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For questions concerning RV parking on campus, please email gameday@auburn.edu.
 
Last year, Ag Heritage Park expanded its RV parking site to the south side of Lem Morrison Drive, west of South Donahue Drive. Email TAP@auburn.edu for details on reserving an assigned RV site in this area for 2014.
 
RVs arriving at Auburn University to claim a RV-tailgate site in the hayfields south of Lem Morrison Drive may do so beginning at 2 p.m. on the Thursday prior to a Saturday home football game.
 
Prior to this time, all RVs, personal vehicles, carts, wagons, tape, flagging, signs, unoccupied chairs, or other personal items are prohibited from the hayfields. Unoccupied chairs and personal items in the hayfields prior to 2 p.m. will be removed by University authorities. Individuals may enter the hayfields on foot with a chair or umbrella to reserve a site for an RV prior to 2 p.m. but individuals must stay with their chair or umbrella.
 
RVs arriving prior to their designated time may park in the large grass parking areas located at the corner of Donahue Drive and Lem Morrison Drive, beginning at 2 p.m. on Thursdays. RVs must leave campus by 4 p.m. on Sundays.
 
In order to minimize dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by engine exhausts from RVs, trailers or portable generators, owners should ensure that engines are properly vented. Always park in a manner that ensures adequate space between vehicles. Install carbon monoxide detectors if possible.
 
Feature Printable 2014 Gameday Map (PDF)
 
2013 Gameday Map
  
Please dispose of your waste properly. The dumping of untreated waste water into the Parkerson Mill Creek is in violation of local, state and federal law and is subject to fines and criminal prosecution.