2021 LSU Baseball Parking Map - Alex Box Stadium

Pre-Game Traffic Flow

The following are the best traffic routes for motorists driving to Alex Box Stadium for LSU baseball games. LSU strongly encourages all fans to park in lots to the west of Nicholson Drive. LSU discourages parking to the east of Nicholson Drive which would require pedestrians to cross Nicholson Drive.

Waze
LSU has partnered with Waze to help fans find the best route to their parking lot. To navigate directly to your parking lot and get real-time updates, please use the Waze app from your mobile device.

Approaching From the North
If approaching the stadium from the north, use either River Road or Nicholson Drive. From these routes, parking will be available west of the stadium in lots on Gourrier Avenue.

Approaching From the East
If approaching the stadium from east, use either College Drive, Acadian/Stanford exit, Highland Road or Burbank Drive and Nicholson Drive. Parking will be available west of the stadium in lots on Gourrier Avenue.

Approaching From the South
If approaching the stadium from the south, use River Road, Nicholson Drive or Burbank Drive to access the parking lots west of the stadium on Gourrier Avenue.

Post-Game Traffic Flow

The following are the best traffic routes for motorists driving to Alex Box Stadium for LSU baseball games. LSU strongly encourages all fans to park in lots to the west of Nicholson Drive. LSU discourages parking to the east of Nicholson Drive which would require pedestrians to cross Nicholson Drive.

Champions Lot and Bullpen Lot
All vehicles in the lots above will be directed east to Nicholson Drive. For these lots, both lanes of traffic on Gourrier Avenue will be directed one-way to Nicholson Dr. Cars in the left lane on Gourrier Ave. will proceed straight onto Burbank Dr. Cars in the right lane will be required to turn right (south) onto Nicholson Dr. toward Brightside Lane/Lee Dr.

Hall of Fame Lot, Home Run Village Lot, and Hayfield Lot
All vehicles in the lots above will be directed west to River Road. For these lots, both lanes of traffic on Gourrier Ave. will be directed one-way to River Road. Cars in the left lane on Gourrier will be required to turn left (south) onto River Road toward Brightside Lane. Cars in the right lane will be required to turn right (north) onto River Road toward Skip Bertman Drive and downtown.

To report traffic problems, call LSU Police at 225-578-3231. Parking options are available at www.LSUsports.net/parking.

Parking Policies & Procedures (updated for 2021 limited-capacity protocols; subject to change)

For questions regarding LSU game day parking and tailgating policies please contact LSU Athletics Guest Services at (225) 578-4085.

Closed Lots
Due to reduced capacity at Alex Box Stadium, the following parking lots will not open to LSU Baseball fans: LA House, LSU Golf Course, Old Front Nine. Please view the 2021 Parking Map for details on available parking lots.

Drop-Off Zone
A drop-off zone is located on Gourrier Avenue in front of the stadium near Gate 2. Fans may be dropped at this location starting three hours prior to first pitch, but the driver may not leave the vehicle. The vehicle must depart immediately after the drop off. Picking up fans after the games will be very limited until traffic clears all parking lots. Pickups may be halted if police initiate contraflow.

Free Parking
Parking on a first-come, first-served basis is available in the Bullpen and Hayfield Lots.

Opening and Closing Times for Baseball Parking Lots
Reserved lots and Gameday parking lot open 3 hours prior to each game. (See Motor Home details below)

Reserved Parking (Season)
Season reserved parking is designated in the following lots surrounding Alex Box Stadium: Hall of Fame Lot and Champions Lot.

Handicap Accessible Parking (Single-Game)
Free first-come, first-serve handicap parking spots are available in the Hall of Fame Lot, Champions Lot and Bullpen lots. Vehicles displaying state-issued handicap license and/or hangtag will be allowed.

Motor Home Parking
Motor Home parking is available in Lot 412 off of River Road, entrance to the lot from Skip Bertman Dr. is also available. This area will be the only available space for Motor Home parking during weekday games. Reserved motor home parking is not available for LSU baseball games. All motor home parking is on a first come, first-served basis.

