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Looking for a place to park a car trailer during Cruisin'. Any suggestions? Thanks! 
Submitted by Nicole L, Lusby, Maryland January 4, 2018
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Hunt Valley and Ocean City

Insider since: 2010

Answered: January 5, 2018

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Any of the local storage lots will rent you a space for the day or week.  Here is a listing of some companies on RT 50 as you come into Ocean City.  Most are $25 for the week.

https://www.google.com/search?q=ocean+city+storage+md+units+route+50&ie=&oe= 


Johnstown Pa

Insider since: 2009

Answered: January 4, 2018

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Your best option would be to register your car for the show and get a trailer pass from the event organizers so you can legally park on the street, but not on Baltimore Ave.  The cost for the parking permit is $50.   Aside from that, you can park at the West Ocean City Park and Ride on Rte 50 , but only on Friday and Saturday of the show.  But it is free there.  Limited paid trailer parking is available at the 100th St. Parking Lot.  You can get your permit for this lot at the pay station there.  

Those are  your only options unless your hotel or rental allows you to park it on their property.  But there is no on street parking anywhere in OC without that permit.  And there is a hefty fine without it. 

http://ococean.com/explore-oc/parking-information/


Centreville, VA

Insider since: 2010

Answered: January 4, 2018

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Your best bet is to register your trailer when you register your car for Cruisin' (its an extra $50 for trailer permit) so you can park on OC streets. There are private lots (one is around 23rd Street and one is at 67th Street) that have allowed paid trailer parking in past years, but they are hard to predict. You can also call some of the west OC marinas (like Advance Marine 410.723.2124) and see if they will let you pay to store your trailer there.


Hanover, PA 17331

Insider since: 2008

Answered: January 5, 2018

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Also call your hotel and see if they have any parking suggestions. Some hotels do allow you to park a trailer on their lot, not all but some. Places like the Days Inn, Hampton and the Grand allow trailer parking but you need to ask your hotel first.


Hanover, PA 17331

Insider since: 2008

Answered: January 5, 2018

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Also call your hotel and see if they have any parking suggestions. Some hotels do allow you to park a trailer on their lot, not all but some. Places like the Days Inn, Hampton and the Grand allow trailer parking but you need to ask your hotel first.