Please note: T.R. Hughes Boulevard closes between Cool Springs Industrial Drive and Tom Ginnever Avenue starting on Thursday, July 1, at 9 a.m. and opens on Monday, July 5, at noon.
Please check back closer to the event for information on COVID-related policies.
On July 3 and 4, free parking and shuttles are available off Tom Ginnever Avenue at Fort Zumwalt North and Christian high schools. Air-conditioned buses will drop patrons off near the festival entrance.
Purchase a prime parking spot near the festival entrance for only $10 (credit card or cash) on July 3 and 4. Available on a first-come, first-served basis at the CarShield Field west parking lot. Please note: There are no in/out privileges at this lot. If the festival grounds are closed, we will not accept cars into the parking lot. However, if the festival closes due to weather, you may get your parking ticket stamped for reentry on the same day. No stamp, no reentry.
Free parking for the disabled will be available only at Westhoff Park on July 2–4. Shuttles will be provided from the lot to the festival entrance. A handicapped license plate or tag must be displayed for admission. Note:
- No general parking will be allowed at this lot.
- No ADA-accessible parking will be available at other parking lots.
- Shuttles will cease operation for one hour before and up to one hour after the fireworks.
Where do I park?
Premium parking ($10) is available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the CarShield Field west parking lot. Cash or credit is accepted.
Free, general parking is available at Fort Zumwalt North High School and Christian High School (both on Tom Ginnever Avenue)
Accessible (ADA) parking is available only at Westhoff Park. Free shuttle service will transport patrons to the festival entrance.
What is Premium Parking?
Will there be transportation from the General Parking lots?
Per the St. Charles County Health Department, a mask or face covering is required for festivalgoers riding the free shuttle buses! Ages 2 and under are exempt from this policy.