United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all United States activity »
  1. 1 http://scamhealthfacts.com/nuviante/
  2. 2 Colorado Forest Die Off - How Awful Is It? Should We Visit Elsewhere?
  3. 3 Middle aged and overweight - can I hike
  4. 4 What type of hire car for Nat Parks in UT, AZ
  5. 5 Inexpensive NYC Meals 2.0
  6. 6 Pacific Coast Highway 1st Timer
  7. 7 Northwest Passage
  8. 8 Hotel near Marlins Park
  9. 9 Vegas to Grand Canyon by car in a day
  10. 10 Tioga Rd closed May-Oct??
  11. 11 Trip Report Kauai - wow, just WOW!!!
  12. 12 All you can eat lobster in vegas and caviar
  13. 13 Family Colorado Road Trip
  14. 14 Trip Report Two Seniors Visit NOLA, Cajuns and MS, Leave Wiser
  15. 15 fairfeld inn or Hampton inn
  16. 16 Northwest Car Trip
  17. 17 Springfield, IL to Louisville, KY best route
  18. 18 Maui Bed and Breakfast
  19. 19 NE Itinerary - Thoughts?
  20. 20 Fodor's Walt Disney World 2017 travel guide
  21. 21 What do you think of my Yellowstone itinerary - August 2017?
  22. 22 ONLY 2 DAYS IN WILLIAMSBURG
  23. 23 North Rim, Page, Bryce & Zion Advice
  24. 24 Sonoma
  25. 25 Fodor's Travel QA Test_20170428141326
View next 25 » Back to the top

P-Town Municipal Parking

Jump to last reply

This is an unusually specific query, related to my upcoming trip with my husband to Provincetown in August for my 50th birthday. We know how we're going to get there, we have our lodging picked out (but not yet reserved-- that's coming soon) and are firming up the actual itinerary; we have set dates for getting to Massachusetts and getting back home to California, but we have to devote a couple of days to visiting family in the lower Cape. We have a couple of ideas for dining and activities (beach, breakwater hike, Dina Martina, maybe Sandra Bernhard), but this will be a "relax and toast my entrée into Old Age" (ha ha, just kidding!) trip.

Anyway, here's the issue: The B&B at which we're planning to stay does not have on-site parking. The last time we went, we used a lot a few blocks away next to a gym, but this time their website suggests that we're on the hook to use municipal parking.

WHAT municipal parking? We'll be on the west side of town (200 block of Commercial St.), a little west of the Pier. Are there long-term parking lots in that area? Does anyone here know? Or have an idea as to cost?

The P-town websites aren't particularly helpful in this issue, so I put it out to you, gentle Fodors Forum contributors. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

6 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement