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Information about parking in Lee Valley VeloPark
The London Velodrome or the Lee Valley VeloPark is located in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and it is a large centre for cycling that was opened to the public in 2014. It was however, used during the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It features a BMX track, racing tracks, 5 miles of trails for mountain bikes and a 1 mile road course.
With YourParkingSpace you can reserve parking near the Lee Valley VeloPark, such as parking for the day, secure overnight car parking, or a spot on a monthly basis. Through booking beforehand you guarantee yourself a place to park and in addition save a significant amount of money when compared to many car parks.
If you have a spare driveway space, secure off-street space, or secure garage close to the Lee Valley VeloPark then you could be making money by letting it out. Parking spaces near toLee Valley VeloPark are in high demand for visitors to the venue.
The Lee Valley VeloPark (London Velodrome) is located at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Abercrombie Road, London E20 3AB.
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Easy to book. Available when and for the duration booked and easy access.Kate
Easy to find and safeKrysha
Excellent, what's the best route to and from main A12John
I was impressed with how quick and easy it was to find suitable parking for a chunky, 4x4 vehicle on this website. The communication and information emails were good and accurate. The particular space we chose in Romford Road was good as it was behind a locked gate, had no height restriction and from here it took just ten minutes to be in sight of the Olympic stadium and then another ten to reach it. We drove past the entrance initially as you cannot see the actual parking from the road, so look out for the number 64. Once through the white, brick pillared entrance, which is not much wider than a car width, there is a tall, black gate in front of you and parking is beyond this gate for which you will need a code to open. Parking is a long, narrow strip of concrete with walls both sides. All cars were parked on the left at an angle. There isn't room to do a 360 turn, but we were able to do a bit of gear shifting to reverse into a space. Although the area was busy with traffic, even at 11pm on a Sunday, it was easy to turn back out onto the Romford Road. I would definitely use this company again and indeed this particular parking spot.Anne
No problems - a little tricky to find but probably a user error! Spaces were also a little tight but overall no issues and would re-use. Code needed on entry but phone answered promptly with instructionsJohn-Paul
All went well. I will use againJeff
Safe and secure parking. Easy access in and out.Resham
Perfect for Olympic StadiumStuart
This was my second experience of parking in a week , we used it to watch the Athletics in London I must say it's a great idea and very handy and beats looking round for somewhere to park and queuing up to park in a multi-storey car park . Straight in straight out no messing and very easy to find with all the information given right down to the address and postcode . I have recommended it to all my friends , it's so easy to use you just put in where you're going and they find you a space in that area .Canisus