Gameday: What you need to know for Auburn home games this year

Gameday: What you need to know for Auburn home games this year
Only three days remain before the first game of Auburn University’s football season, and for students, the anticipation is almost unbearable.

AUBURN, AL (WBRC) - From Tiger Walk to Toomer’s Corner, a game day at Auburn is unlike anywhere else. From security to parking - here’s what you need to know for Auburn Tigers home games this year.


To purchase parking passes for a number of lots, click here.

Other parking options

  • Campus safety lot (ADA)
  • VCOM lot (910 South Donahue Drive)
  • CDV (North and East lots, entrance off Wire Road)
  • Old Track (Samford and Biggio, entrance off Biggio)
  • South Quad Deck (near the corner of Duncan and Lem Morrison, entrance off Lem Morrison)

RV parking

RV parking is first come, first served starting at 2 p.m. on Thursdays of game week. The RV parking areas are the hayfields, community gardens, facilities management and intramural fields. For more information on RV parking, email

Shuttle service

Buses begin picking up fans four hours prior to kickoff and runs after games for two hours. Off-campus stops are at Duck Samford Park, the City of Auburn softball complex, Auburn mall and Tigertown. On-campus stops are located on War Eagle Way, facilities division, VCOM lot, Woodfield and Donahue and community garden.

For more information on parking, click here.

Bag Policy

(Source: Auburn Athletics)
(Source: Auburn Athletics) (Source: Auburn Athletics)

More information

For more information on Auburn game days, click here.

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