Auburn Gameday
 
No parking is allowed on the roadway, bike paths, and sidewalks. For pedestrian safety, the Mell Street corridor, bound by the intersections of Thach and College, Mell and Samford, and Miller and College will close to all vehicular traffic approximately two to four hours prior to kickoff.
 
IRON BOWL PARKING
  • RVs parked in the Hayfields for the Idaho game may remain in the hayfields on Sunday, Nov. 22, but fans may not occupy their RVs (see more information below). Approximately 50’ x 20’ of space is appropriate per RV. Any excessive flagging for the Idaho game will be removed by Auburn University public safety officials.
  • Hayfield lots will reopen and remain open on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8 a.m.
  • The Community Garden Hayfield will open on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8 a.m.
  • The area on the corner of Lem Morrison and Biggio Dr. will open on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8 a.m.
  • The CDV lot will open for football permit RV parking at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25.
  • The East Coliseum RV lot will open for football permit RV parking at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25.
  • At 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 27 campus will open for tailgating. Reserved game day parking lots will open at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 28. Any flagging set-up prior to Friday at 6 a.m. will be removed by Auburn University public safety officials.
PARKING IN THE HAYFIELDS
  • RVs must remain unoccupied from Sunday, Nov. 22 at 4 p.m. until lots reopen at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25.
  • The Hayfields will be barricaded on Sunday, Nov. 22 at 4 p.m., and no additional RVs will be allowed to enter the hayfields until Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8 a.m.
  • Auburn public safety officials will monitor the Hayfields, however all RVs are parked at their own risk and Auburn University encourages all fans to secure their property.
  • In order to accommodate as many RVs as possible, flagging for the Alabama game will not be permitted until Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8 a.m. Any flagging set-up prior to Wednesday at 8 a.m. will be removed by Auburn University public safety officials. Approximately 50’ x 20’ of space is appropriate per RV. Any excessive flagging will be removed by Auburn University public safety officials.

CAR PARKING PASSES
There are many free car parking spaces available throughout the Auburn campus. Additional options for your convenience are to visit parkwhiz.com where general public paid parking spaces are available.
 
Feature Printable 2015 Gameday Map (PDF)
 
2013 Gameday Map
 
To improve safety, parking and post game exiting, game day guests will ONLY be allowed to access parking in the Mell Street corridor from College Street via Roosevelt Drive. Guests parking south of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing south and guests parking north of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing north.
 
Vehicles are not allowed inside areas enclosed by bollards, posts, chains or fences. Cars in these areas or those found blocking roadways, sidewalks, emergency lanes, fire hydrants, driveways or other vehicles are subject to being towed at the owner's expense.
 
Non-university golf carts and all-terrain vehicles are not allowed on campus.
 
All streets must remain open to traffic and emergency vehicles, except those that are blocked by law-enforcement barricades surrounding Jordan-Hare Stadium.
 

Reserved parking is available for each game, while supplies last, in the following lots:
Season Passes | Single-Game Passes 

Duncan Drive - SOLD OUT
Wright & Glenn St. - SOLD OUT
College & Samford Lot - SOLD OUT
South Quad Parking Deck
Magnolia & Toomer Lot - SOLD OUT
Wire & Thach Tailgating lot - SOLD OUT
Library Deck - SOLD OUT
Ingram Hall/Chapel Lot - SOLD OUT
Kinesiology Lot
NorthPark Deck
 
Accessible parking is available in lots on the corner of Magnolia and Donahue (AU Department of Public Safety). Lots open at 8 a.m. on game days. To access, you will need a state tag or hang tag and a photo ID of the owner of the registered tag. The owner must be present to obtain access to accessible parking. Parking is free and shuttle services are available before, during and after the game. | Accessibility
 
Free parking for mass transit vehicles (buses, limos, taxis, etc.) is available in the hayfields on South Donahue near Woodfield Drive. No mass transit vehicles may enter the barricaded areas in and around campus without proper credentials.
 

Samford Avenue
Street parking on Samford Avenue, from College Street to Shug Jordan Parkway is prohibited. The prohibition includes the roadway, bike paths, and sidewalks.
 
Magnolia Avenue
Street parking on West Magnolia Avenue, from Donahue Drive to Wire Road is prohibited. The prohibition includes the roadway, bike paths and sidewalks.
 
Samford Avenue Extension
East of the campus, Samford Avenue has been extended to intersect with Glenn Avenue. While traveling east on Samford Avenue, fans may now cross East University Drive, continuing on Samford Avenue to Glenn Avenue. Glenn Avenue leads to easy access to I-85 via Bent Creek Road (EXIT 57).
 
Mell Street Corridor
The Mell Street corridor, bound by the intersections of Thach and College, Mell and Samford, and Miller and College will close to all vehicular traffic approximately four hours prior to kickoff. To improve safety, parking and post-game exiting, game day guests will ONLY be allowed to access parking in the Mell Street corridor from College Street via Roosevelt Drive. Guests parking south of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing south and guests parking north of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing north.
 
Hayfields Open on Thursdays
The hayfields on Donahue Drive will open for free, public RV parking at 2 p.m. on Thursdays prior to home games. The hayfields close at 4 p.m. on Sundays following each home game.
 
War Eagle Way
All game day Tiger Transit shuttles will drop-off and pick-up on campus on War Eagle Way, immediately north of the Nichols Center. Shuttles will no longer use the Biggio Drive turnaround behind the Coliseum.
 
 
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