South Main 524 (RV & Car Parking)

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RV Parking Available!

Just a short walk to Michigan Stadium and all the bars and restaurants in downtown Ann Arbor, South Main 524 is a very nice place to park and enjoy pre-game tailgating festivities. weekend.  

 

RV Parking: With a Park N Party Michigan football RV Reservation at South Main 524, you can arrive Saturday mornng and depart by noon on Sunday.  You're welcome to tailgate within your RV space (maximum 15' wide).  Electric and water are not available. 

 

IMPORTANT: Maximum RV length of 30' or 35' will be strictly enforced.  RV & all equipment must remain within allotted footprint.  Proper spacing between RVs required.  Maximum 10 guests per RV spots. External generators and gasoline canisters are not permitted.  You must have a working CO detector. 

 

EZ-out parking not guaranteed.  RVs MUST adhere to all City of Ann Arbor ordinances (e.g., noise, emmissions, and safety).  An attendant will direct you to your spot, do not park without attendant assistance. 


RV Arrival:  Saturday.  Lot Opens at 8:00 a.m.
                               No Early Arrivals

 

RV Departure:  By Noon on Sunday.  

 

Tents:  Tents are not permitted behind vehicles.  You must have Premium Tailgate space to setup a tent.  Contact Park N Party for more information.

 

Over-sized Vehicles ("OSV"):  South Main 524 permits certain types of OSV.  They include, cars, SUVs, and Trucks under 19' long and 84" wide (includes mirrors and runningboards).  

 

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

 

Special Information:

  • Maximum RV length of 30' or 35'.  Strictly enfoced.
  • External Generators NOT Permitted.
  • All RVs must have functioning CO detectors. 
  • Groups of 10+ must reserve Premium Tailgate space.
  • Gas Grills Only.  Charcol Grills & Friers are prohibited.
  • Electric & water are not available.
  • No Port-a-Pottie on site
  • No pets.  No re-enetry.

 

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