Motor Home Exhaust Extensions
All motor homes require exhaust extensions that reach the top of the motor home. For the safety of everyone, motor homes without an extension should not operate a generator.

Motor Home Lot Opening Time
Parking for motor homes is available after 5 p.m. on weekdays and on Fridays of home baseball games. Motor Homes parked in Lot 412 off of River Road will be allowed to enter the lot starting Thursday after 5 p.m. for a weekend series. Motor homes must vacate the LSU campus after weekday games and by 9 p.m. following Sunday games.

Motorized Vehicles (Go Carts, Etc.)
Golf carts, mopeds, scooters, ATVs, go carts, hover boards and other custom motorized vehicles are not permitted on the LSU campus unless authorized by LSU Athletics.

Prohibited Parking Areas
Automobiles and motor homes may park only in designated areas. No parking is permitted on roots of trees. Parking of vehicles on the neutral ground (median) on Nicholson Drive is not permitted. Vehicles that park on the shoulders of Nicholson Drive or Gourrier Avenue will be towed.

Saving Spaces
Saving parking spaces for other motorists is not permitted in any lot.

Shuttle for Parking Lots
Shuttle service will not be offered during the 2021 season.

Spaces For Vehicles Only
Paid parking spaces are for vehicles only. The purchase and use of a parking pass for other reasons, such as port-o-lets, trailers, tents, chairs, etc., is not permitted.

Tailgating & Tents
Traditional tailgating will not be permitted on campus until further notice.
 LSU Athletics encourages fans without tickets to enjoy the game from home in order to help minimize the number of people on campus. In order to comply with public health guidelines, tailgating and tailgate setups, including tents, trailers, outdoor cooking, generators and communal food and beverage areas will not be permitted on campus. Fans are permitted to gather near their vehicle with household members or a small group with whom they traveled. An updated list of prohibited items and 2020-21 tailgating policies can be found at LSUsports.net/gameplan.

Travel Lanes
Tailgating is not permitted in travel lanes on roads or parking lots. No tents or other items may be placed in travel lanes.

Fan Services & Policies at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field

Announcements
Public address announcements other than birthday announcements are restricted to emergency situations only and must be requested by contacting LSU Event Staff or a law Enforcement officer on site.

Artificial Noise Makers
Southeastern Conference rules do not permit artificial noise-makers to be brought into or used in the stadium. Anyone found violating this policy is subject to ejection.

Backpacks & Coolers (see Geaux Clear FAQ)
Backpacks, coolers and other containers are not allowed in Alex Box Stadium.

Banners & Poles
Banners may not be hung and poles may not be brought into Alex Box Stadium. Approved banners must be removed after each game. Use of banners and any temporary signage must be approved by LSU Event Management (225) 578-8428.

Beverage Policy
LSU encourages an atmosphere of safe consumption of alcohol for fans 21 years of age and older. Fans may purchase no more than two alcoholic beverages per person per transaction, and LSU reserves the right to refuse service to any fan who appears intoxicated. Anyone found violating this policy is subject to ejection. The sale of alcoholic beverages will end at the conclusion of the top of the 7th inning.

Birthday Announcements
Birthdays to be announced by the public address announcer may be submitted to the Fan Zone on the concourse level of the stadium behind home plate and must be submitted prior to the sixth inning.

Cameras
Cameras are permitted in Alex Box Stadium for both fans and working news media. All photos taken in Alex Box Stadium must be for editorial or personal use only and cannot be used for commercial or promotional purposes.

Customer Service
LSU Athletics Event Staff are available throughout the stadium to ensure all fans have a safe, enjoyable, and memorable experience.

Fan Zone: Marketing & Promotions
The Fan Zone is located behind home plate on the concourse level of the grandstands. Fans can pick-up posters and schedule cards and sign up to be a part of our birthday announcement. Game Programs with scorecards are also available for free. Prizes for game promotions can be picked up at the Fan Zone.

