Auburn offers a good amount of free on campus public parking. The majority of this parking is located on the south to west side of campus, along Lem Morrison Dr, Biggio Dr, and W Samford Ave. Parking in these areas opens at 4pm on Friday’s prior to games. The hayfields on the south corners of Lem Morrison Dr (which turns into Farm St and then Mell St) and Donahue Dr open on Thursday at 2pm for RV’s and cars, but fill pretty quickly with RV’s. There are also smaller public parking lots on the east and north side of campus relatively close to the stadium, mainly along Mell St and Roosevelt Dr, but you better get to campus extremely early because these are prime spots that fill up quickly. University parking decks and paved surfaces other than those specifically noted on the map, are not allowed to be reserved for tailgating.
Public Parking is highlighted in orange on the Auburn Gameday Parking Map
Your best bet is to use one of the many on campus parking options. There are more than enough spots, and you will be in the thick of the action. If you want to avoid the hassle of the crowds park in the North Park Garage (712 West Magnolia, Auburn, AL 36830) just northwest of the stadium. It costs $25/vehicle, is within walking distance, and opens at 6 am on gameday. Passes are sold online ahead of time. For more information, and to order your pass visit AuburnGamedayParking.com.
The parking areas directly around the stadium are reserved for season ticket holders. All season ticket lots are highlighted in dark blue on the Auburn Gameday Parking Map. Refer to your pass for lot times and policies. For information on reserving season parking, or other questions, call Tigers Unlimited at 800-AUB-1957 ext. 2.
RV, Bus & Other
The hayfields on the south side of campus located on the south side intersection of Lem Morrison Dr and Donahue Dr are first come first serve and open Thursday at 2pm. We suggest rolling into town a couple hours prior to 2 in order to ensure a place in line to get a spot, and plan to be packed up and on the road by 4pm on Sunday, because this is when the fields close. The hayfields also offer open restrooms for campers. One suggestion is to print out the parking map to be sure that you aren’t parking in non-rv parking areas, which is the majority of Auburn’s campus. For more information on RV parking email email@example.com. These lots are highlighted in orange on the Auburn Gameday Parking Map.
There are no seasonal or per game RV parking permits available for 2011.
Parking buses and other mass transit vehicles (i.e. 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.
Free disabled parking is offered on the SW corner of W Magnolia Dr and Donahue Dr in Lot Y, on the northwest side of the stadium. This lot is just to the north of the stadium, and is highlighted in blue on the Auburn Gameday Parking Map above. This lot opens at 8 am on gamedays. Shuttle service is provided to and from this lot during gamedays. The shuttle starts 2 hours before kick-off, runs during the game, and up to 2 hours after the game.
References: Auburn University