Utah County residents are not strangers to the weekend parking and traffic battles of BYU home football games. Competing beings long before the game or pre-game does, as people try to find parking spots around the stadium. Parking can be a nightmare as thousands of families, students, and visitors fill the stands of Lavell Edwards Stadium. Below is a map of all the BYU parking lots with a color coordinated legend.
Student, Graduate and faculty parking lots on BYU campus are open on weekends and of course visitor parking. The above map is up to date and current, including construction for the orange areas. We recommend avoiding student housing parking lots, as parking there is already limited for the student residents.
Also note that the lots immediately adjacent to the stadium, including the west stadium lot, are reserved for pass holders. Not to worry though, we’ve got a few parking ideas to help you out.
- Plan ahead
- Walk if you live within a mile or so of the Stadium, especially at the beginning of the season while the weather is still beautiful.
- Get there at least one hour before hand to ensure time to find better parking
- Carpool, the less cars the better
- Use public transportation, UTA is offering discounted passes to BYU football games.
- Don’t leave all at once after the game, hang around and chat for a bit and wait for traffic to simmer down.
Places to Park:
- Marriott Center
- Law School
- Smoot Administration Building
- Richards Building
- Tanner Building
- intramural field west of University Avenue
- Hinckley Center
- Bean Museum
- BYU TV Lot
- Neighborhoods near the MTC/Temple
- Lot east across from the Hinckley Center
- BYU Indoor Practice Facility Parking Lot
Most importantly, stay safe! Let us know where your favorite places to park for the games in the comments. May the odds be ever in your favor in finding parking. Good luck!