Everyone is excited to be back inside of Beaver Stadium, the Bryce Jordan Center, and Pegula Ice Arena for the upcoming sports seasons after not being in the stadiums during the 2020 season due to COVID19. And since it’s been a while since Penn State fans got a chance to attend games in person, it may be a good idea to check out the latest parking information provided by Penn State.
On Monday, Penn State announced parking information for all non-football events, which will require a valid permit or payment of the applicable parking fee for campus lots beginning Monday, Aug. 23.
Parking Changes Announced for Athletics’ Non-Football Events. #WeAre
Details: https://t.co/fgOgh7fRQb pic.twitter.com/pLdT4Syo5S
— Penn State Athletics (@GoPSUsports) August 16, 2021
Baseball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Track & Field, BJC Wrestling matches
General Parking locations: Jordan East, Stadium West, Porter North Prepaid ParkMobile Parking Rate: $5.50 per vehicle Season parking packages available for most sports Day-of-Event Parking Rate: $10 per vehicle Cash only for men’s basketball, women’s basketball and men’s hockey, and for all other athletics events in this area when they coincide with Bryce Jordan Center and Pegula Ice Arena events Higher rates may apply when athletics events coincide with non-athletics Bryce Jordan Center and Pegula Ice Arena events. Rates will vary and will be announced prior to each event $1 per hour parking also available at the East Deck for most events
Gymnastics, Volleyball, Wrestling
General Parking Locations: Nittany Deck, West Deck Prepaid ParkMobile Parking Rate: $5.50 per vehicle Season parking packages available for most sports Day-of-Event Parking Rate: $10 per vehicle (ParkMobile or pay station) $1 per hour parking also available at the East Deck for most events
Cross Country: $1 per hour parking at the West Deck
Fencing: $1 per hour parking at the HUB Deck
Swimming & Diving, Tennis: $1 per hour at the East Deck
These changes will have no impact on parking for the upcoming football season.
So before you make the trip to Happy Valley to support your favorite Penn State sports team, make sure you are aware of the parking details.
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