Map, Directions, Parking, Traffic & Lodgings
Main Festival Events on Francis Field
29 W Castillo Dr. St. Augustine, Florida 32084
FREE FESTIVAL SHUTTLE PARKING
SATURDAY MARCH 14 ONLY 8:00 AM-11:00 PM
The City of St. Augustine will provide FREE PARKING SHUTTLE SERVICE for the CELTIC FESTIVAL on SATURDAY MARCH 14 ONLY from 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM.
Shuttle PICK UP every 20 minutes from two parking lots north of the City:
The shuttle will bring you to the Visitor Information Center and Visitor Parking Facility at 10 S. Castillo Drive, just across the street from the Celtic Festival.
Visitors Parking Garage across the street from the Festival. All day parking or short term, but fills up quickly.
•Street parking is free or metered at various street locations within a 10-minute walk
•Public Lots – paid parking within a 10-minute walk.
•Private Lots – paid parking within 10-minute walk.
Parking for RV/Buses/Campers available next to the Festival in the Riberia Street lot-first come, first served. No camping allowed.
(Close-in parking fills up early)
Other parking alternatives:
Find out what traffic is like by calling 511 toll free, visiting FL511.com, or checking the free Florida 511 mobile app. You also can get traffic updates on Twitter by following @FL511_NORTHEAST.
Camping & RV Parking
Here is a link to St. Johns County RV and camp grounds:
Directions to Event Field
From the North (Jacksonville & North):
Take I-95 South to exit 318 (St Augustine/Green Cove Springs)
Turn left onto SR-16 E.
Turn right onto N Ponce de Leon Blvd/US-1 S.
Turn left onto W Castillo Dr.
From the South (Daytona/Palm Coast and South)
Take I-95 North
Take the US-1 exit, EXIT 298, toward St Augustine.
Take the exit toward St Augustine/Faver Dykes State Pk/Fort Matanzas
Turn right onto US-1 North
Follow US-1 for about 16 miles.
Turn right onto W Castillo Dr.
Where To Stay in
Please join us and celebrate romantic St. Augustine’s Celtic heritage. Saturate your senses in the sights, sounds, and tastes of our Celtic history.
Fact: The founder of St Augustine, Pedro Menendez, was from the Celtic region of Spain.
Sights: Celtic musicians, Highland Games, Clans & Celtic Vendors
Sounds: Arguably the best collaboration of Celtic artists assembled in the US.
Tastes: Savor both Celtic food and local offerings.