Tailgating is not allowed on campus until 4 p.m. on Friday. Tailgating on campus will begin at 6 a.m. Friday of the Alabama game. Please observe and follow signs in and around all construction areas.
No one is allowed to reserve legal, paved parking spaces in the parking decks or university parking lots. Reserving tailgating spots in grass areas using stakes, ropes, ribbons, tape, chairs, tables, tents, vehicles or other items is not allowed until 4 p.m. on Friday, except for specially permitted University events. Items found before then are subject to removal without notice or reimbursement.
View information about specific tailgating locations below:
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.
Alumni Hospitality Tent (Wallace Center lawn)
Enjoy food, the birds of prey from the Southeastern Raptor Center, a big-screen TV, visits from Aubie, the Auburn Cheerleaders, and so much more! Just steps away from Jordan-Hare, the Auburn Alumni Association Hospitality Tent should be where your game day begins. More Info...
Thanks to the cooperation of the Division of Student Affairs, 65 new tailgating spots are offered on the perimeter of the Intramural Fields on Biggio Drive. The reserved spots are offered free of charge. Fans may reserve spots on a first-come, first served basis beginning at 9 a.m. CT on Mondays before a home game:
Reserve Online: Intramural Field
Tailgate at the Park
Parking packages are available to all Auburn fans at Ag Heritage. The packages range from parking only to regular, deluxe and ultimate tailgates. Fans seeking hassle-free tailgating can purchase packages featuring parking, tents, tables and power. RV parking is still available at Ag Heritage Park, and special event packages will be made available for the first time at the park's vintage facilities. Go to http://www.ag.auburn.edu/tailgate/ to reserve your space today!
Tailgate Guys (Campus Green)
Since 2009, Tailgate Guys has provided a superior, turn-key tailgating service for the game day fan. Offering fully customizable tailgate packages, Tailgate Guys can accommodate almost any size or type of tailgate. All tailgate packages include tents, chairs, tables, and personalize signage with the option to add TV packages, catering and other supplemental items. They operate in a premier location on the Campus Green just steps from Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Thanks to the cooperation of Dean James P. Shepard and the School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences, a new free tailgating area has opened up behind the Forestry & Wildlife building at the corner of South Donahue and Lem Morrison Drive. The School of Forestry has partially cleared a wooded area there for a longleaf pine tree reforestation project. "Weagle Woods" will offer tailgaters a prime location among the pine trees just a short walk from Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Each game day, fans will have the opportunity to unload their vehicles in one of six designated locations. At each location, staff will be present to assist with the unloading process, monitor unloading times and ensure the unload process does not disrupt normal game day traffic flow. The service will be available during pre-game only. Locations:
A - Transportation Tech Center (Magnolia Avenue)
B - Goodwin Music Hall (Samford Avenue)
C - Mell Street Station (Mell Street)
D - Thach Avenue (Mell Street)
E - Intramural Fields (Biggio Drive)
F - Facilities Division (Samford Avenue)
At spots A, B, E, and F, fans may utilize the drop-off point beginning at 6 a.m. until 2 hours prior to kick-off.
At spot C and D, fans may utilize the drop-off point beginning at 6 a.m. and ending when the Mell Street corridor is closed 4 hours prior to kick-off.
Tents with stakes shorter than 12-inches may be set up after 4 p.m. on Fridays. Permits are required for any tent with stakes that are 12-inches or longer. Permit requests are handled online or (334) 844-4619.
Special permits are required for outdoor entertainment events with amplified sound. Permit requests must be submitted at least 14 days in advance and must include a list of required information for the request to be approved. Requests should be made to (334) 844-4619. Special event permits are not site reservations.
Grills are not allowed within 50 feet of campus buildings or in other designated no-grill areas. All fires must be contained within grills or other containers designed specifically for that purpose. Extinguish charcoal fires thoroughly with water before leaving them unattended. Place extinguished charcoal in designated containers or remove it from campus for disposal. Do not dump charcoal on the ground or in dumpsters. Tailgating and grilling are not allowed in the parking decks.
Please keep campus beautiful by placing all trash and recycling in the proper bins located throughout the university tailgate areas, RV lots, and stadium for your convenience. Litter and recycling bags will also be distributed in tailgate areas and RV lots to help keep the university litter-free. Please see the Gameday map for trash and recycling locations.