Free Parking in Knaresborough

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If you are visiting Knaresborough, either for a day of shopping or just a day trip, you can find a free parking spot in Knaresborough without restrictions before you set off for a stress free trip.

4 places to park for free in Knaresborough (2024)

You can park for free in Knaresborough on the following streets near to the town centre:

Stockwell Lane
Princess Avenue
Princess Terrace
Manor Drive

What to know about parking free in Knaresborough

When parking, ensure you park your vehicle considerately:

  • Ensure you don’t block any driveways
  • Park across one bay only
  • Don’t double park
  • Look out for newly installed parking signs

Free car parks in Knaresborough

You can park for free in Knaresborough at Park Row Car Park (HG5 0SQ) which is located just a short walk from Knaresborough town centre. This car park is limited to 12 hours stay so ideal for those spending a day exploring or staying the night.

Alternatively, Waterside Car Park in Knaresborough is free between 6pm and 8am, so ideal for those staying locally who need evening parking.

Car ParkAddressFree Parking
Park Row Car ParkHG5 0SQFree Daily
Waterside Car ParkHG5 8DF6pm – 8am

Free on-street parking in Knaresborough

You can park for free at on-street locations in Knaresborough between 6pm and 8am and also 20 minutes free parking at any point during the day (a ticket must be obtained).

These locations are:

  • Knaresborough Market Place

Overnight parking in Knaresborough

Overnight parking is available at any of our recommended free parking spots in Knaresborough or between 6pm and 8am at the following car parks:

  • Waterside Car Park
  • Par Row Car Park – Free daily

Free disabled parking in Knaresborough

If you are a Blue Badge holder, you can park for free in any of the council run car parks in Knaresborough, including:

Car ParkAddressMaximum Stay
Chapel Street Car ParkHG5 8AN4 Hours
Fisher Street Car ParkHG5 8BT4 Hours
Castle Yard Car ParkHG5 8AS4 Hours
York Place Car ParkHG5 0AD12 Hours
Conyngham Hall Car ParkHG5 9AYN/A
Waterside Car ParkHG5 8DFN/A

Free motorcycle parking in Knaresborough

Motorcycles can park free of charge in Knaresborough car parks but maximum stay times still apply. If you are visiting Knaresborough by motorcycle, you can park free at the following car parks:

  • Chapel Street Car Park
  • Castle Yard Car Park
  • York Place Car Park
  • Conyngham Hall Car Park
  • Waterside Car Park
Car ParkAddressMaximum Stay
Chapel Street Car ParkHG5 8AN4 Hours
Castle Yard Car ParkHG5 8AS4 Hours
York Place Car ParkHG5 0AD12 Hours
Conyngham Hall Car ParkHG5 9AYN/A
Waterside Car ParkHG5 8DFN/A

Free coach parking in Knaresborough

If you are travelling to Knaresborough by coach, there are a few free parking options available to you, whether you just need to drop-off passengers or you need dedicated coach parking.

Car ParkAddressFree Parking
Chapel Street Car ParkHG5 8ANDrop-off/pickup only
York Place Car ParkHG5 0ADYes (15 bays)
Conyngham Hall Car ParkHG5 9AYYes (4 bays)

Motorhome parking in Knaresborough

If you travel to Knaresborough by motorhome, you can park at the following car parks, which have no height restrictions, although overnight camping is not allowed.

Motorhomes must also be parked clearly in the marked bays and charges apply.

Car ParkAddressMaximum Stay
Chapel Street Car ParkHG5 8AN4 Hours
Fisher Street Car ParkHG5 8BT4 Hours
Castle Yard Car ParkHG5 8AS4 Hours
Conyngham Hall Car ParkHG5 9AYN/A

Residential parking permits in Knaresborough

If you are a resident living in one of Knaresborough permit parking areas, you can apply for a residents parking permit. Parking permits cost around £30 per year.

You will need to provide proof of address when applying.

Other towns and cities nearby

If you’re visiting the area for a short trip or just looking for things to do nearby, you can explore these towns and cities that are near to Knaresborough:

About the Author

Hi, my name is Amber and I’m here to help find you suitable free parking in towns and cities across the UK.

When I visit new towns and cities, I always take note of where you can (legally) park for free, whether this be on-street parking bays or council run car parks, which offer free parking during certain hours of the day.

Although I take every effort to ensure this information is up to date and correct, if you notice an issue, please get in touch so I can rectify it for everyone.

Amber

Information was last updated on January 10th, 2024