (on Wulfsohn Rd. between Glenwood Meadows and Midland Ave.)

Departure Times :23 and :53 (:08 and :38 during 15 minute service)

- Glenwood Springs Community Center (100 Wulfsohn Rd.)

Departure Times :16 and :46 ( 31: and :01 also during 15 minute service)

ADA Complementary Paratransit Service hours will also be extended to match these Ride Glenwood service hours for eligible paratransit passengers. 

Schedule and stop locations are available at 

2022 Festival Statistics
Friday, June 17 - 164 Festival Trips (82 Cars reduced)
Saturday, June 18 - 147 Festival Trips (74 Cars Reduced)

Thank you to our Bike Corral Sponsor!

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