How to visit Florida State’s home basketball games in the state: How to find your seat, how to park and how to watch the game from home.
We’ve collected some of the best and most fun Florida State football, basketball, volleyball and men’s basketball games from 2017 to date, so you can have a blast while visiting the state with friends and family.
Here are the most important things to know before your visit to Tallahassee:1.
Parking is free on Saturday night, so park on the lot and get your ticket early.2.
Parking lots are available at most of the stadiums and most of campus, but not the practice fields.3.
There are plenty of parking spots at many venues, including the athletic complex, the student union, the school’s gymnasium, the athletic trainer and many more.4.
There is a small parking lot right outside the student housing area, just outside the main entrance.5.
Parking at most stadiums is $5 per vehicle.6.
If you park at a nearby lot, there is a free shuttle to and through the stadium from the football facility.7.
It’s not uncommon to park on a grassy area near the basketball court, or on the ground level, next to the stadium.8.
Parking and parking lot access is free in the school parking garage, the football complex, at most sporting events and at many other locations.9.
Parking on campus is free and is available all year round, although a free, off-campus parking garage is located at the Student Union.10.
There’s a limited amount of off-site parking for some sections of the campus, so be sure to check with your event manager before you park on campus.11.
All student parking is free, but a few of the lots have a $2 surcharge.12.
Parking in the football building is free.
Parking for all students in the Florida Athletics Complex is also free.13.
There aren’t many restrictions for people using bicycles or scooters, but be aware that some parking spaces are not wheelchair accessible.14.
There isn’t a parking garage for the basketball team.15.
The stadium parking lot is closed during most games.16.
There have been no reports of injuries during the game.17.
There may be parking lots near the stadium with limited parking availability.18.
Parking near the football stadium is free for all fans.19.
If the weather is too warm, you may need to wait until later in the day to park.20.
Some sections of campus are closed for football and volleyball, so it is best to arrive at least an hour before your scheduled game time.21.
Parking restrictions may apply at certain times of the day, and are posted on the stadium website.22.
The Florida State Athletic Complex is located on the south side of the stadium, and can be accessed via Interstate 75.23.
If it rains, fans are advised to be extra cautious because some sections are closed.24.
The campus parking lot and football and basketball practice fields are free for those attending the game, but some areas, such as the parking lot, may be a little restricted.25.
There was a fire in the stadium on March 2, 2018.
The fire was extinguished within 15 minutes of the first report.26.
There were several fires that occurred at the stadium during the 2017 season.27.
There has been a severe thunderstorm system in the area during the last week of February.