Last Updated on March 26, 2023
Binion’s Gambling Hall has been an important spot on Fremont St. and part of the Fremont Street Experience since it was opened in 1951. This iconic gambling hall sits at the northwest corner of Fremont St. with two large parking garages spanning a block and a half. While there is a fee to park at Binion’s, it’s not hard to earn free Binion’s parking for hotel guests and visitors alike.
There are two parking garages to choose from at Binion’s. The first Binions parking garage is attached directly to the casino and offers quick access to the casino center for gamblers. This garage is a six-story structure with about 300 parking spaces.
The second Binions parking garage can be accessed behind the resort across E. Ogden Ave. There’s a pedestrian bridge connecting this seven-story garage to Binion’s. There’s a large neon Binion’s sign sitting atop the garage that screams old-school Las Vegas.
There are parking fees for hotel guests and visitors, but it’s very easy to earn free parking.
In 2023, Binion’s does not currently offer valet parking. Valet parking was offered at one point and may return again, but it’s unclear if or when that will happen.
Hotel guests are charged a flat rate fee of $5 per day to park at Binion’s. For non-hotel guests, pricing is dependent on how long you’re parked. 0 to 1 hour costs $3, 1 to 2 hours costs $6, 2 to 4 hours costs $9, 4 to 6 hours costs $12, and 6 to 24 hours costs $18.
0 to 1 Hour
1 – 2 Hours
2 – 4 Hours
4 – 6 Hours
6 – 24 Hours
Parking rates increase dramatically during special events and busy holiday weekends that bring a large crowd to Fremont Street.
Hotel guests can receive free parking by signing up for a Club Binion’s account card at the front desk during check-in. This casino player’s card can be used to earn points at slots and table games. You only need to earn 5 points on the Club Binion’s casino card to get validated parking.
If you aren’t a hotel guest, you still don’t need to pay to park if you’re spending any money inside the casino or restaurants, including the popular Whiskey Licker Up Saloon. If you’re playing slots, visit the front desk for validation. If you’re playing table games, the pit boss can validate your parking ticket. If you’re just eating or drinking inside Binion’s, ask your server about parking validation.
There is no oversized parking at Binion’s. If you have a larger vehicle, be mindful of the clearance height of the parking garage. The Binions parking garage that’s attached to the casino has a clearance height of 6 feet 7 inches. The Binions parking garage that’s further away has a clearance of just 6 feet 5 inches. The garages cannot accommodate vans, campers, buses, or trailers.
There are not currently any EV charging stations at Binion’s, but there are some at their sister location Four Queens.
Is there free parking at Binion’s?
You can easily get free parking if you’re spending any money to gamble, eat, drink, or attend an event at Binion’s.
Does Binion’s have valet parking?
Valet parking is not currently offered at Binion’s. There are two Binion’s parking garages available for self-parking.