Parking in Provincetown in the summer is as challenging as parking in a big city ~ there are few free places to park and they are highly competitive. The good news is that Provincetown is a great walking town and the best strategy for the driving public is to find a good parking lot where you can give your car a vacation while you get to where you need by foot.
The municipal parking lot near MacMillan: $3 per hour, $30 for 24 hour period; the lot next to the schools on Prince Street (Jerome Smith) has a 24-hour flat rate of $13 in addition to hourly rates for the first five hours. Other Town lots are metered. Duartes Parking at 132 Bradford St. has reasonable hourly rates. Many smaller lots have flat rates which are a good bargain. For parking locations check our Provincetown Map page.
Be very careful of Tow Zones. Pay your parking ticket in person at the Parking Department in the Police Station at 26 Shank Painter Rd (508 487-7050) during office hours or online through the Plymouth County Parking Ticket Payment System.