Fans visiting the park on gameday reminded of park rules
With Sunday’s Packers-Bengals game, Titletown’s park will be open for fans to enjoy before, during and after the game until 10 p.m. As Sunday will be the first home game following the park’s opening, fans are asked to keep in mind the park’s rules as they prepare to enjoy the day’s festivities.
The park will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The Titletown parking lot off of Lombardi Avenue will open for paid parking at 10 a.m. Those visiting Titletown prior to 10 a.m. should plan to find parking elsewhere in the neighborhood or plan alternate transportation.
Additionally, guests parking at the Titletown parking lot will not be permitted to tailgate in the lot. Titletown’s game courts, football field and playground will be open for guest enjoyment. Game courts will have all accessories for guests to use, but those using the field should remember to bring their own sports ball to throw or kick around.
A food and beer tent will be located near the horseshoes court. Carry-in coolers, glass bottles, or portable grills are not permitted in the park. Visitors should also keep in mind that there are chairs and tables available for use at Titletown, and carry-in lawn furniture or folding chairs won’t be permitted.
Building upon the success of Lambeau Field’s major redevelopment in 2003 and recent expansion and renovations, Titletown maximizes its great location just west of the iconic stadium to attract additional visitors to the area, spur further regional economic growth, offer new amenities to residents and complement the greater Green Bay area’s draw as an excellent location to live, work and play. Phase one of Titletown includes the four-diamond hotel Lodge Kohler, Hinterland Restaurant and a Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine or Orthopedics. Details about the second phase of the development will be announced in the coming months.