General airport info
Airport parking options at EWR
EWR lots cost $18 - $34 per day for long-term parking and $4 per half hour for short-term parking. Valet is available for $40 per day.
3rd party lots
Private lots range from $8 - $16 per day and could save you money compared to airport lots if you're willing to shuttle to EWR.
There are several hotel options that could cost as little as $5 per day up to $16 per day if you're able to book one in advance.
Airport owned & operated lots
Parking at one of the airport-owned lots at EWR can be expensive. Long-term parking will cost you from $18 - $34 per day depending on the lot you choose. If you want to valet, you will pay at $40 per day. Short-term parking costs $4 for each half hour so be sure to not use the daily lots longer than a couple hours. Check out the cell phone waiting lot for quick drop-offs and pick-ups.
Electric Vehicle Charging: There are only five EV charging stations available in Lot P4 on the ground level but they are free aside from the normal parking charge.
Long term parking
|Economy Lot||$18.00 / first day |
$6.00 for each 8-hour period after the initial 24 hours
|Daily Lots P1 and P3||$27.00 / day|
|Daily Lot P4||$34.00 / day|
|Valet (next to Lot P4)||$40.00 / first day |
$20.00 / additional 12-hour period
Short term parking
|Terminal C Garage & lots directly across Terminals A and B||$4.00 / half hour |
$8.00 / hour
$4.00 for each additional 1/2 hr
$39.00 / 24-hour maximum
|Daily Lots (Lot P3 and Garage P4)||$4.00 / half hour |
$8.00 / hour
$4.00 for each additional 1/2 hr
$27.00 / 24-hour maximum (Lot P1/P3)
$34.00 / 24-hour maximum (Lot P4)
|Cell Phone Lot (adjacent to the P4 Parking garage)||Free lot for waiting in vehicle|
Privately owned & operated 3rd party lots
Airport owned lots are fairly expensive at EWR given it serves NYC. There are several private lots located off-site from the airport that cost anywhere from $8 - $16 per day. Park Plus Parking has the lowest rate that we found.
Hotel lots allow you to park at nearby hotels and the hotel shuttle takes you to the airport. Before using hotel lots, I’d recommend you read more about how these lots work on my guide to airport parking, particularly the section on hotel lots here.
Last time I checked the sites listed below the rates for hotel parking ranged from $5 - $16 / day with the best rates found at Way, One Stop Parking, and Global Airport Parking. You'll need to plan ahead if you want to use one of these sites to reserve hotel parking.
Depending on the lot you choose to park at the airport and the duration, the rate of the parking lot ranges from $4 for Hourly Parking to $18 for Daily Parking. Several off-site parking lots near the airport offer more affordable options.
Yes. You can park at Newark Airport for free if you’re only going to pick up or drop off a passenger. You can use the Cell Phone Lots for the first few minutes and skip paying. It is located near the entrance, just next to the P4 Parking garage.
Generally, the cheapest parking at ERW are garages A, B, and C. However, this all depends on your specific needs. You can check out offsite parking lots for more affordable options. The pricing at those lots starts at $4 for every half hour and has a maximum daily parking rate of $39.
Yes. If you want more comfort for your trip, you can avail the valet service at EWR Airport, located next to the parking lot P4. This service costs $40 for 24 hours. The next additional 12-hour period will cost a fee of $20. This fast and secure offers easy access to airline terminals.
Yes. Newark Liberty Airport offers easy options to charge your electric vehicles. There are at least 13 EV charging stations in Lot P4, Ground Level. Charging here is free of charge for those who are paying the standard parking fee. The charges in these lots can charge your vehicle in 12-24 hours at Level I and 4-6 hours at Level II.
Yes. You can use the Cell Phone lots that are located near the airport's entrance, next to the P4 Parking garage, the Cell Phone Lot is less than five minutes away from all terminals. Keep in mind that drivers have to stay with their vehicles at all times and there’s no parking or waiting allowed on the airport roadways at any time. For more information, visit this page.
While EWR Airport doesn’t offer covered parking, there are several offsite parking lots you can find if you want to park your vehicle in a covered area.
You can see signs for motorcycle parking as you approach P4, located next to Valet Parking. There are about 20 spots, all covered, and well-lit, with frequent traffic from passengers and airport employees. On the other hand, you might not easily find a spot for your oversized vehicles. So, to make sure, you may want to use offsite parking lots that specifically accommodate oversized vehicles. .
Yes. You may visit this webpage to check the current status of the parking lot at EWR Airport.
Advanced reservation is not required nor available for EWR Airport parking. However, there are also offsite parking lots you can use and book your space well in advance:
Unfortunately, Military or Veterans Parking Discount is not available at Newark Airport. However, many onsite and offsite parking garages offer these discounts that allow you to save up to 25% on your parking fee.
Yes. The parking lots near the entrances of each terminal have several spaces designated for passengers with disabilities. Passengers with up-to-date disabled license plates or other handicapped parking permits have access to EWR parking designated for them.