Join Vrbo for the College Football season with these 5 fan dens

Nothing says post-pandemic college football season for college football fans more than hitting the road to catch favorite college football teams. Vrbo is on board and recently revealed the best fan caves – unique vacation rentals that immerse super fans in team spirit and lore.

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According to Vrbo, the appetite for sports travel is booming. In a recent press release, the travel rental company revealed that its nationwide demand for vacation homes has more than doubled in several major college towns since 2019. For fans traveling in droves, Vrbo has compiled this data to compile a list of popular private vacation homes that screams school spirit. Whether it’s the B1G or the SEC, the Big 12 or the Pac-12 or any other conference country, these Vrbo’s are ideal for families or groups of friends who jam together and use them as a home base on game weekends.

Whether it’s the Tiger Lover’s Cottage in Clemson, South Carolina, the modern Notre Dame retreat in South Bend, or the Duck Den in Eugene, Oregon, fans can gather around television screens or use these resorts as home bases for wild weekends.

The Oregon House

The UOregon blog informs us that the university adopted its first nickname, Webfeet, as an embrace of an insult to the people who live in the wet, waterlogged Willamette Valley. That spirit remains alive today in Eugene, where “it never rains at Autzen Stadium.”

University of Oregon Vrbo living room.
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This TrackTown home is “fit for world record holders.” Inside, there’s Ducks memorabilia galore, paying tribute to Eugene’s rich racing roots in addition to former Duck athletes of all stripes.

This unique opportunity to revel in the University of Oregon’s past and present is custom-designed by current Oregon athletes, and you can see: the decor, the sports equipment that matches the players’ playlists, the favorite athlete’s snacks and more can be found inside. Cherry on top? An immersive duck experience as a welcome gift for guests.

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VA Tech Hokie House

‘Hokie’ did not originate as the name of a turkey, but as an euphemism for gobblers in the early 20th century. The mascot’s name was finally officially changed in 1978. You can explore this knowledge and more at the VA Tech Hokie House.

Virginia Tech Vrbo game room with Hokie gear.
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Charming mid-century Cape Cod blends old-world warmth with modern convenience in the center of Blacksburg’s college community. With a 10-minute walk to Lane Stadium and a 15-minute walk to downtown, the Hokie House location offers a hub for Hokie game days, downtown access, a 50-foot deck and two outdoor grills overlooking a large backyard, perfect for a break with touch football.

Inside, it’s Hokie Heaven with games, couches and beds galore that can sleep up to ten rabid turkey fans.

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Pork Soot Veranda

For those who don’t know, “Woo Pig Sooie!” is the classic University of Arkansas cheer. Shout at Razorback sporting events, the “pig call” is a U of A tradition dating back to the 1920s.

Arkansas Razorback Vrbo living room with fight song and other memorabilia.
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For Hog lovers, this place can serve as Shangri-la for game day weekends. Kick back with your best buds and family members on a plush sofa. Chant along with the UA fight song while watching the Razorbacks on a 75-inch smart TV. A large island and kitchen bar top provide ample space for a fully equipped kitchen where pilgrims can put together the best football fixtures.

Step outside onto double-decker porches with unparalleled views of the Razorback Football Stadium. Adventure awaits on campus or recreation in the yard. At the end of the day, the massive home sleeps 15, spread over six luxury rooms.

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Tiger Lover’s Dream Cottage

Hardcore Clemson fans will know their cheerleaders respect IPTAY with a ‘Tiger Rag’ on their left wrist. Standing for “I pay ten a year,” this is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful student/alumni athletic support organizations.

The dining room, kitchen and bedroom in a purple and orange Clemson Vrbo.
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Big-time Tiger fans can get a personal look on a pilgrimage to Clemson’s Memorial Stadium. They can end the ultimate gaming weekend at the Tiger Lover’s Dream Cottage. This quaint 500 square foot cottage has furniture painted purple and orange to match the Clemson decor. With seating for four, this place sleeps all the classic Clemson souvenirs and memories fans need to immerse themselves in a great weekend in Tiger country.

Located in the iconic Patrick Square neighborhood, restaurants like Rick Erwin’s, Joe’s New York Pizza, and Sunny Side Cafe are just blocks away.

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Modern Notre Dame getaway

IN Rudy, the film commemorating Notre Dame football walk-on Rudy Ruettiger, we see Notre Dame teammates leaving a legendary stairwell with their hands raised to slam the “Play Like a Champion Today” sign in the early 1970s. This is completely historically inaccurate. Instead, the poster was installed by coach Lou Holtz in 1986 to recreate the energy and legacy of Irish football. The motivation sign still marks one of the country’s most significant football traditions.

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Returnees to hallowed South Bend to catch the game of the champions can find cozy surroundings at the modern Notre Dame Getaway. Remodeled in 2018, the home is a sprawling ranch that spreads from a gleaming open kitchen and dining room, a wide living room to catch the game, and plenty more room to spread out. With three bedrooms upstairs and a finished basement offering three more couches and three more beds, the space can sleep a crew of up to 12 people.

Located on Wooded Estates, the retreat is just a short walk to the leafy, tree-filled Classical Campus.

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Don’t see your team’s hometown on the list? This is just a preview of Vrbo’s college town offers. Whether it’s Pasadena, Madison, Orono, or Honolulu, there’s sure to be a sea of ​​places where your friends and family can crash on trips back to college roots.




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