For 2018–19, the Athletic Department will continue to review and allocate season parking requests based on lot availability, annual giving level and priority points within each giving level via Ballena Technologies’ online selection software, called Badger Select. The Badger Select process allows for the Athletic Department to annually evaluate parking inventory while accommodating donors with a unique appointment time to choose parking based on their individual needs.
Specific parking information by sport can be found below.
Patrons wishing to participate in Badger Select and order season parking must be a current football season ticket holder and active donor to Wisconsin Athletics (minimum $50 contribution). To be considered an active donor, patrons must submit their annual contribution by April 20th.
Football season parking permits for all lots sold out in 2016. The same type of demand for season parking permits is expected for subsequent seasons.
More details regarding Badger Select, the online parking selection process which takes place in June, will be distributed by physical mail and email to all football season ticket holders/active donors in May.
To view a parking map for Wisconsin football games, click here
Recommended minimum annual contributions for the opportunity to order football season parking permits are as follows:
|Zone A ($20)||All–American Club ($5,000+): Lots 16, 17, 17 Roof, Credit Union, and Regent Apartments|
|Zone B ($20)||Director’s Club ($2,500+): Lots 13, 41, 54, 80, Church A, Church B, and Church C|
|Zone C ($20/$15)||Coach's Club ($1,000+): Lots 20, 27, 33, 39, 40, 45, 51, 55, 56, 92, 93, and Randall School|
|Zone D ($15)||Walk–On Club ($50+): Lots 7, 29, 36, 44, 62, and 87|
*All prices are per permit per game
Donors ordering multiple football parking permits must qualify for each permit based on their annual giving level (Example: Ordering two zone A football parking permits would require a minimum annual giving level of $10,000 ($5,000 per permit)). Ambassador’s Circle, Hall of Fame, MVP, Champion’s, and All–American Club level donors qualify for every parking lot available, from Zone A to Zone D. Director’s Club level donors qualify for only Zone B, Zone C, and Zone D parking lots. Coach’s Club level donors qualify for Zone C and Zone D parking lots. Captain’s, Red & White, and Walk–On Club level donors qualify for only Zone D parking lots. Additionally, season ticket holders/active donors will be limited to purchase up to three (3) season parking permits, per account, based on annual giving level qualification, donor requests, and lot availability.
Please note, parking lot availability fluctuates on an annual basis. Due to these factors, it is not possible to forecast the annual contribution level and priority points necessary to receive a season permit in a specific parking lot and/or zone. However, for reference to donors interested in securing football season parking permits, below is a summary of the minimum annual giving levels and priority points for each respective parking lot from donors that purchased a 2016 football season parking permit. This information is for reference only as 2017 results will be based on lot availability, donor requests, annual giving levels, and priority points.
Any patron interested in parking in an alcohol free family friendly lot is encouraged to order Lot 34 off of Observatory Drive and Babcock Drive next to the Porter Boathouse. Even though Lot 34 is a non–donation lot, it sold out to donors in 2016. This same type of demand is expected for subsequent seasons.
For our patrons with accessibility needs, the Athletic Department will sell a limited number of permits in Lot 17 on a first come, first served, single game basis. Permits will go on sale through the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office at 1.800.462.2343 or 608.262.1440 the Monday before each home game starting at 8:30am. Phone sales only. Should a holiday fall on the Monday preceding a home game, permit sales will take place on the first open day of business thereafter. Permits will cost $20. Limit of one per account. Permits will not be mailed. Instead, permits will be left with the CSC staff members at Lot 17 for pick up the day of the game. Patrons will need to show both their picture I.D. and their state issued handicapped placard in order to claim the permit. No permits will be released to anyone other than the account holder of record.
Other options for patrons with accessibility needs include the Lot 60 shuttle. Parking in Lot 60 will cost $5 per automobile and $6 per person to ride the shuttle round–trip (subject to availability). The Lot 60 shuttle will drop patrons off at the corner of Breese Terrace and University Avenue where they can ride in a golf cart operated by our Guest Services staff to the stadium entrance located closest to their seats.
There are also three drop–off points around Camp Randall Stadium for patrons to disembark from their own vehicles. These include: Monroe Street outside of Gate 1 on the southeast corner of Camp Randall Stadium, the corner of Regent Street and Breese Terrace and at the corner of Breese Terrace and University Avenue across from the First Congregational Church.
Wheelchair assistance is also available from our Guest Services staff. Prior to game–day please call (608) 263–7894. On game day call (608) 265–8676.
Single game parking is available for purchase from lots with availability on a first come, first served basis on the day of the game only. Patrons will pay the lot attendant as they enter the lot. These lots will be determined once the season begins. Traditionally, they have included Lot 34 ($10 – Alcohol free, Porter Boathouse area) and Lot 60 ($5 – near the UW Hospital on Walnut).
Badger Bus provides two shuttle routes to and from Camp Randall Stadium on game day. Shuttles are available for $5 per person round–trip or $3 one–way and run approximately every 15 minutes starting two hours prior to kick–off and up to one hour after the conclusion of the game. Purchase this discounted rate season pass during the first or second home game at your Bucky Shuttle Pick–Up Location. Cash/check payments only. Patrons may park in Lot 60 or Lot 76 (near the UW Hospital on Walnut St.) for an additional $5 fee. Shuttle bus pickup for Lot 60/76 patrons is located at the bus stop on University Bay Drive, between Lot 60 and Lot 76, and drops off at the corner of Breese Terrace and University Avenue. For Lot 64 bus/motorhome patrons, the shuttle bus pickup is located at the metro bus stop on Observatory across from Lot 64. Patrons may also park in any of the four Capitol Square parking ramps (State Street, Capitol Square North, Government East, & Capitol Square South / normal City of Madison parking ramp fees apply). The shuttle picks up at each ramp and drops off on Monroe Street, near the southeast corner of Camp Randall Stadium (Gate 1).
Parking for buses, motor homes, and other "over–sized" vehicles is prohibited in all lots except for Lot 64 ($50 – near the UW Hospital on Walnut St). Permits may be purchased in advance through the Athletic Ticket Office at (608) 262–1440. Overnight parking of all "over–sized" vehicles is prohibited on the UW Campus.