Hampton Inn Auburn Hotel

2430 South College Street, Auburn, Alabama, 36832, United States
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Travel Tips for Auburn

Auburn University Football & Jordan Hare stadium

by TheTravelSlut

I had never been to an Auburn University (ranked #3 in the nation) football game and with their tradition so widely-publicized for this game against Louisiana State University (LSU was ranked #6 in the nation coming into the game), I was very excited to see what SEC rivalries were all about.

What I discovered was a way of life by football fans in the southern U.S. and and that hospitality was evident everywhere I went. There is no way a person cannot get "wrapped up" in the football fever.

Some interesting facts about Jordan-Hare stadium:

It is the nation's eighth-largest on-campus stadium and has hosted the Auburn Tigers for 65 years.
On football Saturdays in Auburn, Jordan-Hare Stadium becomes Alabama's fifth-largest city.
More than 75,000 season tickets have been sold to Auburn home games in each of the last 11 years Seating capacity is officially 87,451 but there's more when SRO (standing room only) is considered). Bring suncreen, a hat or visor, sunglasses and seat cushion and possibly even some earplugs.

The sun can be extremely hot and unforgiving. Several people were treated for heat exposure at the game. Lots of sunscreen and skin & eye protection is important as you may be exposed for up to 4 hours.

General admission seats can be hard and/or hot so a cushion makes it much more comfortable.

The crowd's roar inside the stadium can be overwhelming at times and if you happen to be near a loud contingent of fans, earplugs may be helpful.

Bring a big fan attitude because football fever will be present everywhere near Auburn and you will either have it or want to have it.

"Lovliest Village on the Plain"

by rexvaughan

Auburn's motto is "Lovliest Village on the Plain" - maybe a slight exaggeration, but it is a nice town. Actually it is two towns as you will not know when you leave Auburn and enter Opelika. I don't mean to demean these two fine cities but they are not really scenic. The photo is from the Grand National Course on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.

The main claim to fame here is that it is home to Auburn University, a fine public institution. It is about 90 miles from Atlanta.


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Address: 2430 South College Street, Auburn, Alabama, 36832, United States