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What is parking like at the Croton Falls train station?

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gregl7 2yrs+
There are a few options. Front Street, which is where the train station is, has only short-term parking, 30 minutes I believe. There are other short term spots available in the lot behind the stores on Front Street, where you can park free for 3 hours. The rest of that main lot is permit parking only, permits can be obtained from the town clerk's office. An extension of that lot has metered parking, which is currently $5 a day. The machine takes cash or credit cards. Many people park on the side of nearby roads, including Rt. 202, and Croton Falls Rd.
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