Parking tips from Frog Fans:
~"I would suggest parking near the baseball field on the west or south west side."
~"Parking depends on how early you get to the game. If you wait until an hour before, your best bet will be on Berry St at Paschall High School and shuttle over. If you plan on getting there early and tailgating, then west of the baseball field on the grass is the best spot, but I would recommend you get there three hours before game time."
~"Parking at Paschall High and using the shuttle works great to get you to the game, but afterward it's a lost cause. You'll be waiting forever to get on a shuttle - and once you do it'll be mired in traffic. If you do decide to park at Paschall, be prepared to possibly walk back to your car (about two miles or so, I'd guess)."
~"I would park at the corner of Colonial Parkway and Country Club. Always parking there and it's less than a mile walk. No charge to park on the street. There are lots that charge $10-$20 if you want to park closer. The shuttles are a pain and a long walk."
~"At the corner of Berry and Mcart, on your right, you will see a big parking lot. It's TCU owned. Park there. From there you can walk west across campus to the game. You might be able to find closer parking on the East side of University on campus as well."
~"You can park free at Travis Avenue Baptist Church and take a free shuttle bus that will take you near the stadium festivities."
~"Park in the Greek (Worth Hills) lot. It's free and it's right across the street from the stadium. No brainer."
~"You can park south of TCU in the neighborhood across Bellaire/Berry from the baseball stadium. There are usually spots on the streets, or you can park in the Albertsons' strip mall lot at the corner of Alton Road and Biddison. Plenty of spaces. It's free and you are only a three block walk from the paid lot 13."
~"Park behind the old Stripling & Cox department store on Berry - free."
~"Be warned that the campus sits atop the higher ground above the Trinity River flood plain. If you decide to walk from the Courtyard by Marriott on University Drive, for example, it is a long, uphill slog for a good way. Some people get around better than others, so I'm just letting you know. Likewise, some of the neighborhoods to the west involve some long, uphill stretches. If uphill hiking is an issue, park to the south and have a long but flat walk."