Changes in Parking and Tailgating

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By Angelica Buitron
News Reporter

Texas State's Bobcat Stadium. Photo by Mark Alvarez.
Texas State’s Bobcat Stadium. Photo by Mark Alvarez.

Texas State football kicked off their first home game this past Saturday against Prairie View A&M, revealing changes when it comes to parking and tailgating.

Vehicles parked in the Mill Street Lot, Coliseum Lot, Stadium East and Stadium West lots must relocate their vehicles on Friday by 6:00 p.m. but may park in non-reserved locations on campus.


Game day parking passes may be purchased online at

If you hurry, free parking is available in Matthews Garage and Woods Street Garage.

Game day parking passes are non-transferable between vehicles and only valid for the selected date and locations of LBJ Student Center Garage, Edward Gary Garage or Mill Street. Fans can also park their vehicles at the Coliseum, starting at 8:00 a.m. on game days for $10.

Football Game Day Parking Map:


Fans can purchase as many spaces as they need for their tailgate setup. The cost for vehicles is $10 per parking space on a first come, first serve basis and will not be reserved. RV’s is a flat rate of $35 for three spaces.

To ensure a fun, safe, and responsible time to enhance your tailgate experience, here are a couple of tips advised by Interim Director of Transportation Services, Nancy Nusbaum.

  •      Please drink responsibly.
  •      Pick up all trash around your tailgate.
  •      Recycle whenever possible
  •      Dispose of ashes and hot coals properly
  •      Stay hydrated!
  •      Respect others by not disrupting other tailgates with loud or vulgar audio.
  •      Follow all guidelines set by the tailgating committee and Texas State University.

More information about tailgating and rules can be found at


Game day shuttle service will be provided for home football games starting three hours before kick-off until one hour after the game.  Football shuttles will pick up at the LBJ Student Center, San Jacinto Hall (across from Wood Street garage), and at the Edward Gary Parking Garage and drop off on Charles Austin Drive at the Baseball Stadium.  All buses are wheelchair accessible.

Eat’em up, Cats!

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