Welcome to Gameday at ole miss

Football Parking & Shuttles

  • Parking for the 2022 football season is sold out. All lots designated on the map below require an Ole Miss Athletics Foundation issued parking pass. Lots not designated for gameday parking are reserved for Ole Miss residential students. To read more about season parking eligibility, please click here.



    • Football gameday parking on the campus of Ole Miss requires a valid, gameday parking pass issued by the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation.
    • Please only park in the specific lot/area listed on your pass and display your pass at all times.
    • When available, gameday parking passes may be purchased on a game-by-game basis through the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation.
    • Gameday parking passes are assigned based on priority point ranking.
    • Fans are required to park in the assigned lot or stall on your parking pass.
    • All ADA signage and markings are honored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the Ole Miss campus. Please do not park in an ADA stall when parking for athletics events unless you have a state-issued ADA hangtag or license plate along with your gameday parking pass.
    • All vehicles must be legally parked in a stall. Parking on sidewalks, grass areas, fire lanes, or in any place that impeded lot and campus street parking flow is not permitted.
    • Parking passes are valid for standard size vehicles only.
    • Do not block available parking stalls or lot entrances (regardless of the presence of barricades) with tents, chairs, grills, tents or other tailgating items.
    • Vehicles found in violation of any of these parking regulations are subject to citation and/or tow at owner’s expense.
    • A ticket/parking pass may not be used for advertising, promotions, or other trade commercial purposes without the express written consent of Learfield/Ole Miss Athletics.
    • Fans should download the CLUTCH! parking app prior to arriving on gameday.
      • CLUTCH! allows fans to purchase passes for each game for the entire season.
      • CLUTCH! gives users the location, distance from stadium, and details on shuttles.
    • Fans without on campus parking should can also park at Northwest Community College (NWCC), the South Oxford Center (SOC) or Insight Park lots.
    • A complimentary shuttle is provided from the NWCC and SOC lots.
    • Parking at NWCC and the SOC is $20/non conference and $30/conference games.
    • Insight Park is on campus and does not include a shuttle option.
    • Parking at Insight Park is $25 for non-conference and $40 for conference games.
    • Gameday shuttle service begins at least five hours prior to kickoff and ends two hours following the conclusion of the game.
    • Fans are asked to be courteous to fans around them. Please refrain from smoking and abusive or profane language.
    • Alcohol, weapons and non-service animals are prohibited.
    • Fans are asked to please be respectful with coolers, strollers and other large items.
    Northwest Mississippi Community College (1310 Belk Blvd.) Northwest Mississippi Community College

    Parking at Northwest Community College is $20/non conference and $30/conference games. The shuttle is complimentary for all.

    South Oxford Campus (SOC) Lot (2301 S. Lamar Blvd.) South Oxford Campus

    Parking at South Oxford Center (SOC) is $20/non conference and $30/conference games. The shuttle is complimentary for all.

    The University of Mississippi will also operate a gameday shuttle service from the Jackson Avenue Center. There is no charge to park or ride the shuttle. Space is very limited. Service will begin at 6 AM on gamedays and end 2 hours after the game’s completion. Shuttles drop off at the Paris-Yates Chapel. Location for the Jackson Avenue Center free park and ride is shown in the map below.

    Jackson Avenue Center (1111 Jackson Ave) Jackson Avenue Center
  • RV season parking is SOLD OUT for the 2022 season.

    With your cooperation in adhering to the following tailgate guidelines and procedures, fans can enjoy this pregame activity and the excitement of Ole Miss Rebel Football. Take pride in being an Ole Miss Rebel fan and be respectful of other fans, use good judgment, and common sense. Hotty Toddy!


    The following policies and procedures concerning parking, tailgating, and fan conduct at the University of Mississippi are designed to help fans’ event planning and ensure a family-friendly, safe, and enjoyable experience for all!


    The following policy and guidelines have been formulated and will be in effect for public safety. These rules are intended to be general guidelines. The University of Mississippi reserves the right to modify these rules at any time for the safety and effective administration of the event.

