South State 2051 (RV Parking)

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RV Parking Available!

Just a short walk to University of Michigan Stadium, South State 2051 is a convenient place to park your RV and enjoy a weekend of tailgating and fun before and after a University of Michigan football game. 

 

Located on South State Street directly across from the University of Michigan Golf Course, this location is a 10 to 15 minute walk from the Big House. 

 

RV Parking: With a Park N Party Michigan football RV Reservation at South State 2051, you can arrive Friday evening and depart by noon on Sunday.  You're welcome to tailgate within your RV space, approximately 18' wide. 

 

Electric and water are not available.  External generators, heaters, and fuels of any kind are NOT permitted.  All RVs must have functioning CO detectors.  RVs and Campers MUST adhere to all City of Ann Arbor ordinances (e.g., noise, fire, emmissions, and safety requirements). 

 

Maximum RV length is 30' to 40'.  Your reservation limit is strictly enforced.  Maximum guests per RV space is 10.

 

Important Parking Notes:  An attendant will direct you to your RV spot, do not park your RV without attendant assistance.


RV Arrival:   Friday.      6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
                      Saturday.  Lot Opens at 8:00 a.m.

                               No Early Arrivals

 

RV Departure:  By Noon on Sunday.  

 

Tents:  Tents must be located within the RVs parking footprint, may not extend into traffic lanes or interfere with other RV parking spaces.

 

NOTE:  Lot Opens at 8:00 a.m. for Noon games.  Closes two hours after game ends.

 

Special Information:

  • External Generators NOT Permitted.
  • All RVs must have functioning CO detectors. 
  • Maximum Guests Per RV Space is 10.
  • Gas Grills Only.  Charcol Grills & Friers are prohibited.
  • Electric & Water Not Available.
  • Must adhere to all local ordinances (noise, fire, safety, etc.)
  • No Port-a-Pottie on site
  • No pets.  No re-entry.

 

NOTE:  Reservations are neither refundable nor cancellable.  You are personally responsible for adhereing to all state and local ordinances.