On-Campus RV parking spaces are sold to TIDE PRIDE members who qualify via the donor points system.  To inquire about your eligibility, call TIDE PRIDE at 205.348.2262.

For non-TIDE PRDE members, please see the Northington Lot option or our off-campus RV parking page!

All on-campus RV parking passes are non-transferable, but for more information on how to purchase a pass, please contact our office by calling (205) 262-2811.

An RV pass is required to enter all RV lots located on the University of Alabama campus. RV’s are only allowed to park in designated RV lots on the University of Alabama campus.

NE Commuter RV Lot Map

Lower Rec RV Lot Map

Arrival Time

The entry time for all on-campus RV lots is 6:00 p.m. on Friday before a home game.

Click here to see the rules and regulations for UA On-Campus RV Lots


The Northington Lot spots are available for purchase. Click here to purchase your pass.

Click Here to see the Northington Lot layout

Entry time for Northington Lot is Thursday at 8:00am.

Everyone is required to have an exhaust stack that extends above the RV, if you plan to run a generator. Those individuals without proper stacks will be required to turn off their generator.

To access this area as you are heading west on Hwy 82 W (McFarland Blvd), turn right just before the Fire College Training Center and the old Bruno's Supermarket, directly across from Chick-fil-A.

Please observe the open and close times for the Northington RV lot. RVs or vehicles left after lot closing time will be towed at the owner’s expense ($250-$300).


In addition to the Northington Lot, which is maintained by the University of Alabama, we have compiled a listing of other lots in the Tuscaloosa area that have RV parking available for fans.  

Click Here to view several off campus RV lots

UA Pet Policy

Pets are permitted at the University of Alabama RV Lots. Pets must be crated, caged or upon a leash not longer than 6 feet or otherwise under physical restrictive control at all times. Pet owners are required to pick up after their pets and properly dispose of their droppings. Pets should not be left unattended.