Special Homecoming Shuttle
Two shuttles will run on a loop, highlighted in red below, from 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM
for Homecoming on October 29th, 2016.
More Cat-Tran information.
The Stadium parking lot (Lot #10), Bardo Arts Center parking lot (Lot #13), Belk parking
lot (Lot #14), Creek parking lot (Lot#9C), Camp parking lot (Lot#4A) and Fieldhouse
parking lot (Lot #12) are reserved for tailgating on home football game day. The Stadium
lot, Bardo Arts, Belk, Creek, and Camp lots are reserved for the Catamount Club.
The Fieldhouse lot is reserved for student tailgating. R.V permits are available for
Camp parking lot(Lot#4B) and are available from the athletics department. A permit
is required to tailgate in any of these lots. Individuals wishing to tailgate in
the Catamount Club tailgate areas should contact the Catamount Club. Students may
purchase a permit through the University Center.
Vehicles parked in the lots above must be moved 6 hours before game time or they will
2016 Football Parking Map
Parking Map: Tow Information
LOTS DESIGNATED BY YELLOW WILL BE TOWED AT MIDNIGHT THE FRIDAY BEFORE EACH HOME FOOTBALL
IF YOUR CAR HAS BEEN TOWED YOU WILL FIND IT LOCATED IN LOT 8B DESIGNATED IN RED.
Parking Procedure: RV Parking for Football Games
SCOPE AND APPLICATION OF PROCEDURE
This procedure applies to specific lots approved for RV parking on University
grounds during scheduled football games .
A Recreational Vehicle (RV) is defined as a self-contained unit equipped with a bathroom,
a full kitchen (including refrigerator) and pump-assisted water storage supplying
water permanently to kitchen sink, lavatory sink, and toilet.
- ADDITIONAL POLICIES
Additional policies that will pertain to the RV permitted lots consist of:
A) University Policy #81 “Alcoholic Beverages”
B) University Policy #103 “Tailgating”
C) Policy #82 – “Facilities Use”
- RV PARKING LOT PROCEDURES
A) CAMP LOT # 4B will be used as the RV parking lot for all special events. Parking
in any other lot will require permission from the Director of Parking and Transportation.
Violators will be asked to leave campus immediately
B) Vehicles must pre-register and display their RV Parking Pass at ALL times. ALL vehicles must be registered with athletics by Tuesday before the event. The fee
for the weekend permit is $125 regardless of the number of nights. The fees collected
will offset the cost incurred from the third party security firm.
C) RV parking:
- a. Check in: Friday from 6:00 – 10:00pm; Saturday 8:00 – 10:00am for 3:30 pm Kick-offs
and 8:00 – 12:00pm for 6:00pm kick-off
- b. Checkout: Must be cleared by 5:00pm on Sunday
D) Vehicles will be assigned to a specific numbered space, not to exceed 40’ in
length. One vehicleper space. No othertents, tables, or outside games shall impede other spaces or emergency vehicle lanes. No other vehicles will be permitted in this area. If your RV is a travel trailer you must stay attached to the vehicle and fit inside
the 40’ space or purchase multiple permits.
E) There is NO water or electricity provided with this Parking Permit.
F) There is NO dumping of sewage or gray water permitted.
G) No golf carts, gators, or buggies are permitted.
H) There will be 12 spaces provided for each event…”First Come, First Serve”
I) Registering each vehicle:
- Athletics office will be responsible for registering and managing RV Parking Permits
and CAMP LOT # 4B.
- A 3rd party security company will handle check in and staffed during the Saturday football
J) No Vehicles other than RV’s will be allowed to park in the lot (Lot#4B)
K) Quiet hours are from 11:00pm – 7:00am
- ACQUIRING A RV PARKING PERMIT
RV Parking Permits will be obtain in the following manner:
A) Payment is $125.00 per game or $400.00 for the season and will be purchased
B) Must notify/reserve your space by Tuesday prior to each home football game
- When registering you must provide: Vehicle information (i.e. length and width)
JOIN US FOR A VIBRANT FESTIVAL DAY NESTLED IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA. SEPTEMBER 24TH 2016.
The 42nd annual Mountain Heritage Day will be a combination old-fashioned mountain
fair and showcase for Southern Appalachian music, arts, dance and song, with the atmosphere
of a big family reunion. Visitors to will find three stages of traditional old-time,
gospel, and bluegrass music and dance, with plenty of fiddles, banjos, and clogging.
Festival-goers are invited to join in workshops at the Circle Tent and participate
in shape-note singing, one of the mountains’ sacred traditions. Admission and parking are free so bring your family and experience all that our rich heritage has to offer.
More information on Mountain Heritage Day
Mountain Heritage Day Bus Route