Friday, February 5, 2010

Important Notes For Tomorrow

MADISON, Wis. -- In preparation for the Culver’s Camp Randall Hockey Classic on Saturday, the University of Wisconsin Department of Athletics would like to remind Badger fans about a few policies and services open to them to help things run smoothly on gameday.


The following items are PERMITTED in Camp Randall Stadium for Wisconsin athletic events: purses (not more than 12 inches wide), camera cases, binocular cases, fanny packs, blankets, jackets, items related to a medical condition, chairbacks (not more than 16 inches wide) and diaper bags or items related to the care of an infant.

For the safety and security of all patrons, the following items are PROHIBITED, including, but not limited to: any food or beverage items, cans, bottles, coolers, thermoses, backpacks (including draw string bags), large bags (gym, duffel and tote), luggage, strollers, laser pointers, banners, flags, signs, noisemakers, weapons, balloons, beach balls or umbrellas.

All patrons entering UW athletic facilities are subject to search. Storage facilities are not available for checking prohibited items.


Fans that have not purchased parking passes in advance can purchase permits the day of the game in the following campus lots:

lot 36 (ramp)
lot 44 (surface)
lot 29 (ramp)
lot 7 (ramp)
lot 43 (surface)
lot 62 (surface)
lot 34 (surface)
lot 60 (surface – autos & buses – shuttle service begins at 1 p.m. for $5 roundtrip)

UW Campus Parking Map

Permits will still cost $15 except for lot 60 which is $5 (auto), $17 (bus).

Fans can also get to Camp Randall via shuttle busses that will be running from the Alliant Energy Center and downtown ramps starting at 1 p.m. Busses will run for approximately 1 hour after the completion of the men's hockey game.

Prices for the shuttle bus are as follows:

Alliant Energy Center
$5.50 to park cars
$16.50 to park a bus
$5 to ride shuttle round trip
$3 to ride shuttle one way

Downtown Ramps
Normal rates apply to park cars
$5 to ride shuttle round trip
$3 to ride shuttle one way

Disabled parking permits are sold out.


Fans at the games will be able to enter the McClain Center during the Coca-Cola Fan Experience from 1 p.m. until the start of the third period of the men’s game. Beginning at 5 p.m., the UW Fieldhouse will become a warming area to all game ticket holders, again closing at the start of the third period of the men’s game. Prior to 5 p.m., only those fans with tickets to the official "Badger Warm-Up" will have access to the UW Field House.