Frequently Asked Questions

Free parking for Purdue Spring Fest is available in the Marstellar Street and Discovery Park parking lots and the Wood Street Parking Garage. The Harrison Street Garage is also available as a paid parking option. Visit Purdue University Parking to view the university’s parking map

You can view the map online or visit The Spring Fest Information Tent at Site 1 for a printed map and to ask any questions you have about Spring Fest events taking place.

No, it is free to attend Purdue Spring Fest. Some sites will have items and refreshments for sale as part of student organizations’ fundraising efforts, but there are plenty of free activities for you and your family to enjoy. Stop by the information tent at Site 1 for a pocket guide that includes a map and a list of activities.

There will be food trucks present and some of the sites will have food for sale. You can find these locations marked on the Purdue Spring Fest pocket guide. Proceeds from the sale of refreshments benefit Purdue student organizations.

Restrooms are located in open buildings located on the Spring Fest map. Review the map to see which buildings are open during Purdue Spring Fest. There are also hand-washing stations located throughout the event.

While we love animals just as much as you do, pets are not allowed at Purdue Spring Fest. However, you will have the opportunity to pet animals at some of the sites, such as the Boiler Barnyard!

Yes. Please visit the Campus Events page for more information.

Purdue University - Construction and Travel Notices

Please be aware that various Purdue University road construction projects may cause delays or parking issues. Check the current status here.

current construction