Parking at the UW-Madison Campus and around Madison Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Extension Conference Centers offer UW-Madison campus parking to individuals as well as groups for their events. Reserved parking permits through the Pyle Center reservation system reserve space located in UW-Campus Lot 83 under the Fluno Center, 601 University Avenue.
To order a pre-paid and reserved campus parking through the Pyle Center, select the appropriate link below.
Do NOT use these order forms if you have a guest room reservation at the Lowell Center. Call the hotel directly at (866) 301-1753 or email email@example.com to inquire about parking availability at the hotel.
-Public Users/Visitors to Campus (single permits) ORDER HERE
(Program coordinators and event planners may wish to share this link with event participants so they may request parking permits.)
-Departments/Event Planners (multiple permits for multiple people/days) ORDER HERE
Many area hotels provide parking for overnight guests, and many are within walking distance and/or offer shuttle services. We recommend that you check with your hotel for more information before you request a reserved parking permit for The Pyle Center or The Lowell Center.
Generally, it isn't necessary to rent a car if you arrive via Dane County Regional Airport. The airport is located only about six miles from the downtown Madison and UW campus area, and ample taxi and limousine service is available.
City of Madison Public Parking Ramps
Several parking garages, surface lots, and on-street parking spaces are located within a short walk of the Conference Centers. Most city and campus lots operate on a first-come, first-served basis, but some have limited visitor permits. A typical charge for parking in a City of Madison ramp for the day is about $13.00 cash or charge. Public parking ramps and metered street parking spaces are available without advance reservations, but are often filled to capacity by 10:00 a.m. Refer to the map for lot locations.
Parking for Persons with Disabilities
Generally, drivers with State of Wisconsin disabled permits or DIS and VET plates may park in the parking stalls designated for persons with disabilities near the Conference Centers (unless signs indicate UW disabled permits are required) and at the meters (if over 30 minutes) without paying an additional fee. Customers with special needs are encouraged to contact their meeting coordinator to make appropriate arrangements.
Links to more information about city parking ramps and public parking on campus:
- UW-Madison Visitor & Information Programs
- UW-Madison Transportation Services
- City of Madison Parking Information
Conferencing, Catering & Lodging on the UW-Madison Campus. UW-Extension Conference Centers.