First Aid
For the safety of fans in Alex Box Stadium, a first-aid station is staffed on the concourse level of the stadium behind home plate. In addition, Emergency Medical Technicians are stationed at the breaks in the grandstand between the left and right field seating areas. If you need assistance or are with someone who does, contact the nearest law enforcement officer or event staff team member.

Outside Food & Drinks
Food and drinks may not be brought into Alex Box Stadium. Water fountains are located inside Alex Box Stadium.

Game Programs | Covers
Game programs are free and are available at the Guest Services room on the field level and the Fan Zone on the upper concourse level. Game programs provide information on LSU and its opponent, as well as interesting feature stories on the LSU Athletics program. If you are interested in advertising in LSU’s Gameday programs in any sport, contact LSU Sports Properties at (225) 578-8883.

Hall of Fame
Located on the ground level, third-base side of Alex Box Stadium, the Wally Pontiff Jr. Baseball Hall of Fame celebrates the glorious history of LSU Baseball and contains numerous artifacts, including the Tigers’ National Championship rings and trophies, vintage uniforms and Major League memorabilia. The facility is named in memory of Wally Pontiff Jr., a two-time all-SEC selection at LSU who died due to heart complications on July 24, 2002, at the age of 21. It is open to fans through the seventh inning during LSU home baseball games in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

Listen & Follow Online: LSUsports.net Live
The LSU Sports Radio Network broadcast of all LSU baseball games can be heard around the world for free in the LSU Sports Mobile Apps and at LSUsports.net/live. Live stats are also available free of charge for all games at LSUstats.com.

Lost and Found (225) 578-4085
Items found during the game and during post game clean-up will be turned over to LSU Event Management. Please check with an event staff team member for your item. Unclaimed items will be turned over to LSU Police every two weeks.

LSUsports.net & Mobile Apps
Download the LSUsports Mobile app and get all the latest in LSU Athletics in a simple, interactive interface on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android device. Listen to all LSU Sports Radio Network broadcasts and on-demand video highlights for free, and get the latest news, scores, schedules and rosters from all 21 teams.

Lucky Program Number Winners
Lucky Program Number prizes may be claimed at the Fan Zone on the concourse level of the stadium behind home plate.

Official Merchandise
The LSU SportShop is located in Alex Box Stadium on the concourse level behind home plate and on ground level across from the Hall of Fame. Fans can also order merchandise at www.LSUshop.net, the Official Online Store of LSU Athletics.

Re-Entry to Alex Box Stadium
Anyone leaving the stadium must have a new unused ticket to re-enter. Tickets may be scanned upon exit for re-entry (otherwise a new unused ticket is required)

Seat Upgrades
LSU Athletics’ GameDay Experience is an app that allows LSU fans the opportunity to purchase pregame and in-game seating upgrades at various LSU home games. The program delivers the opportunity through a mobile site easily accessed through your smartphone. Register your device at lsu.expapp.com.

Smoking
Smoking and the use of all tobacco products on the LSU Campus is prohibited. This prohibition applies to all individuals while on the LSU Campus, including faculty, staff, students, administrators, contractors, and visitors. Cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, snuff, pipes, and chewing tobacco are not permitted. Smoking is not permitted at or near any gates/entrances

Sportsmanship
The throwing of objects from the stands is strictly prohibited and is cause for immediate ejection. Also, fans may not go onto the playing field at anytime before, during or after games except upon approval by LSU.

Stadium Security
Visitors to Alex Box Stadium may be subject to search. With heightened security now a way of life, LSU will do everything possible to provide a secure environment for its fans. Please be cooperative with our security officials during your visit to Alex Box Stadium. They are there for your safety.

Stadium Seats/Cushions (Portable)
Oversized stadium seats wider than 16 inches will not be allowed. Stadium seat cushions may not have any zipper pockets or pouches and are subject to search.

Starting Times | Schedule
Generally, LSU weekday home games are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Central time and Friday night games are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday game times vary depending on television scheduling and required departure times for visiting teams. For the most up-to-date information, please click here.

Water Fountains
Water fountains are located at four locations throughout the stadium: one location down each of the right field and left field lines by the concession stands and two locations on the concourse by the restrooms on the first and third base sides.