    • The University of Mississippi is not responsible or liable for accidents, damage, loss, or theft of materials, items, or personal property left overnight.
    • Please be a good neighbor in recognizing and accepting the fact that you are in a parking lot that is converted for six to seven weekends per year into a temporary RV lot. Please expect some noise, BBQ smoke, and extra traffic. We ask that you be reasonable in your expectations and tolerant of your neighbors.
    • The disposal of grease, hot coals, or hazardous materials onto the grounds or into the storm drains is prohibited. Gray water and black water dumping on campus is strictly prohibited. Patrons are subject to losing RV parking privileges if they illegally dump into the university sewage line.
    • Anyone renting an RV space is responsible for the conduct of their guests. No parking accommodations are made for guests of the RV pass holders.
    • Children should be supervised at all times – please use extreme caution when driving into or leaving the parking lots.
    • The RV must be confined to one RV space according to the space designations in the lot. Tow vehicle space will be provided within the RV Lot. Amenities such as awnings, grills, and furniture must be utilized within allotted space.
    • Tent camping or camping in tow vehicles, pickup trucks, or vehicles not designated as RVs is prohibited.
    • Pets are not allowed to run at-large in the RV lots; they must be on a controlled leash. Animals shall not be left unattended or secured to university property. Pet owners are solely responsible for their pets and any damage or injuries that may occur. Ill-behaved pets or those deemed dangerous, intimidating, or destructive will be evicted and banned from university property.
    • The University of Mississippi shall not be held liable or responsible for any actions taken by the public or tailgaters while on state property or in regards to alcoholic beverage consumption. Individuals are responsible for compliance with all local and state laws governing alcohol consumption.
    • RV pass holders in both Lot E (South RV Lot) and Lot H (North RV Lot) will be able to access their regularly assigned stall after 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays prior to home games as soon as it becomes available.
    • Ole Miss Students retain rights to park in both RV lots until 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Students will not be asked to move to accommodate an RV prior to this time.
    • RVs arriving to Oxford prior to 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays have the option to stage their RV at the South Campus Student Recreation Center. This lot is accessible via Highway 6 to Chucky Mullins Drive and will be available for staging beginning at 12:00 p.m. on Thursdays. Space is limited in this lot and will be first-come, first-served. RVs are not allowed on campus prior to 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays.
    • The sale or transfer of your RV Permit to another party for use is strictly prohibited.
    • Any account found to be selling their RV Permit on a secondary website such as Facebook Marketplace, Stubhub, Ticketmaster, ect., will immediately forfeit their rights to a future season permit and have the remaining permits for the year voided with no refund.
    • If you wish to transfer your RV Permit to another individual for use on a weekend you cannot attend, please contact Anthony LoCascio (662-915-6537) with the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation for approval. All transfer requests will be reviewed and processed by and Athletics Foundation employee.
    • RV pass holders occupying stalls 23-46 in the South Lot are to be aware that Ole Miss Parking and Transportation shuttle busses will be using this area to access the South Lot bus stop until 7:00 p.m. Friday evening. Buses will access the lot every 5-7 minutes. It may be necessary to limit your full set-up until this point.
    • All sidewalks, drive lanes, and fire lanes must be kept clear of all equipment and vehicles. Cords, satellite dishes, etc., must be confined to each allotted RV space and cannot be stretched across drive lanes. Vehicles must be able to access parking spots via travel lanes. Also, for the safety of tailgaters, travel lanes must remain clear for emergency vehicles to pass.

    Commercial activity or solicitations are not allowed on The University of Mississippi campus or property. An RV parking permit does not grant the permit holder any right to display political signs, advertising, banners, signs, or commercially logoed vehicles or to distribute promotional items at the designated parking lot or elsewhere on university property. Fans may be asked to remove inappropriate banners or signs. Violations of these restrictions may result in revocation of the holder’s permit for future events. Any and all promotional activities, solicitation, or advertising displays must be approved and contracted with Ole Miss Athletics multimedia rights holder, IMG College, at least 72 hours prior to game day.


