Catch a Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium This Fall

The fall season brings with it crisp, cool weather, gorgeous fall foliage, and of course, plenty of exciting Arkansas Razorbacks football. This year, grab your best buds and head to a game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for a day you'll never forget near our Fayetteville, Arkansas apartments.

Top Notch Tailgating

Razorback Stadium is well-known for its exciting pre-game tailgating scene. Razorback fans go all out with a wide variety of tents and trailers set up for the occasion. Even if you don't know anybody personally, it shouldn't be too hard to make a few new friends while enjoying the festive atmosphere. If you want to keep the party going after the game starts, Razorback Stadium offers a wide variety of beverages and delicious food at the stadium concession stands.

Get Inside Early

No experience at Razorback Stadium is complete without watching the Razorback players run through the "A" to take the field before the game. The crowd will be on their feet as 76,000 fans roar as one. From there, things only get rowdier as fans take part in the traditional "Hog Call," a home-brewed cheer you won't find at any other stadium. "Wooooooo. Pig. Sooie! Razorbacks!"

Make Time for the Scenery

Before or after the game, complete your Fayetteville experience with a quick road trip to some of the more scenic areas of town. The Pig Trail Scenic Byway, Devil's Den State Park and Hawksbill Crag are all well-known for their picturesque views. Leaves change colors in the Ozarks from mid-October to early November, making for some truly extraordinary scenes.

As of October, the Razorbacks have four exciting home games left on the schedule. Highlights include two games against nationally ranked opponents with the Alabama Crimson Tide coming to town on October 6 and the LSU Tigers arriving in Fayetteville on November 10. For the full schedule, check out the Razorbacks website, and for more information on Fayetteville, contact The Academy at Frisco today.

Looking for more festive, fall fun? Fayetteville is also home to a slew of haunted attractions. Click here for a rundown of our favorites in the area.