Just like football fans, the Washington Redskins’ FedEx Field parking lots contain a wide variety of personalities. Whether you’re a passionate, long-time supporter of the ‘Skins or an over-enthusiastic newbie in town, FedEx Field has a tailgating lot just for fans like you.
They’re the men in the vibrant wigs, old-fashioned women’s dresses and pig snouts. You can find them tailgating in the parking lots, cheering on the Washington Redskins near the end zone as well as raising funds for locally and nationally known charities. They’re the Hogettes and they make us proud.
Cool trucks or unique travel vans ain’t got nothing on these. Check out some of the most badass tailgating vehicles on four wheels.
If there’s one thing that’s true about Washington Redskins fans is that we are known for having the best tailgate parties this side of the Potomac River. For the ultimate tailgate experience, check out these baddest Redskins tailgate mobiles in Washington.
You can smell them a mile away—and that’s a good thing. The Hail BBQ Crew consists of two separate groups of Washington Redskins fans who decided to team up and become one of the DC area’s most energetic, vibrant and fun tailgates.
As DC area residents know, hitting the road just a mere 10 minutes later than originally planned makes all the difference between getting to your destination on time and getting there 1.5 hours late. To ensure you arrive at a Redskins tailgate party on time, as well as make it back home before sunrise, be sure to follow these tailgate timing tips.
Do you plan on tailgating at the FedEx Field on October 14th for the Vikings/Redskins match up? If so, read on for 10 essential tips to know before you hit the road to begin tailgating.
When the Washington Redskins are playing in town, don’t let traffic jams, accidents and construction ruin your mood. Check out these best ways to get to FedEx Field and save all that energy for the tailgate party and game.
For those Sundays when you can’t make it to FedEx Field or the Redskins are playing elsewhere, don’t stay at home all alone. Head on over to one of these local bars and restaurants to scream and cheer, catch all the action and to meet great die-hard Redskins fans like yourself.
As we all know, the DC metro area is notorious for its endless miles of construction zones, detour routes and crazy traffic jams. Don’t let the stress of driving to the stadium and finding a place to park ruin your tailgating mood. For the best parking and tailgating experience, check out these tips for FedEx Field.