Men's Basketball and Men's Hockey Parking

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Parking

Men’s Basketball

Season Parking Lots require a pre-purchased parking pass and will not be available for single game sales.  Parking will call is located at the Oak Street Entrance of Williams Arena and will be open 1 ½ hours prior to the start of the game. 

Season Parking lots include:

Maroon Lot

C 58

University Avenue Ramp

 

Single game parking is available in several other lots around the facilities including 4th Street Ramp, Oak Street Ramp, Washington Ave Ramp, Lot 33 and Lot 37.  Event parking will typically cost $10.00.  To view a map of the surrounding parking areas, where meter parking is available or to download a parking map, visit: http://www1.umn.edu/pts/maps.htm.

 

Men’s Hockey

Season Parking Lots require a pre-purchased parking pass and will not be available for single game sales.  Season Passes are still available to purchase by calling 612-624-8080 (Lot C 58 is sold out).  Parking will call is located at the Oak Street Entrance of Mariucci Arena and will open 2 hours prior to the start of the game.

Season Parking lots include:

Maroon Lot

Lot 33

C 58

C 56 (Accessible Only)

 

Single game parking is available in several other lots around the facilities including 4th Street Ramp and Lot 37.  Event parking will typically cost $10.00.  To view a map of the surrounding parking areas, where meter parking is available or to download a parking map, visit: http://www1.umn.edu/pts/maps.htm.

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