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UNI Tailgating - South of McCloed vs North Dome

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  • UNI Tailgating - South of McCloed vs North Dome

    Which lot area tends to be busier, has more tailgaters?

  • #2
    I think south. The north lots are designated for visiting fans. (i.e. Those people from up North)


    • #3
      Never been in either, but I thought someone said once that North was more students. South should be "adults."
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      • #4
        We've always set up on the South Side (lot 6 on the map... dike lot as i call if from my days as a student) but i've always been curious how much activity there is on the other side. I know the RV lot is on that end and on colder weather games we have a travel trailer we bring to have a little shelter.


        • #5
          North side is more students. Keep in mind the McLeod parking lot will now have the fan zone, as well - with food trucks, entertainment, etc. So - that is obviously closer to the south side and will increase the overall vibe on that end.
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