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The Complete Guide to The Cotton Bowl

The Complete Guide to The Cotton Bowl
Who’s playing in the Cotton Bowl?
The Clemson Tigers rounded out their undefeated 2018 season last weekend by winning the ACC Championship. You can check out their season recap here. The […]

By |December 3rd, 2018|Cotton Bowl, Guide|0 Comments

Cotton Bowl Tailgate Review: Alabama fans celebrate on NYE

I thought I’d post a few quick thoughts on the Cotton Bowl tailgate scene at AT&T Stadium after Alabama took down Michigan State. The Tide moved on to the National Championship game, after getting it’s second W at […]

By |January 2nd, 2016|Cotton Bowl|0 Comments

Cotton Bowl Tailgating – a guide to the tailgate scene around AT&T Stadium

(this is a post from a previous Cotton Bowl, check out our blog or click the link below for more up to date package and pricing info)

CLEMSON vs. NOTRE DAME TAILGATE PRICING

This year’s Cotton Bowl […]

By |December 7th, 2015|Cotton Bowl|0 Comments

Dallas Cowboys Tailgating: Which parking lot is the best for tailgating?

Are you headed to AT&T Stadium this fall and looking to do a little Dallas Cowboys Tailgating? A very common question we get asked is – where should we park to get the best tailgating […]

College Football National Championship Game: A Tailgater’s Guide to Dallas/Fort Worth

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A lot of tailgaters ask me..What should I do or see in Dallas and Fort Worth when I come in town for the College Football National Championship (Cotton Bowl as well)? I had no idea that when starting a tailgating trailer business that I’d become a tour guide as well. HA!

First of all, I’d like to say that I’m a little biased towards the Fort Worth side of the metroplex, since I live just 15 minutes south of downtown Fort Worth. I’m a little more laid back, like to wear jeans and a polo or button-downed shirt a lot so Fort Worth just fits my style a little better. So take this review knowing I’m a Fort Worth homer.

There are tons of things to do in DFW, but to keep this under 100,000 words, I’ll pick my ideal itinerary with the idea that you would fly in the morning of the day before the game and leave the day after the game. […]