Driving a car in Honolulu can be an expensive activity. Parking prices for sure don’t help. With these tips and tricks, you’ll be able to find a free parking spot or two in Honolulu.
To find those free street parking spots, here is what you need:
- An understanding of where those spots exist. (Check out this free map!)
- Familiarity with parking rules in Honolulu so you’ll know that free spot is actually free.
Map of Free Parking
Most of the spots in Downtown Honolulu are metered. But some are free. To locate them you can use the SpotAngels map before navigating to your desired area.
The map updates in real-time, so simply type in the address you’re parking near, the time you expect to be there, and your duration. The spots where you can legally park will appear on the map along with their prices. The green spots are the ones that are free of charge!
Pro tip: Some of the metered spots (in blue) might be free of charge as well if you happen to park outside of the metered hours 😉
Honolulu Parking Rules:
Honolulu has some nice parking rules. Most of the metered spots are free of charge on Sunday.
Parking Meters are enforced from 7 AM to 6 PM, Monday through Saturday and usually have 1 or 2 hour time limits.
Parking is free during Holidays! Here they are:
|Start Date||Parking Holiday||End Date|
|2022-01-01||New Year's day||2022-01-01|
|2022-01-17||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||2022-01-17|
|2022-03-25||Prince Kūhiō Day||2022-03-25|
|2022-06-10||King Kamehameha I Day||2022-06-10|
|2022-08-19||Hawaii Admission Day||2022-08-19|
To know which specific regulations are suspended on these days and find parking on the go, download the award-winning SpotAngels app. It is free 😉