Whether you arrive by car, by coach, by horse-drawn buggy or by helicopter, the National Addiction Awareness Expo Center will accommodate your method of arrival.
In addition to a section devoted to staff parking, the expansive general parking lot will have charging stations for electric cars, horse-and-buggy sheds and spaces for cars, motorcycles, bicycles and recreational vehicles.
Coach parking will allow 40 buses each day to bring visitors to the National Addiction Awareness Expo Center. For the drivers’ convenience, a waiting room will be provided for them to stay in while their passengers explore the Awareness Complex, and no backing in is necessary to park or disembark.
Students transported by school bus for field trips will arrive in the rear of the National Addiction Awareness Expo Center, separated from the general public for their protection. No backing in is required for these buses, and when the students are in the Awareness Complex, drivers can relax in our fully equipped drivers lounge until it is time for them to board again. Parents at home can rest assured in the knowledge that their kids are safe with us.