Where to Park for West Point football game?
H Lot is available for transportation to the parade ground and to Gate 1 and Gate 5 of Michie Stadium (1 Stony Lonesome Road, West Point, NY). Vehicles, other than RV’s cannot be larger than 8’4″x20′. RV’s are parked at North Dock.
Where do you park at Michie Stadium?
Michie Stadium Parking Options
- Gold Pass: Enter Washington Gate at 917 Washington Road.
- Green Pass: Thayer Gate at 674 Thayer Road.
- Red Pass: Stony Lonesome Gate at 1 Stony Lonesome Road.
- Blue Pass: Enter Washington Gate.
Can you tailgate at Army football games?
Tailgating. Class of 1995 post-game tailgate. Army Football regulars always tailgate. In fact, in the years before the team’s resurgence, the tailgate was typically the highlight of the experience.
How do you get into West Point football?
Getting into the Military Academy is tough. You must be between the ages of 17 and 22 when you are admitted, meet strict academic requirements, have a high ACT or SAT score, pass a physical fitness test and have a recommendation from a member of Congress to be admitted to the academy.
Is there tailgating at West Point?
Army West Point encourages its fans to come early and enjoy the great tradition of tailgating. We also encourage all guests to tailgate in a responsible manner that is respectful of our campus and of all fans in attendance. Tailgating is permitted in all public parking areas.
Does Michie Stadium serve beer?
It is an NCAA facility located on an active US Army Installation, so no alcohol sales within the stadium.
Do you have to be vaccinated to go to a West Point football game?
As an enduring risk mitigation measure for COVID-19 and to reduce transmission on West Point, it is strongly recommended that all guests and visitors of West Point be fully vaccinated in order to best protect the community and mission of the United States Military Academy.
Where is Army football located?
West Point, New York
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|Location||West Point, New York|
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Do you have to be vaccinated to attend West Point?
The U.S. Military Academy’s Coronavirus Guidance Those planning to visit West Point in the Spring or Summer of 2022 should be prepared to show proof of vaccination or negative test within 72-hours of their visit.
Can you tailgate at West Point?
Can I visit my boyfriend at West Point?
Unlike other installations, we are in a unique position where we are able to welcome non-DoD visitors and guests. However, we still must maintain certain security measures to keep our Cadets, Soldiers, Staff, Faculty and Families safe in our Army home.
Do you have to wear a mask at West Point?
USAG West Point and the U.S. Military Academy do not require cloth face coverings indoors for personnel in accordance with Department of Defense and Center, CDC, and presidential directives.
What makes game day at Michie Stadium at West Point special?
Game day at Michie Stadium is a special time for Black Knight fans, and West Point is a town that really springs to life in a very big way whenever Army is gearing up for a big college football bout.
Where do I Park for Army RVs and buses?
Buses must park at the ski slope, and shuttle buses are available to transport fans on post. For RV or Bus parking, call the ticket office at 1-877-TIX-ARMY. Day of game parking is available for $25.
What time do parking lots open at a football game?
Parking lots open six hours prior to kickoff. Parking spaces are limited and tailgating must be confined to a small area around your vehicle. Traffic lanes and adjacent parking spaces cannot be blocked at any time. Spectators wishing to park together must enter the lots at the same time, displaying matching passes.
What are the security measures at West Point?
Enhanced security measures remain in effect at West Point and at stadium access points for all home football games. ALL fans 17 and older must present a valid U.S. issued ID (license or passport) to enter West Point. For more information, Click HERE. We strongly encourage all fans to arrive as early as possible to avoid delays.