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Camp Randall Stadium Accessibility Guide

Welcome to Camp Randall Stadium!

We hope you enjoy your visit to our historic stadium which has recently undergone a major renovation to make the game day experience more enjoyable for all of our fans!

If we may be of service, please stop by our Guest Services Center under Section YZ in the south end zone concourse. If assistance is needed immediately, please look for a Guest Services staff member who will be wearing a bright yellow vest.

Tickets and Seating for People with Disabilities

Accessible seating at Camp Randall Stadium is located on the east side fifth level concourse and in the south end zone.

Individuals with disabilities may purchase two tickets for accessible seating (one accessible seat and one seat for a companion), if available. It is recommended individuals contact the Athletic Ticket Office prior to game day.

Individuals with temporary disabilities may exchange tickets for one accessible seat and one companion seat, if available prior to game day.

Individuals who received a ticket from a source other than the McGinnis Family Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office and need an accessible seat should contact the Athletic Ticket Office.

An accessible ticket window at the Athletic Ticket Office main lobby is located inside of Gate 1 of Camp Randall Stadium off of Monroe Street.

Accessible Drop-offs and Transportation

Accessible drop-offs can be made at the corner of Regent Street and Breese Terrace; University Avenue and Breese Terrace, and on Monroe Street near Gate 1. Golf carts and wheelchairs can be requested from Guest Services staff for transportation to a seating area in the stadium.

  • There is no storage available at Camp Randall for wheelchairs, walkers, motorized carts, or any other type of mobility device. These devices are not allowed to be stored on the concourse. Individuals who need assistance getting from a Gate or Accessible Drop-Off point to a general seating area are encouraged to contact Guest Services for assistance. The Guest Service Staff provides transportation to these areas via Golf Cart (exterior of stadium) and Wheelchairs (interior of stadium). If guests need assistance getting into their seat or doing stairs it is strongly encouraged that a family member or care provider be along to assist them as staff are not able to physically move individuals.

Entrance and Getting Around

Accessible entry to the stadium is available through Gates 1, 3, 7 and 10.

Passenger elevators for individuals with disabilities or who have difficulty walking are near Gates 1 and 3 on the east side of the stadium. Elevator #4, which is near Gate 3, and Elevator #7, which is near Gate 1, are the designated game-day elevators for individuals needing assistance. The elevators access the third and fifth levels.

Wheelchair Seating Locations

Wheelchair and companion seating is located on the east side fifth level concourse and in the south end zone. Folding chairs will be provided by Guest Services staff upon request.

There are 72 Camp Randall Suites and more than 900 club seats (Buckingham Club and Varsity Club). The premium seating areas include wheelchair seating spaces as well as some removable seats to enable a guest in a wheelchair to watch the game. Accessible restrooms are located near each suite and club seating area.

Restrooms

All new restrooms are accessible. Family restrooms, which are accessible, are located in the east side fifth level, the south end zone and the west third level concourses. The family restrooms include flushing floor drain urinals and diaper changing stations.

Concessions

Concession stands with accessible service and condiment counters are available throughout the stadium.

Assistive Listening Devices

The entire Camp Randall seating area is served by assistive listening devices, an FM system. Individuals may pick up headsets at the Guest Services Center under Section YZ in the south end zone concourse. Individuals who would like to use an ALD must leave some form of collateral, such as a driver's license or credit card, at the Guest Services Center while using the ALD.

Messages/Emergency Info

Message and video boards are located at both the north and south ends of the stadium to relay general information and messages which are being broadcast over the public address system.

In case of an emergency, strobe lights will help alert hearing-impaired guests. Emergency messages will also be posted on the Camp Randall Stadium scoreboards.

Areas of Rescue Assistance (where guests who are unable to use stairs may remain temporarily to await assistance during an emergency evacuation) are located at Elevators 4, 5, 6, and 7 on the east side of the stadium.

Copies of the Camp Randall Stadium Accessibility Guide are available at Camp Randall Stadium in the Guest Services Center under Section YZ (on game days) and at the Welcome Center in Kellner Hall (Monday-Friday).

A seating chart of the facility is also available at:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/facilities/camp-randall-seating-chart.html

Contact Information
Camp Randall Stadium:
1440 Monroe Street
Madison, WI 53711
(608) 262-1866
www.uwbadgers.com
Camp Randall Guest Services Center:
Under Section YZ
South End Zone Concourse
(608) 265-8676 (Game Day Only)
(608) 262-1866 (Welcome Center)
E-mail: contactus@UWBadgers.com
McGinnis Family Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office:
Kellner Hall at Camp Randall Stadium
1440 Monroe St.
(608) 262-1440
1-800-462-2343
Fax: (608) 265-4931
E-mail: tickets@UWBadgers.com
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