Northern Colorado and Wyoming


Northern Colorado and Wyoming Options:

Option 1: Take I-25 south to Highway 7, the Brighton exit (exit 229). Go east about 9 miles on Highway 7 and turn right (south) on Highway 85. Continue south on Highway 85 to 104th Avenue and turn left. Take 104th Avenue east about 5 or 6 miles to Tower Road and turn right. Continue south on Tower 2.5 miles to USAirport Parking. This route avoids most Denver Metro traffic jams, and is considerably shorter than going south into Denver on I-25, and then backtracking north to the Airport on Pena.
To return home from USAirport Parking after your trip, turn left (north) on Tower Road as you exit the facility. Turn left on 104th Avenue, at the stoplight approximately three miles north of the facility. Continue west on 104th to Highway 85. Turn right on Highway 85, and continue north on Highway 85 to Highway 7. Turn left on Highway 7, and take it west to I-25.

Option 2: First, take I-25 to Hwy 7 (the Brighton exit, exit 229), then take Hwy 7 east about nine miles to Hwy 85. Take Hwy 85 south about one mile to Bromley Lane, and turn left (east) on Bromley. Turn right (south) on 4th Avenue in 4/10 of a mile, and continue four miles south to 120th Avenue. Turn left (east) on 120th Avenue and go 2.5 miles east to Tower Road. DO NOT use E-470 (It’s not faster to USAirport Parking from 120th and costs extra money – If want to use E470, take it the whole way from I-25). Continue just past the entrance to E-470 to Tower Road, and turn right at the stoplight. USAirport Parking is 4.9 miles south of 120th Avenue on the west side of Tower Road.
To return home from USAirport Parking after your trip, turn left (north) on Tower Road as you exit the facility. Turn left on 120th Avenue, at the stoplight 4.9 miles north of the facility. Continue west on 120th for 2.5 miles to Colorado Hwy 2 (Sable). Turn right on Highway 2, and continue north four miles on Highway 2 to Bromley Lane. Take Bromley west .4 miles to Hwy 85, turn right on Highway 85. Continue north on Highway 85 for about one mile to Highway 7. Take Highway 7 west at the roundabout, and continue west on Highway 7 for 9 miles to I-25.

Option 3: Take I-25 south to 104th Avenue (exit 221). Turn left on 104th, and go east approximately 11.5 miles to Tower Road. Turn right on Tower, and go 2.9 miles south to USAirport Parking.

To return home from USAirport Parking after your trip, turn left (north) on Tower Road as you exit the facility. Turn left on 104th Avenue, at the stoplight approximately three miles north of the facility. 104th Avenue does have a railroad crossing which may delay travel occasionally. Continue west on 104th to I-25. Turn right on I-25.

Option 4: Take I-25 south to Exit 217A, I-270. It’s a left hand exit. Merge with I-70 eastbound in about six miles, then exit on Pena Boulevard. Exit Pena at Tower Road, and turn north (left). USAirport Parking will be on your left just to the north of Pena.
To return home from USAirport Parking after your trip, turn right on Tower Road as you exit the facility and continue south to 56th Avenue. Turn right on 56th Ave., then left on Pena, which will merge with I-70 westbound in about 2 miles. Exit on I-270, which will connect with I-25 Northbound.

Option 5: (E470 from I-25)
Exit I-25 at E470 (exit 228). You’ll continue south and east on E470 for 15 miles. You will pay at Toll Plaza E (roughly 144th and E470). Your best route to USAirport Parking is to exit at 96th Avenue (exit 31 – is a toll exit) then turn right on 96th, and left on Tower. This route will save you the toll each way over continuing on to Pena, and save time and mileage.
To return home from USAirport Parking after your trip, turn left (north) on Tower Road, then go north about two miles to 96th Ave. Turn right (east) on 96th Ave., and go about one half mile to E470. Turn left (north) onto Northbound E470 (toll charge). Exit E470 at I-25 in about 16 miles.

Option 6: (E470 from Hwy 85)
If you prefer to use E-470, take Hwy 85 south of the city of Brighton, You’ll go under E-470, then loop around on the a HUGE cloverleaf (I’m not kidding, it’s about 2 miles!) to enter the E470 Tollway. It’s 75 cents exact change to enter the tollway. Take E470 south to 96th Avenue (Exit 31), turn right on 96th, and left on Tower at the light. If you exit past 96th Ave, you’ll drive further and wind up paying at the toll plaza just south of 96th Ave. Saves toll and a minute or two, and get off on 96th Ave.
To return home from USAirport Parking after your trip, turn left (north) on Tower Road, then go north about two miles to 96th Ave. Turn right (east) on 96th Ave., and go about one half mile to E470. Turn left (north) onto Northbound E470 (toll charge). Exit E470 at US85.

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Testimonials

I live in Thornton so it’s an easy drive to USA and convenient for me to park
there. Really like the fact that they help you on extended stays with their coupons. Never wait very long for the shuttle either at USA or the airport.

- Shawn

Apparently we left our drivers side window down when we headed to the Denver airport. We arrived back at USAirport parking 8 days later to find the drivers door had been bagged and taped up. Nothing was missing and We couldn’t ask for better service. . How lucky we are in today’s world that integrity is a vital part of USAirport parking. Thank you to everyone who is employed at USAirport parking and we promise to check the windows before we jump into the shuttle

- Cheyenne Family

I love this place! They have taken such great care of me. My car had and flat and the battery was dead and they had it all taken care of before I even got off the shuttle. Every time I speak with a REAL person. The staff is wonderful. I am a customer for life.

- Clare Brofford

This is a great place to park. Prices are reasonable for covered parking and the drivers are helpful and friendly.

- Steve H

KUDO’S TO USAirport EMPLOYEES
On our way to DIA on 7/08/17 a vehicle in front of us dropped a bag which
we ran over. We made it to USA parking before it went totally flat. The shuttle driver immediately called maintenance and he was there within minutes .He said they would plug it & watch to make sure it held. Leave the keys and pick them up at the office on our return. A couple days later
we received a call saying the tire was fixed. When we returned from our trip on 7/13/17 the shuttle dropped us off at the office to pick up keys, we
were offered coffee and a smile. We were then taken to our repaired vehicle. Everyone connected with our venture went above and beyond. I only wish I had taken down all the names of those who helped us. All of this done at “NO CHARGE” Thanks to all of you for your kindness and care at a stressful time. We have always parked at USA & obviously will continue to do so and will highly recommend you to others.

- Richard Marcum

I got off the shuttle on my trip back and the driver noticed I had a flat tire and contacted someone to come help me immediately. Another person was there in less than 5 minutes and aired up the tire but found a nail. He had me follow him to their shop for their own vehicles and that person took the nail out and patched up the hole. I was in and out of there in no time at all with no extra charge. I’ve been using this service for years but they really went above and beyond for me this time when I needed help.

- Jennifer McCarn

USAirport Parking is always fast and friendly. I would recommend the service to anyone flying out of DIA.

- Robert

I have used USA Parking many times. I use to do a shuttle from Fort Collins but it cost much more and did not get there at the time they said and was not a secure place to park. This is much easier, cheaper, and safer. The people have always been very nice and helpful. I recommend this place to any going to DIA, it is g

- Bill Edwards

A great place to park. Shuttles are quick and all personnel are helpful and friendly.

- John Lewis

USA Parking many times. I use to do a shuttle from Fort Collins but it cost much more and did not get there at the time they said and was not a secure place to park. This is much easier, cheaper, and safer. The people have always been very nice and helpful. I recommend this place to any going to DIA, it is great!

- Broadaway