The University of Victoria parking lots are run by Campus Security and Parking. Spaces are available on a first come first served basis, please input your license plate to begin your parking transaction. The parking lots adjacent to and across from the stadium (Lots 4 & 8 respectively) are accessible via McGill Road off McKenzie Avenue.
Concession services will be available for all games at Centennial Stadium. Our concession features a variety of hot and cold beverages as well as popcorn, pizza, hot dogs, chips and other treats. Outside food and beverages are not permitted inside the venue.
Other on campus options for food or beverage purchase are Mystic Market located in the University Center and the Halftime Café. More information about food services on campus can be found here.
Venue and spectator guidelines and policies can be found here.
From Vancouver to UVic: As you exit the ferry terminal, you will be traveling on the Pat Bay Highway (Highway #17) towards the city of Victoria. The trip to UVic should take about 40 - 50 minutes depending on traffic. After about 10-15 minutes on the highway you will pass Elk and Beaver Lakes on your right. About 5 minutes further along you will come to the University of Victoria/ McKenzie Avenue exit. Stay in the right lane to access the off-ramp; then keep to the left-hand side of the exit lane. Turn left onto McKenzie Avenue. Once on McKenzie you will go through seven or eight traffic lights. Go through the intersection of McKenzie and Gordon Head Road, take your first right (before the stadium). The parking lot # 4 entrance is half way down the road, on your left hand side.
From Victoria International Airport
The Victoria Airport is located along Highway 17, about 30-40 minutes north of the university. For more information about flights, transport options, and services, visit the Victoria Airport website. When leaving the airport, follow the signs to Victoria. Just outside the airport you'll turn onto Highway 17. From here follow the directions from Vancouver above.
Reawaken what drives you by connecting with a Pacific coast setting like you’ve never experienced before. Disconnect from the hustle and bustle of regular life and reconnect with experiences that feed your soul. Relish in the gift of being present as you relax into Victoria.
RESTAURANTS & BARS
Victoria’s cuisine scene is honest. Our chefs take full advantage of surrounding coastal waters and rich farming regions, which result in food and drink that’s uniquely West Coast: diverse, flavorful, locally-sourced and truly inspired.
Full listing for restaurants, bistros, bars, and cafes can be found on here.
EXPERIENCES & UPCOMING EVENTS
Greater Victoria is host to many experience and events for the latest information on city festivals and events please visit the Tourism Victoria calendar.