Parking & Directions

Parking & Directions  

Ride the BACON Shuttle! 

Don’t get caught in festival traffic and waste valuable bacon-eating time! Festival goers are highly encouraged to avoid driving into the city and use our convenient Shuttle Lots that provide shuttle service to and from the festival.

  • A shuttle will take you to/from within two blocks of the festival. Shuttle drop off and pick up location is located at Northampton and Fifth Streets.
  • CASH ONLY! $20/car, $50/small shuttle bus, $100/large bus, exact change is always appreciated.
  • All riders will be given a colored wristband that matches your shuttle. At shuttle pick up location from festival look for the appropriate colored shuttle (as indicated in each bus window) to return to your lot.
  • Shuttles will run approximately every 15 – 45 minutes through the height of the festival
  • Parking proceeds will benefit FAA Chapter 70 and the Civil Air Patrol. These volunteers are there to assist you, and work long hours so please be patient. 
  • Shuttles have no lift ramps, anyone needing a chair lift should utilize downtown parking. Wheelchairs are welcome if they can be collapsed and loaded for transport and individual is able to manage the steps of the bus. Shuttles are not equipped with lifts.

Shuttle Locations 

Shuttle Location #1: (CASH ONLY) $20/car, $50/small shuttle bus, $100/large bus

Parking: Bradens Airpark, Forks Township, PA 18045
Times: Shuttle Service from 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Festival Shuttle Stop: Northampton and Fifth Streets

Directions: PA-33 to PA-191 Exit North, East on Main Street, continue on Sullivan Trail South * follow signs to lot on right. (For GPS, the lot is NEAR Two T’s Mini Golf, 3521 Sullivan Trail, Easton, PA. Click here to view GoogleMaps to Bradens Airpark.

Shuttle Location #2: (CASH ONLY) $20/car, $50/small shuttle bus, $100/large bus

Parking: Northampton County Courthouse, Washington Street, Easton, PA 18042
Times: Shuttle Service from 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Festival Shuttle Stop: Northampton & Fifth Streets

Directions: I-78 Easton Exit #75 to Morgan Hill Road North, North on Philadelphia Road, North on St. Johns Street, West on Washington Street * follow signs to lots on right and left. Click here to view GoogleMaps to nearby 669 Washington St., Easton, PA

  • There is limited handicapped accessible parking available in these lots on a first-come, first-served basis to vehicles displaying a state-issued handicapped plate or placard. 

Shuttle Location #3: (CASH ONLY) $20/car, $50/small shuttle bus, $100/large bus

Parking: William Penn Park & Ride, Emrick Blvd., Easton, PA 18045
Times: Shuttle Service from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Festival Shuttle Stop: Northampton and Fifth Streets

Directions: From 78 West take exit 71 PA-33 N toward US-22/Stroudsburg, continue on PA-33 N, take William Penn Highway exit and continue to destination.  

Click here for GoogleMaps  to Park & Ride


Shuttles Provided By Palmeri Transportation


Ride Sharing: Recommended Drop-off Locations

  • Northampton County Courthouse: 669 Washington Street, Easton PA

City Parking Options

  • City of Easton Fourth Street Parking Garage, South Fourth Street, Easton, PA 18042 ($20 per car, CASH ONLY)
  • City of Easton Intermodal Parking Garage, South Third Street, Easton, PA 18042, ($20 per car, CASH ONLY)
    • BOTH of these garages are within walking distance to the festival, shuttle service is NOT available.
    • Both garages are ADA Accessible.

Pedal Power

Skip the traffic and burn some calories by biking to PA Bacon Fest. Our festival and many Easton businesses are bike-friendly. Here are some tips for cyclists:

  • Artist-designed bike racks are available throughout Downtown Easton – remember to bring your own lock. Learn more.
  • Downtown Easton is a 1/4-mile ride from the D&L Trail. Start your day at your favorite spot along the trail and stop at PA Bacon Fest to refuel with your favorite bacon snacks before heading back home. Check out the D&L’s Trip Planner to help plan your route. Please note: Once you leave the trail you’ll need to dismount, loop back on Route 611 West, then head north on Third Street to the festival grounds.
  • Need some air? The Easton Public Market, 325 Northampton St., has an air pump out front near its bike rack. There’s also a bike repair station, with a bike wash coming soon. Inside you’ll find restrooms, a refillable water bottle station and healthy snacks at the Highmark Farmstand.
  • Visit Trek Bicycle Easton while you’re in town. They’ve got everything you’ll need for your trip back.