Tailgate at the Park for hassle-free game days

Premium parking and space to tailgate with family and friends is available to game-going Auburn Tiger fans again this football season through the College of Agriculture’s 2014 Tailgate at the Park.

The number of All single-car, parking-only spaces went quickly this year, but tailgate, RV and large-group packages remain available for reservation.

The basic tailgate package includes one reserved parking spot and tailgate space, but two additional parking spaces can be added to the package, as can a 10- by 10-foot tent, a table and six chairs that will be set up for tailgaters in advance. An RV package allows for one RV, along with tailgate space. Reservations for both packages are for all home games of the 2014 football season.

Large groups can also reserve packages that include multiple parking spaces and the rental of an Ag Heritage Park facility, such as the Red Barn or the Herdsman’s House. Large-group packages must be reserved on a per-game basis.

Net proceeds from the reservation fees go toward a building project that is underway at the park as well as park maintenance and operation.

More details about and reservation forms for Tailgate at the Park are available online at ag.auburn.edu/tailgate. For any other information, email tap@auburn.edu or call 334-740-2766,

Ag Heritage Park is a joint venture of the Auburn University College of Agriculture and the Auburn Ag Alumni Association. Situated on 30-plus acres at the southwest corner of Samford Avenue and Donahue Drive, the park provides an ideal location for parking and tailgating, in part because it is just steps from Tiger Walk and only a block from Jordan-Hare.


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<p><a href="https://agriculture.auburn.edu/author/mcb0005auburn-edu/" target="_self">Mary Catherine Gaston</a></p>

Mary Catherine Gaston

Mary Catherine Gaston is a freelance writer who specializes in agricultural and rural topics. She finds time to write in the midst of homeschooling two children and helping her husband Wes on their row crop and cattle farm near Plains, Georgia. MC holds degrees from Auburn University and Virginia Tech.

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