    Individuals may not arrange to bring portable restrooms onto campus. The University of Mississippi provides port-o-lets throughout campus for the convenience of fans. Please ensure that friends and family utilize the portable facilities provided and not the university grounds.


    Dispose of all trash in trash receptacles located in the RV lots. The disposal of grease, hot coals, or hazardous materials onto the grounds or into the storm drains is prohibited.

    Gray water and black water dumping on campus is strictly prohibited. Patrons are subject to losing RV parking privileges if they illegally dump into the university sewage line.


    It is the responsibility of each tailgate party to secure tailgate items. Tailgaters should lock food, beverages, and valuables out of sight; extinguish all fires or flames; unplug electrical outlets; secure barbecue pits, chairs, and ice chests; and store beverages in locked containers.


    Do NOT remove or move barricades, barrels, cones, signs, or any other traffic control devices.

    Please be courteous and respectful to all Parking & Transportation guards and event staff. They are here to help protect the space you have reserved and paid for.


    The University of Mississippi, Ole Miss Athletics, University of Mississippi Police Department, and Ole Miss Parking & Transportation Services reserve the right to refuse service or evict anyone at any time – inappropriate behavior will result in the permanent loss of all parking and tailgating privileges.

    *Please contact Anthony LoCascio (662-915-6537) with the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation with any questions, comments or concerns


    ADA patrons who do not have a season-long parking pass on campus may purchase a game pass by clicking here and selecting the SADA lot (South ADA Lot).

    ADA patrons not wishing to purchase an ADA pass on campus may park at any of our off-campus shuttle lots. Each lot includes ADA compliant shuttles for those who require accommodations such as lifts. Once on campus, a network of golf cart shuttles is available to take you near The Grove and Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. The network features stops at the northwest and northeast corners of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. For locations of on-campus golfcart shuttles please see the blue shuttle icons on the gameday campus map below.

    For locations on off-campus gameday shuttles Click Here. For more information about ADA/courtesy shuttles please call 662-915-7235.

    • Fans must have a valid Ole Miss gameday parking pass AND a state-issued ADA credential to park in ADA stalls during athletics events.
    • Fans must display a state-issued ADA parking credential any time you park in stalls marked with ADA signage on the Ole Miss Campus and off-campus shuttle lots.
    • Violators are subject to citation and tow.
    • All ADA signage and markings are honored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the Ole Miss campus and off-campus shuttle lots. Please do not park in an ADA stall when parking for athletics events unless you have a state-issued ADA hang tag or license plate along with your gameday parking pass.
    • For locations of on-campus gameday shuttles please see the blue shuttle icons on the gameday campus map below.
    • On-campus golfcart shuttle service begins at 7 AM
    • On-campus golfcart shuttle service ends 1 hour post game
    • On-campus golfcart shuttle stops at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium are found outside the northeast and northwest corners of the stadium. These stops will provide golfcart shuttles to/from the South Lot/Lot E and Tad Smith Coliseum.
    • In order to accommodate ADA fans waiting at ADA tents, on-campus golfcart shuttles are restricted from picking up patrons to/from ADA Tents.
    • On-campus golfcart shuttles are courtesy shuttles that will take those requiring assistance to assigned stops across campus.
    • On-campus golfcart shuttles will not transport coolers, tents and other tailgating equipment unless associated with an ADA guest.
    • On-campus ADA shuttles are intended to service fans on gameday who need assistance and their party. They are not intended to provide transportation for all fans. The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits the refusal of service to any patron seeking service. Therefore, fans are asked to be courteous to those requiring service and to not use the ADA shuttles unless needed.
  • University Police, Oxford Police Department, CTED, and Mississippi State Highway Patrol coordinate post game traffic after each game to ensure safety for your trip home. Beginning in the second half of each game, most campus streets become one way traffic in order to use all lanes of traffic to get people off campus and onto the larger city streets and state highways as quickly as possible. Once law enforcement has determined that campus has cleared safely, two-way traffic patterns will be restored. Please consult the map below for the post game traffic flow.