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Parking in Ingleton

Details and charges for the Council's car parks in Ingleton.
Overnight motorhome bays are now available for use, in line with new UK Government advice on overnight camping.

Community Centre

LA6 3HG (Map and Directions) 

Situated on Main Street just off the A65 and close to the town centre. Parking for cars, motorcycles and motorhomes.

Community Centre Parking Charges
  Monday - Sunday
Pop and shop - up to 45 mins £0.20
Up to 1.5 Hours £1.00
Up to 2 Hours £1.80
Up to 3 Hours £2.40
Up to 4 Hours £2.90
Over 4 Hours £3.90
   
Weekly Ticket £15.00

Backgate

LA6 3BJ (Map and Directions)

Situated just off the B6255 and close to the town centre. Parking for cars, motorcycles and coaches.

  Monday - Sunday
Up to 1.5 Hours £1.00
Up to 2 Hours £1.80
Up to 3 Hours £2.40
Up to 4 Hours £2.90
Over 4 Hours £3.90
   
Weekly Ticket £15.00
HGV Overnight Ticket £10.00

Ticket types and validity

HGV Overnight Tickets are valid for parking from the hours of 6pm and 8am on the day of purchase within the areas designated on the plans for each parking place. Parking prohibited outside these times.

Weekly Tickets are tickets which are valid for 7 consecutive Charging Periods starting on the day of purchase and for a maximum period of 23 hours in any one day

Motorhome parking is available at Ingleton Community Centre. Overnight parking is not available under current lockdown regulations. Daytime parking for motorhomes is charged at the normal daytime tariff.

Motorhomes

Motorhomes are permitted to park on the Council's off-street car parks. Where the wheelbase of the vehicle prohibits it from parking along the length of one designated parking space then tickets should be purchased for both occupied spaces. Motorhomes must not be parked in spaces designated for coach parking only.

Blue Badge holders

Blue badge holders must pay for a ticket on arrival, which will then allow for an additional hour on top of the usual time, and an extra 30 minutes in pop-and-shop spaces.

Blue badge holders are entitled to park on-street on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours, except where there is a ban on loading or unloading.

They can also park for free and for as long as they need to at on-street parking meters and on-street pay and display machines, unless there is a traffic sign specifying a time limit for holders of blue badges.