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Parking at the Peak

June 13, 2018

Summer is here and for Downtown Reno, that means a lot of street closures.  But fear not!  You can still access our parking garage via Center St.

Simply drive North on Center St and then make a left on to Plaza St. There will be a sign in the road saying “business access only”, which you can drive past, then you will be able to turn left into the parking garage.  If you would like to see it on a map, click here to see our parking garage location.

Parking is ALWAYS free for BaseCamp members and we validate parking stubs for guests as well!

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