Updated May 21st, 2021
As the largest casino resort in the United States with three separate hotels and more square feet than the Pentagon, Foxwoods Resort Casino sees over 40,000 visitors each day – meaning there is a heavy demand for parking spaces.
To meet this demand, Foxwoods has four separate spacious parking garages spread out on opposite ends of the resort’s massive footprint.
Typically this is enough, however during very busy weekends, parking can get backed up with long valet parking lines as well. Lines can get especially long if you’re trying to leave right after a concert.
And while we can’t promise you a short walk from your parking space to the casino, restaurant, mall or theaters, the parking garages are strategically placed to at least ensure a manageable walk, regardless of your destination in the sprawling complex.
If you’re staying overnight, the key is to make sure you’re parking at the garage closest to your hotel, otherwise the long trek through the casino with your luggage is a long one.
(Here’s a map showing you the four self-parking garages, marked as “P.” The valet areas are marked by stars. The red RV is for RV/camper parking.)
Foxwoods Resort Casino Parking Fee
Self-parking at Foxwoods is completely free.
Unlike most of the casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, Foxwoods Resort Casino still offers complimentary parking. This applies to hotel guests, people just up gambling, shoppers, and eaters alike.
In addition to a parking garage under the casino (the Grand Pequot parking garage), Foxwoods has three other separate parking structures detached from the casinos and hotels.
All are connected to the resort via an enclosed pedestrian walkway.
Grand Pequot Garage (Purple)
This underground garage is under the Grand Pequot Hotel/Casino, and is the most central of the four parking garages.
You’ll want to use this parking garage if you’re staying at one of the Grand Pequot Tower’s 785 hotel rooms or 23 villas. It’s also the closest parking to the Fox Theater, even though you would suspect that the Fox Tower garage is closer (it’s not).
Please note that there are also two electric car charging stations on the first level of the garage.
Fox Tower Garage (Black)
If you’re staying at one of the Fox Tower Hotel’s 825 rooms, you’ll definitely want to use the Fox Tower self-parking garage, as the hotel is quite a jaunt from the other parking garages.
The resort’s northernmost garage is also the best garage for those of you going to the Tangier Outlet shops and/or the Grand Theater.
Rainmaker Garage (Blue)
This is the tall 7 story parking garage you see on your left when arriving at the main front entrance to Foxwoods, on Grand Pequot Drive.
You access it, however, from the Rainmaker entrance, on Rainmaker Drive a little to the south. It has 2,100 parking spaces and climate-controlled pedestrian walkway into the Rainmaker Casino.
This is the garage you’ll use if your main destination is the poker room, bingo hall, race book, Festival Buffet, or Hard Rock Café.
(Related: Festival Buffet at Foxwoods – Price & Menu)
Great Cedar Garage (Green)
The resort’s southernmost garage, you’ll use this if you’re staying at the Great Cedar Hotel.
Valet Parking & Fee at Foxwoods Resort Casino
As with self-parking, valet parking at Foxwoods is complimentary. It is customary to tip the valet driver though of course.
There are four different valet parking areas, each one near its corresponding parking garage. They are marked by stars on the map above.
Tangier Outlets at Foxwoods Parking
If you’re main destination is to shop at the Tangier Outlets, the best parking options is at the Fox Tower.
You can also park at the Grand Pequot parking garage, but it’s typically a longer walk. You’ll want to park on the north side of the Grand Pequot if you use this garage.
Either way, this isn’t like your local mall, where you’ll find a spot and walk right into the mall. There is not a separate entrance into Tangier Outlets. Instead, you’ll walk a little through the casino to get to the shops.
RV & Camping Parking at Foxwoods Resort Casino
Just to the north of the Mobil gas station and Burger King you’ll find a designed RV/Camper parking area represented by the red RV on the map above.
This is level, and well-lit at night. Being at a casino, there is casino security presence as well.
(Related: Mohegan Sun Parking Fee)
It’s free to park here, but there aren’t any utility hook-ups.
It’s roughly a five to ten minute walk to the casino from the RV parking area.
(By Steve Beauregard. Photo courtesy of Foxwoods Casino Resort)