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Balloon Fiesta Park & Ride

Park & Ride West Side Locations:

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Cottonwood Mall
10000 Coors Bypass NW
Park in the northeast parking lot near Seven Bar Loop and Coors Bypass NW

Intel
1600 Rio Rancho Blvd. SE
Use southern parking lot. Enter lot at either Westside Blvd. or 21st Street 

 

Park & Ride East Side Locations:

Hoffmantown Church
8888 Harper Road NE
Park in the northeast lot only

Cliff’s Amusement Park - Online ticket sales only
4800 Osuna Road NE
Near San Mateo and I-25

Coronado Mall
6600 Menaul Boulevard NE
Park in the southwest corner near San Pedro Dr. & Uptown Blvd.

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Park & Ride Ticket Prices (Includes Park Admission):

Adults (13 - 61) - $22 - $15 advance

Seniors (62 and older) - $20 - $12 advance

Children (6-12) - $10 - $7 advance

Children (5 and under) - Free

NOTE: No cash accepted at remote lots.  Credit cards only.

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BUS SERVICE TIMES
Morning Sessions:

From Remote Lots to Balloon Fiesta Park: 4:30 AM TO 7:00 AM
Inbound service ends at 7:00 AM
(Please note: Dawn Patrol is scheduled to launch at 6:00 AM and Mass Ascension is scheduled to start by 7:00 AM)

From Balloon Fiesta Park to Remote Lots:
8:00 AM – 12 Noon FULL SERVICE
12 Noon – 12:30 PM Straggler buses. Each return bus will go to all locations. 


Evening Sessions:
From Remote Lots to Balloon Fiesta Park: 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Inbound service ends at 6:30 PM

From Balloon Fiesta Park to Remote Lots:
7:00 PM – 9:30 PM FULL SERVICE
9:30 PM – 10:00 PM Straggler buses. Each return bus will go to all locations


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: NO FIESTA EXPRESS BUS SERVICE

KOB

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