All On-Site Lots Full?
On weekends and holiday periods, it is likely that you may be parking at South Peak and/or Escape Route lots noted below.
These lots are open to day guests of Loon Mountain Resort, only. Lots are controlled and gated.
Temporary Outage: All public EV chargers at Loon are not available until further notice.
Need to Know
Parking attendants are here to help park cars in the most effective way to maximize space, but also to help you find a parking spot. Once you’re parked, look at the neighboring cars. Are you parking in a way that makes it difficult for them to load/unload? Are you taking up excess space? Please respect others when parking.
We know the feeling – the mountain is in sight, and you can’t wait to take that first turn of the day. All this excitement is great, but please control your speeds in our parking lots and area roads. Speeding in parking lots can result in serious injury or worse. Be aware of your surroundings, stop at the end of parking rows, and keep speeds to a crawl.
No Oversized Vehicles
To properly fit in a parking spot, your vehicle must be under 8 feet wide x 21.3 feet long. Keep your camper, RV, trailer, etc. at home, please.
No Camping or Overnight Parking
If you’re looking to spend the night—don’t camp out in any Loon parking lots. Violators will be towed. There are many campgrounds and local lodges in the area.
Alcohol, Open Flames & Tents Prohibited
These items are not permitted. Keep 'em at home.
The following operate during the winter season:
This lodge-to-lodge shuttle can get you to and from any three of our base areas and lodges.
Local Lodging Shuttle
If you’re staying at a participating lodging property, take the shuttle to Loon and back.
J.E. Henry Railroad
At one lodge but what to head to the other? Hop on the J.E. Henry Railroad and travel the distance between the Octagon Lodge and Governor Adams Lodge. It’s free.