University of Wisconsin

PARKING

CAMPUS DAY OF GAME PARKING
DISABLED PARKING
OFF-CAMPUS PARKING
SHUTTLE INFO

 

 

DAY OF GAME CAMPUS PARKING:
UW Game Day Parking Map

Lot 60
800 Walnut Street
Madison, WI 53705
Automobiles $5; RVs/Bus $50
Lot opens at 7am. Parking overnight on Saturday and parking on Sunday is free. This is the only lot on campus that allows parking for buses and RVs. Located on the western side of campus, the lot is about 1.5 miles from Camp Randall. The Bucky Bus Shuttle runs continuously between Lot 60 and Camp Randall: $5 round-trip, $3 one-way.

Lot 7
Grainger Hall
975 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706

Automobiles only, $15
Lot opens at 7am. Parking overnight is free until 7am the next day.
Parking at Grainger Hall means parking close to many popular bars and tailgating spots. Close to State Street, visitors have many options when choosing their pregaming festivities at this location. And if the 10-block walk seems too treacherous, fans have the option to take the Bucky Bus Shuttle: $5 round-tip, $3 one-way.

Lot 36
Russell Labs
1645 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Automobiles only, $15
Lot opens at 7am. Parking overnight on Saturday and parking on Sunday is free. Located in UW-Madison’s lakeshore area, this lot is closer to Camp Randall than its counterparts. Many fields surround the lot, which allow for better tailgating options. NO MOTORCYCLES.

Lot 43
Animal Seeds Lab
1935 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706

Automobiles only, $15
Free overnight until 7am the next day. This ramp may be smaller but it’s closer to the shoreline than most of the lakeshore parking lots nearby. And as outdoor grills become more abundant in this area, tailgating becomes more convenient.

Lot 76
Nielsen Tennis Stadium
1000 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705

Automobiles only, $5
Lot opens at 7am. Parking overnight on Saturday and parking on Sunday is free. Farther from the stadium, this parking lot is closer to UW-Madison’s lakeshore district. With recreational fields surrounding the lot, roadside tailgating and picnics are a popular option. Fans have the option to take the Bucky Bus Shuttle: $5 round-tip, $3 one-way.

Lot 34
Tripp Hall
1480 Tripp Circle
Madison, WI 53706

$10 automobiles only
Lot opens at 7am. Parking overnight on Saturday and parking on Sunday is free. Located north of Camp Randall Stadium, the Tripp Hall Lot is an alcohol free zone that rests between many of UW-Madison’s lakeshore dormitories. There are many areas to tailgate or just enjoy a walk to the stadium.

Lot 46
Southeast Campus Ramp
301 N. Lake Street
Madison, WI 53703
Automobiles only, $15
Just across the street from Madison’s famous Nitty Gritty Bar & Grill, this ramp is close to many popular pregame bar spots in downtown Madison. While it is a bit farther away, the walk is worth the spirits in this upbeat area. And don’t forget, you can always take the Bucky Bus Shuttle: $5 round-trip, $3 one-way.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Lot 59
Walnut Street Greenhouse
2125 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Automobiles only, $15
Lot opens at 7am. Saturday overnight parking and parking all day on Sunday is free.
Farther from the stadium, this parking lot is closer to UW-Madison’s lakeshore district. With recreational fields surrounding the lot, roadside tailgating and picnics are a popular option. NO MOTORCYCLES.

Lot 62
525 Easterday Lane
Madison, WI 53706
North of Vet School
Automobiles only, $15
Lot opens at 7am. Saturday overnight parking and parking all day on Sunday is free.
Farther from the stadium, this parking lot is closer to UW-Madison’s lakeshore district. With recreational fields surrounding the lot, roadside tailgating and picnics are a popular option. NO MOTORCYCLES.

Lot 29
Park Street Ramp
21 North Park Street
Madison, WI 53715
Automobiles only, $15
Located across from the Kohl Center, this ramp is a 15-20 minute walk to Camp Randall down Regent Street, where you can take in the craziest of tailgating parties along your way.

Lot 64
606 Walnut Street
Madison, WI 53706
No Parking or Tailgating: If your vehicle is towed during a game day, it will be relocated to this lot.

 

 

DISABLED PARKING:
UW Game Day Parking Map

Lot 17E
Directly northeast of Camp Randall
Automobiles only, $20
Located at Camp Randall, special needs parking permits begin selling on Mondays of game weeks. Passes are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Call the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office at (608) 262-1440 or 1-800-462-2343 Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm to purchase a permit.


 

OFF-CAMPUS PARKING:

State Street Ramps
400 North Frances Street & 400 North Lake Street
Madison, WI 53715

Automobiles, $1.25/hr with a $4 Pay-on-Entry. Overnight parking, $5
These ramps are perfect for fans looking to grab a drink or tailgate on or around State Street—a great area for pregaming and tailgating. Just take a ten-minute walk down to the University or hop on the shuttle and you’ll arrive to Camp Randall just before kick-off! The Bucky Bus will make stops at these lots every ten minutes, starting two hours before kick-off.
Open 24 hours.

Unofficial Parking
Feel free to try your luck with many of the surrounding apartment parking lots or house driveways. Entrepreneurs of this nature usually sell these convenient spaces for close to $20-30, but securing a space is unpredictable and less likely the closer you arrive to kick-off. Best streets to try are south and west of the stadium including, Orchard Street, Lathrop Street, South Randall Ave. and Bowen Court.

 

 

BUCKY BUS SHUTTLE:
Round Trip $5; One-Way After the Game $3
The shuttle runs every ten minutes, two hours before kick-off. Ten buses will be stationed near downtown Madison and will drop off at the Camp Randall Archway, while other buses will provide service to lots 60 and 76. After the game, pick up for these lots will be on University Ave. near Breese Terrace. Those looking to travel downtown can find a shuttle on Monroe Street outside of gate 1. For a map and a complete list of stops, please visit the website.