During the festival, there is no on-site parking for visitors. There are two great options to help you visit the festival.
Shuttle Buses from various parking locations throughout the festival. The buses run from 3:30pm to midnight on Friday, 10:30am to midnight on Saturday, and 10:30am-5:30pm on Sunday. We run several buses throughout those hours– the buses will be running a continuous loop, with about a half hour in between each stop. There is no set schedule, however.
Public Transportation: You can take the bus to the Lighthouse Festival. Local bus service is just $2 for adults, $1.50 for youth (6-17) and $1 for reduced fare customers (seniors, disabled and Medicare). For schedule information, visit www.communitytransit.org/mukilteo.
Check here for the schedule for the 113 bus— the 417 and 880 will also get you down to the festival on Friday afternoon.
Looking for an accessible way to reach the festival? There is a new dedicated handicap lot at Olympic View Middle School.
Main Festival Location
Run-A-Muk Starting Point: August 29
Rosehill Community Center 304 Lincoln Ave, Old Town Mukilteo. 3rd Ave. between Lincoln & Park Streets. (One block east of Mukilteo Speedway) The day of registration opens at 6:45 am.
Tennis Tournament: August 28-30
Kamiak H.S. Courts. 10801 Harbour Pointe Boulevard, Mukilteo, WA 98275
Parade Starting Point: September 12, 10:30am and 10:45am
Both parades start at the corner of Chennault Beach Rd and Harbour Pointe Blvd. Children’s Parade ends at Columbia Elementary parking lot (approx. ½ mile). Grand Parade ends at the corner of 47th Place W and Harbour Pointe Boulevard (3/4 mile).
Free Festival Shuttles: September 11-13
Kamiak High School: 10801 Harbour Pt Blvd, Mukilteo: at east parking lot near portables and gym
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Olympic View Middle School: 2600 Mukilteo Speedway, Mukilteo: at main parking lot adjacent to Mukilteo Speedway.