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This weekend will be the first time I've been to Neyland in a while without a parking pass. I'm taking my 4 year old son so I don't want to walk any farther than I have to. Any tips on a decent location?
The only place that is relatively close is the Strip. Behind Walgreens/Beat the Bookstore is usually a good spot, runs about $40 a spot.
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I think I paid 25 last time I had to pay and it was the road behind the strip. If you go through the Cumberland/17th street intersection its the next road on the right.
do they still let you park on the ag campus and take the bus?
Park at the Children's Hospital- NOT!
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I've been going to UT games since I graduated almost 35 years ago, and I never once have had a parking pass. I never wanted one.
Nor have I ever paid more than, I think, $10 to park.
I love going early, and I love parking in Fort Sanders, where I used to live. I have parked for free probably more than 100 times on the street. Never have I had a problem. We used to park and tailgate for years for free at Fort Sanders Elementary before the cops seized the property for whatever cops do.
I've always been amazed about the angst over parking. It's easy as long as you aren't lazy and you are willing to get there early. Walking is good for you. And if you stay on the city side of 17th Street, you can escape postgame so much quicker.
This is 100% truth. Especially the part about escaping post game quicker...
Yes my Dad and I are parking in their first come first served handicap parking at the AG campus. Shuttles starts running at 1pm to the stadium
Trying to park at Ruth Chris today. If not I'll try this advice on 17th street. If I understand it correctly I'm to stay on the west side of it right?
Here is some info on places to park and get shuttled to the stadium. Think this is what I do since its alot less walking.
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When you get off the freeway, go left off 17th (towards 16th St.. on Forest or the other cross streets) Anything on that side, you can flow more freely back into 17th and out after the game.
On the 18th Street side, they always either turn off the lights or shortcycle them and it takes eons to get out. Plus you have to make a left turn back onto 17th to get out, which is nearly impossible in bumper to bumper traffic.
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