York City's beautiful Penn Park is playing host to the third foodstruck on Sunday, August 31st. Four square blocks of green space right in the heart of the City of York, Penn Park is an urban oasis that gives us (and you) room to spread our wings.

More space (8.5 times as much space, actually), more trucks, more vendors, more time, more beer, less rain (hopefully). Let's do this.

Coming to foodstruck but not sure where to park or how to get to Penn Park?

No worries, we’ve got you covered so you can focus on eating really great food, sipping craft beer, and listening to some local musical talent.

Shuttles:

There will be two shuttles running continuously from both York College’s Rail Trail Lot (long skinny lot off Grantley Rd.) and the Susquehanna Commerce Center on Philadelphia Street. This is probably the easiest, most stress free way to get to the event. We’ll have volunteers manning the lots to point you in the right direction.

Susquehanna Commerce Center
221 W. Philadelphia Street York, PA 17401
If you park here and walk: turn left out of lot onto Philadelphia St. Take a right on Beaver St. Walk straight to Penn Park. Presto!

York College Parking Lot
Corner of Grantley Road and Jackson Street 
825 Grantley Road York, PA 17403 is the closest address.

 


Free Parking:

All three city parking garages (Market St., Philadelphia St., and King St.) will be available completely free of charge.

And these surface lots will also be free to use:

Junior Achievement                   
610 S. George Street

Crispus Attucks
200 S. Duke Street    

St. Patrick’s Catholic Church (after 12pm) 
(additional handicap spots here) 
231 S. Beaver Street       

William Penn High School 
(additional handicap spots here)              
101 W. College Street

City of York Lot 13                            
Corner of Kings Mills Road, Lafayette Street & Manor Street

City Hall                
101 S. George Street

Susan Byrnes Health Education Center      
 515 S. George Street   

You won’t be able to park on the streets adjacent to Penn Park, by the way. The food trucks will be there.