Guide to RV Tailgating at the Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium

Saturday 20th, April 2013 / 14:13 Written by

Located in downtown Baltimore, within walking distance of the Inner Harbor and adjacent to Camden Yards baseball park, M&T Bank Stadium is the home of the Baltimore Raven NFL footballteam. This NFL stadium, completed in 1998, seats around 71,000 fans for football games. Tailgating is a popular pre-game past time in Ravens Country. Make sure to arrive a little early to join in the party.

Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank NFL Stadium

What better way to get ready for a Baltimore Ravens game than some tailgating?

Tailgating around M&T Bank Stadium

Tailgating is permitted in most of the stadium lots and Central Parking System lots near the stadium. Rules for tailgaters include no unattended fires (including grill fires), no grilling within two feet of a vehicle and no use of lighter fluid (propane or self-starting briquettes only). If you’re planing totailgate, keep in mind that stadium area parking lots open five hours prior to kick-off and most lots have a limited number of RV spaces.

RV resorts near M&T Bank Stadium

Since M&T Stadium is located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, there are no RV resorts within walking distance of the stadium. However, there are a couple of resorts that are easily accessible to the stadium. Among these is the Capitol KOA Campground, located just off of I-95 in Millersville, Maryland. This 50-acre, wood resort offers 50 RV sites, all with water, sewer and electric hook-ups. Another Baltimore RV resort that’s easily accessible to the stadium is the Bar Harbor RV Park and Marina, a 93-site park located along the Chesapeake Bay near I-95.

RV-ing and Ravens tailgating are a natural Baltimore combination. Plan ahead this fall and enjoy the best of both.

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