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jenkinswoody said:
I will be going also.........

Any info (including general suggestions) would be welcome.

I am making my first trip for a Purdue game. I have been told there is a grass area called "Slaughter Hill" that is the designated tailgate area. I have been told it isn't very big, but it is a good time. It is a bit of a hike from the stadium, best to park your car near the erector set and ask locals where Slaughter Hill is.
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I'll be going to the Purdue game. 2 years ago when I went there was a large field with RV's and trailers that was the buckeye tailgate. I'm not sure what the lot is called but it was past "Slaughter Hill". If you look on the Purdue website I believe it was the field that has a baseball diamond in it.
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I've been to Purdue twice before. Don't pay for parking. There is plenty of parking in neighborhoods close by that is free. The RV lot that you all are talking about is a great place to go before and after the game for Buckeye tailgates. If anybody is sitting in the endzone bleachers...let me know if they are still bent. We bent a few bleachers two years ago when Jenkins caught the pass. We were all the way over to the left if you are facing the scoreboard about 2/3 of the way up.
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