Secure long-term parking fees at the Cruise Maryland Terminal in Baltimore are payable upon arrival. Cruise passengers wishing to park their cars for the duration of their cruise are required to deposit their luggage before proceeding to the long-term parking lot. The luggage tags issued by cruise lines should be attached to all pieces of luggage in advance of dropping it off.Continue Reading
If luggage tags have not been issued, passengers should proceed to the Cruise Luggage Tags tent inside and to the left of the terminal entrance.
Accepted payment methods for parking fees are cash, traveler's checks and VISA, MasterCard or American Express credit cards. As of August 2015, the fee for parking passenger vehicles and SUVs in the secure long-term parking lot is $15 per night. The fee for parking recreational vehicles under 30 feet is $30 per night, and for recreational vehicles over 30 feet, as well as buses, the fee is $40 per night.
Alternatively, the Best Western Plus Hotel and Conference Center near the cruise terminal offers a "Park N' Cruise" package for guests to store their cars free of charge for the duration of their cruise. The package also includes a night's lodging, a buffet breakfast and shuttle transportation to and from the terminal.Learn more about Geography