Michigan State Spartans Football Gameday Routes & Road Closures

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Directions to Spartan Stadium

From the South (Jackson)

  • Take US 127 North to Trowbridge Road exit.
  • Turn left (north) at first traffic light, which is Harrison Road.
  • Turn right (east) on Shaw Lane.
  • Spartan Stadium will be on the left.

From the North (St. Johns)

  • Take US 127 South to Trowbridge Road exit.
  • Turn left (north) at first traffic light, which is Harrison Road.
  • Turn right (east) on Shaw Lane.
  • Spartan Stadium will be on the left.

From the East (Detroit)

  • I-96 West to US 127 (Exit 106) North to Trowbridge Road exit.
  • Turn left (north) at first traffic light, which is Harrison Road.
  • Turn right (east) on Shaw Lane.
  • Spartan Stadium will be on the left.

From the West (Grand Rapids)

  • I-96 East to I-496 East (Exit 95) to Trowbridge Road exit.
  • Turn left (north) at first traffic light, which is Harrison Road.
  • Turn right (east) on Shaw Lane.
  • Spartan Stadium will be on the left.

From the Southwest (Charlotte)

  • I-69 North to I-96 East to US 127 North to Trowbridge Road exit.
  • Turn left (north) at first traffic light, which is Harrison Road.
  • Turn right (east) on Shaw Lane.
  • Spartan Stadium will be on the left.

From the Northeast (Flint)

  • I-69 South to US 127 South to Trowbridge Road exit.
  • Turn left (north) at first traffic light, which is Harrison Road.
  • Turn right (east) on Shaw Lane.
  • Spartan Stadium will be on the left.

From Capital City Airport

  • Turn right (west) onto Grand River Avenue to Waverly Road and turn left (south).
  • Follow Waverly to I-496 East.
  • Follow I-496 East to Trowbridge Road exit.
  • Turn left (north) at first traffic light, which is Harrison Road.
  • Turn right (east) on Shaw Lane.
  • Spartan Stadium will be on the left.

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References: Michigan State University, MSUSpartans.com