– Arriving at SeaWorld
Parking fees are $10 for cars and $12 for RVs and trailers and are collected at toll booths at the entrance. If you’d like to park close to the front entrance, you can opt for Shamu’s Preferred Parking, available for cars only, for $15. Annual passholders pay nothing for regular parking and pay $7 for preferred parking.
Handicapped Parking. Several rows of extra large spaces near the main entrance are provided for the convenience of handicapped visitors. Alert the attendant to your need for handicapped parking and you will be directed accordingly.
Valet Parking. At press time, SeaWorld was experimenting with valet parking. They were testing charges of $20 and $25.
The SeaWorld parking lot is divided into sections, and you will be ushered to your space in a very efficiently controlled manner. While the lot is not huge, it’s still a very good idea to make a note of which lettered section and numbered row you’re parked in. If you are parked any distance from the entrance, you may be directed to a tram that will whisk you to the main entrance, although trams don’t run as often as they used to. If you arrive after noon, however, you may find yourself on your own. Fortunately, the farthest row is never too far from the park perimeter. You can orient yourself by looking for the centrally located Sky Tower; it’s the blue spire with the large American flag at the summit.
Once you reach the beautifully designed main entrance, you will find a group of thoughtfully shaded ticket booths where you will purchase your admission. To the left of the ticket windows are the Guest Relations window and the annual pass center. Once inside the park, walk straight ahead to the Information Desk. There you can pick up a large map of the park. On the back you will find a schedule of the day’s shows as well as information on any special events happening that day.
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