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Gameday Parking Change for Alabama v Arkansas game

Alabama football fans will have fewer on-campus parking places this Saturday.  Due to tremendous rains in Tuscaloosa over the past two weeks, one of the university's largest parking areas may be unavailable.  The parking area is a grass lot between the paved soccer lot and University Boulevard. 

This grassy area normally holds about 1,000 vehicles during a regular game day.  The heavy rains have caused the ground in the area to become too soft and unable to handle the weight of that many vehicles.  If the grass lot does not dry out sufficiently by Saturday morning, it will be closed.

Other options for parking include:

  • University mall on McFarland Blvd.  has no charge for parking.  Tuscaloosa Charter provides service to the stadium for $10 per person.
  • Downtown parking deck by City Hall, just off University Blvd. on 7th Street and 22nd Avenue.  Free parking.  Tuscaloosa Carter provides service to the stadium for $10 per person.
  • DCH lot is at the corner of Hillard Blvd. and Bryant Drive, west of DCH Hospital.  Parking is $10 per vehicle.  Walking distance to stadium is 1 mile.
  • Marine Corps lot located at the corner of Greensboro and Jack Warner Parkway.  Parking is $10 per vehicle.  Tuscaloosa Charter provides service to the stadium for an additional $10.
  • Central High School is located on 15th Street, east of 10th Avenue.   Parking is $10.00 per vehicle and ½  mile walk to the stadium.

  • Boy Scout lot located off 15th Street, west of 10th Avenue.  Parking is $10.00 per vehicle and ½  mile walk to the stadium.

  • Tuscaloosa Magnet School located off McFarland Blvd. and Campus Drive East. Parking is $10.00 per vehicle. It is 3/4  mile walking distance to 5th Avenue East to the Crimson Ride stop.  The Crimson Ride is free.
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