We're excited to have you! Come explore everything Newport on the Levee has to offer via driving, public transit, walking, or biking.
Newport on the Levee
1 Levee Way
Newport, KY 41071
Newport on the Levee’s parking garage is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing ease of access to onsite and nearby attractions like Megacorp Pavilion, Paycor Stadium, and The Great American Ball Park.
Click here for a navigation guide to parking at Newport on the Levee.
Garage Hours & Rates:
0 to 1 hour - Free
1 to 3 hours - $6
3 to 5 hours - $10
5 to 24 hours - $12
Lost ticket - $15
Valet parking is available via the East Third Street entrance behind Brio Tuscan Grille and operates Monday – Sunday, 11AM to 11PM. It is $12 per car.
For parking inquiries, call (859) 888-2455
The Purple People Bridge
The Purple People Bridge is a pedestrian-only bridge that stretches 0.5 mile across the Ohio River to connect the communities of Newport and Cincinnati. It is the longest connector of its kind in the country, and has linked the two states together since 1872. The Purple People Bridge can be accessed near Shiners on the Levee, just off East Third Street.
Red Bike is Cincinnati’s non-profit station-based bike share system that operates through the BCycle mobile app. Newport on the Levee is home to two Red Bike rental stations, one on the west end of the property by Brio and another on its east end by The Gallery building entrance off East Third Street. Click here for more information on how to ride.
Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK)
The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) provides public fixed-route and paratransit services throughout the region. Take the Southbank Shuttle Bus number 25 to Newport on the Levee, or the nearest light rail station is 8th & Main Station, a 24-min walk. Check fares and ride guides here.
The Riverfront Commons Trail
The Riverfront Commons Trail is a waterfront pedestrian path located at the base of Newport on the Levee. It is currently under construction, with 11 miles already complete, including segments in Covington, Newport and Dayton, and will ultimately span 20 miles to join these three cities with Bellevue, Ludlow, and Fort Thomas.
The Taylor-Southgate Bridge is located to the west of The Levee and provides pedestrian and vehicle access from Cincinnati to Newport.
Newport on the Levee’s dedicated rideshare zone is located on East Third Street in front of The Gallery building entrance.