Save time and money by using Lots 18 and 53
The best value is a Gray Lot Permit that allows parking in Lots 14, 18, 53 and 60. While these lots may be farthest from the center of campus, they can actually save you time as well as money! Lot 18 is accessible from Beach Boulevard and St. Johns Bluff Road via Central Parkway, or from UNF Drive via Eco Road. Lot 53 is on First Coast Technology Parkway, east of Kernan Boulevard. Just zip right in, find a ton of spaces and walk a few hundred yards or ride the Osprey Connect shuttle if parked in Lot 18 or 53, for shuttle information. You’ll probably beat the person who paid top dollar for a garage space and is spending more time circling than you are strolling to class.
For a visual assistance, please refer to Campus Map.
Lot 18 from Beach Boulevard
At the FSCJ intersection (FSCJ is on the north side of the road), turn onto Central Parkway and follow the road until you see UNF Parking on the left.
Lot 18 from St. Johns Bluff Road
Going north on St. Johns Bluff Road, turn right next to the BP gas station onto Central Parkway. Follow the road until you see UNF Parking on the right. Going south on St. Johns Bluff Road past the Beach Boulevard intersection, turn left at the first traffic light next to the BP gas station onto Central Parkway. Follow the road until you see a UNF Parking sign on the right.
Lot 18 from UNF Drive
From the I-295 campus entrance, turn left on Eco Road, just past the UPD Police Building. From the Kernan Boulevard entrance, turn right off Alumni Drive at the fountain onto UNF Drive. Follow UNF Drive and take a right onto Varsity Lane located before the Arena building (34) and garage (38). Follow it to Lot 18.
Lot 53 from First Coast Technology Parkway
Going north on Kernan Boulevard from JTB, go past the Alumni Drive UNF entrance and turn right onto First Coast Technology Parkway. From Beach Boulevard, going south on Kernan, turn left onto First Coast Technology Parkway. Lot 53 is immediately on your right in front of Hicks Hall.
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