Game day parking exhausted for Saturday’s Homecoming football game

Jeff Nelson
October 12, 2018

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Game day parking has been exhausted for Saturday’s Homecoming football game against Michigan State. Fans attending the game who do not have a parking permit will not be able to purchase a permit for the Beaver Stadium parking lots the rest of the week, including on Saturday.

Fans who don’t have a prepaid or advance parking permit for the Michigan State game are encouraged to carpool or consider other options to get to Beaver Stadium, including:

CATA Game Day Shuttle – two routes to Beaver Stadium.

— On campus in the Eisenhower, HUB or Nittany decks and walking or taking the CATA Blue or White Loop (parking fee at all campus decks).

— Lot Red A, located west of North Atherton Street by the Westgate Building and walking or taking CATA Blue Loop (parking fee at Lot Red A).

— Several downtown parking garages have hourly rates, including the Beaver Avenue, Fraser Street, McAllister Street and Pugh Street Garages, on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans can walk from the garages, take the CATA Game Day Shuttle, or CATA Blue or White Loop to Beaver Stadium.

— Uber (drop off and pick up locations near stadium).

Grange Park (car and RV park and ride shuttle provided by Cole Transportation; fee for parking and shuttle on Friday/Saturday.

All parking permits for the Michigan State game that were purchased via 1-800-NITTANY earlier this week were fulfilled and shipped via express mail.

The No. 8 Penn State football team hosts Michigan State in the Nittany Lions' 99th Homecoming contest and Penn State Stripe Out. Kickoff for the BTN national telecast is set for 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 in Beaver Stadium.

Fans should check their tickets or visit PennStateStripeOut.com before leaving home to see whether fans in their section are wearing blue or white for the Varsity "S" Day contest.

Last Updated October 12, 2018