Directions to Milan Puskar Stadium

Directions & Parking

Public Parking

General Public

When it comes to tailgating in the Big East, no one does it better than West Virginia. There are tons of parking options for visiting fans, on and off campus. Arrive early, as in 7 am, and drive the streets close to the stadium (Patterson Dr, University Ave, etc) and look for parking. There are also several on campus options, but generally inf you arrive earlier you’ll be able to grab a private parking spot closer to the stadium.

On Campus

There are several free and paid parking lots on campus that are reserved for the general public and visiting fans. These lots are the Tan, Burgundy, and Purple lots located on the map to the right, and are on the north and west sides of Mountaineer Field. All of these lots are within 2 miles to the stadium, and a short 15-20 min walk. All lots are open for cars at 7 a.m. on game day.

The Burgundy Lot and the Purple lot (Areas 52 and 61 behind Sheetz on Route 705) will have limited spaces available to purchase single game parking passes. Passes wil be sold for $20, and the Burgundy and Purple lots are car-only lots.

The Tan Lots are located on the far west side of campus by the Coliseum, just under 2 miles west of the stadium. This is the largest collection of gameday parking for visiting fans and the general public. Parking is free to fans, and they provide a shuttle service that runs to and from Mountaineer Field.

Off Campus

There are several locations along Patteson Drive, Van Voorhis Road, W.Va. route 705, University Avenue, Don Nehlen Drive/Willowdale Road, and other areas near the stadium that offer parking for a fee. These locations are privately owned. Your best bet is to drive around these areas and look for parking signs. The earlier you arrive, the closer you will be able to park towards the stadium. Parking is generally between $10 and $20.

As an alternative to parking around the football stadium or on the Evansdale campus consider parking Downtown and riding the PRT to the Health Sciences Station.

RV, Bus & Other

General Public

For fans bringing the RV, you should head to the Coliseum Lots on the west side of campus. RV parking at the WVU Coliseum is $80/RV. Lots open at 8 am on game day for RV’s. Make sure you arrive early, they are first come first serve. RVs parking at the WVU Coliseum will be issued a special pass when arriving and upon receiving payment

Reserved

The Green lot (off Van Voorhis Road) opens at 3 p.m. for RVs the day before the game and a single-game RV pass is $115. The Green lot opens at 7 a.m. for cars. Bus parking is available in the Green lot for $80. Recreational vehicles who don’t have a season pass should park in the WVU Coliseum lots. The White lot, located off of Oakland St., will accept game-day passes for $40. This is a car-only lot.

Lots open for recreational vehicles at 8 a.m. in the general Blue and Coliseum lots; Front Row, Red, Green and Light Blue lots open at 3 p.m. on Fridays prior to Saturday home football games.

Bus Parking

Charter buses must purchase a special parking permit for the Green Lot. This permit can be purchased on game day.

Handicap

Handicap parking is available for single-game purchase ($30) on a limited basis at the WVU Law School (Brown Lot), on the southwest side of the stadium. Handicap-accessible vans will provide transportation from Brown Lot to the stadium gates. Fans with disabilities can also park in the Coliseum lots, and a handicap-accessible shuttle bus will provide transportation to and from the WVU Coliseum at a cost of $4. In order to utilize the Handicap Parking you must have the following:

* Valid state-issued handicap parking placard or license plate
* Valid state-issued handicap parking registration card
* Photo ID of the handicapped permit holder (the photo ID must match the handicap parking registration card and permit holder must be in vehicle)

Shuttle & Gameday Transportation

General Public

When it comes to tailgating in the Big East, no one does it better than West Virginia. There are tons of parking options for visiting fans, on and off campus. Arrive early, as in 7 am, and drive the streets close to the stadium (Patterson Dr, University Ave, etc) and look for parking. There are also several on campus options, but generally inf you arrive earlier you’ll be able to grab a private parking spot closer to the stadium.

On Campus

There are several free and paid parking lots on campus that are reserved for the general public and visiting fans. These lots are the Tan, Burgundy, and Purple lots located on the map to the right, and are on the north and west sides of Mountaineer Field. All of these lots are within 2 miles to the stadium, and a short 15-20 min walk. All lots are open for cars at 7 a.m. on game day.

The Burgundy Lot and the Purple lot (Areas 52 and 61 behind Sheetz on Route 705) will have limited spaces available to purchase single game parking passes. Passes wil be sold for $20, and the Burgundy and Purple lots are car-only lots.

The Tan Lots are located on the far west side of campus by the Coliseum, just under 2 miles west of the stadium. This is the largest collection of gameday parking for visiting fans and the general public. Parking is free to fans, and they provide a shuttle service that runs to and from Mountaineer Field.

Off Campus

There are several locations along Patteson Drive, Van Voorhis Road, W.Va. route 705, University Avenue, Don Nehlen Drive/Willowdale Road, and other areas near the stadium that offer parking for a fee. These locations are privately owned. Your best bet is to drive around these areas and look for parking signs. The earlier you arrive, the closer you will be able to park towards the stadium. Parking is generally between $10 and $20.

As an alternative to parking around the football stadium or on the Evansdale campus consider parking Downtown and riding the PRT to the Health Sciences Station.

RV, Bus & Other

General Public

For fans bringing the RV, you should head to the Coliseum Lots on the west side of campus. RV parking at the WVU Coliseum is $80/RV. Lots open at 8 am on game day for RV’s. Make sure you arrive early, they are first come first serve. RVs parking at the WVU Coliseum will be issued a special pass when arriving and upon receiving payment

Reserved

The Green lot (off Van Voorhis Road) opens at 3 p.m. for RVs the day before the game and a single-game RV pass is $115. The Green lot opens at 7 a.m. for cars. Bus parking is available in the Green lot for $80. Recreational vehicles who don’t have a season pass should park in the WVU Coliseum lots. The White lot, located off of Oakland St., will accept game-day passes for $40. This is a car-only lot.

Lots open for recreational vehicles at 8 a.m. in the general Blue and Coliseum lots; Front Row, Red, Green and Light Blue lots open at 3 p.m. on Fridays prior to Saturday home football games.

Bus Parking

Charter buses must purchase a special parking permit for the Green Lot. This permit can be purchased on game day.

Handicap

Handicap parking is available for single-game purchase ($30) on a limited basis at the WVU Law School (Brown Lot), on the southwest side of the stadium. Handicap-accessible vans will provide transportation from Brown Lot to the stadium gates. Fans with disabilities can also park in the Coliseum lots, and a handicap-accessible shuttle bus will provide transportation to and from the WVU Coliseum at a cost of $4. In order to utilize the Handicap Parking you must have the following:

* Valid state-issued handicap parking placard or license plate
* Valid state-issued handicap parking registration card
* Photo ID of the handicapped permit holder (the photo ID must match the handicap parking registration card and permit holder must be in vehicle)

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