Game Day Information
Transportation, Parking, The Grove and Such
Especially for first time visitors, navigation of the game day experience can be daunting! Here's hoping the information provided here will make your day a bit smoother.
OLEMISSSPORTS.COM Game Day Central
New information is posted for each game day.http://www.olemisssports.com/gameday/Lots of Oxford Information
you will find detailed information from the Oxford Visitors Center, including downloadable pdf maps, as well suggestions of places to eat and things to do.The Grove
One thing any visitor to a Rebels game MUST experience at least once is The Grove on game day. Here's a link to Grove information: http://www.olemisssports.com/trads/the-grove.htmlParking
Due to very limited campus parking on game days, this is usually the biggest concern for out-of-towners. There are still many options for you. One of the best is to drive around between the Square and Campus where you will find churches and some businesses opening their lots to park for a fee (usually between $10 and $25). Beware, though! If you try to slip in early (night before or early morning hours) your car will probably be towed.
This year, Oxford Intermediate School Renaissance (which helps recognize student and educator achievements at OIS) is hosting a fundraiser parking lot located at 501 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. Three blocks to the Square, less than a mile to the Stadium. Parking is $20/car.
There are also parking lots in town where you can park and catch a shuttle to Campus. These are normally detailed on the Game Day Central page. Usually it is free to park, but it costs per person to ride the shuttle. I always suggest that someone drop everyone off on Campus or at the Square, then only one person park and ride the shuttle if you'd like to save a few dollars.Game Day Parking Link(if you don't have a parking pass):http://olemissfb.com/parking/parking-without-a-pass/