•For a stress free 2017 CSU game day experience - leave early! As students, fans and alumni all figure out parking, tailgating, ticket pick-up and traffic patterns, there is sure to be lots of confusion. Give yourself lots of time to get to the stadium.
•Live in Fort Collins and bike or walk. Being one of the most bike friendly cities in the country, this is an easy way to get to the stadium on game days from virtually any neighborhood. There is a great map showing the best bike routes created by the City or Ft Collins and the university (click here). A bike valet will be located on the north side of the stadium.
•Transfort & The MAX. Running the length of the city, the MAX can pick you up at any number of locations to the south and north of campus and drop you just a few blocks from the action(see Google map). Don’t forget the bus system, which will be running on game days. For complete information on Transfort gameday info go to ridetransfort.com/gameday. Transfort is running 16 buses along the MAX line (usually, it runs six), meaning there should only be about three minutes between buses at MAX stops.
What not to do:
Park in a neighborhood near the stadium and get your car towed. The city will be aggressively towing cars on game day - DO NOT PARK IN NEIGHBORHOODS NEAR CAMPUS where the city has implemented a Residential Parking Permit Program (click to see map) These neighborhoods primarily to the west, south and east of stadium. Here is a link to the city’s website.
Game day information link for CSU vs. Oregon St, August 26th - the first game.
Parking lots and transit service for the games begins at 8:30am on game day. There will be Rambassadors located all over campus to help you find your way and answer questions. We'll be located on Centre Avenue between our RE/MAX office and the stadium - see you Saturday.
Have fun and be safe!