Find Chicago Marathon Parking Near You
The Chicago Marathon is hosted annually in October. The marathon attracts thousands of participants from all over the world and draws close to two million spectators along the marathon route. Marathon weekend also means road closures, so pay close attention to your parking pass and road closure maps to make sure you know how to navigate the city that weekend.
Searching for parking at Grant Park to watch the racers start and finish? We've rounded up parking garages just steps away from the entrance to the park, along with dozens of spots along the route so you can watch your favorite runner.
For more on the Marathon route map, road closures and openings, best locations to watch the runners, and more, check out Chicago Marathon Parking: Your 2021 Guide to Race Parking, Tips + More.
Parking Near Chicago Marathon Start/Finish Line
|Parking Garage||Marathon Day Rate|
Millennium Park Garage
Grant Park South Garage
Millennium Lakeside Garage
Grant Park North Garage
Chicago Marathon Road Closures
Be sure to check your parking pass to see when roads close for the Marathon. On-street No Parking Zones will begin to be enforced at 1:00 am on Sunday, October 10.
ed closures along the route will begin at 7:00 am. View a map of all street closures and openings for the 2021 Marathon øøø0.
Where do I park for the Chicago Marathon?
If you're running in the Marathon, we recommend parking in the Millennium Park Garages, which are a quick 3-minute walk to Grant Park.
If you're watching the Marathon, we recommend parking near a designated Cheer Zone, located at the 8K (Sheridan & Broadway), 15K (Adams and Loomis), and 26K (Michigan and Roosevelt) mile markers.
How much is parking for the Chicago Marathon?
Marathon parking all day near Grant park averages $8 - $13. You can also find affordable parking along the course to watch the runners.