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DIRECTIONS TO SALEM STADIUM

The Salem Civic Center, part of the James E. Taliaferro Sports & Entertainment Complex, is centrally located at the corner of Boulevard Roanoke and Texas Street in Salem, Virginia. Boththe Salem Football Stadium and the Salem Memorial Baseball stadium can be reached throughthe main entrances into the Salem Civic Center, or you can approach them both directly from Texas Street.

From the North - Take I-81 South to Exit 141. Follow the signs to Salem. From the exit
ramp, take Virginia route 419 South. Continue on route 419 through three traffic lights.
After the third light veer to the right following the Salem Civic Center sign onto Texas
Street, also known as the 460 Bypass and the Truck Route. Take a left onto Boulevard.
Civic Center entrance is on the left.

From the South - Take I-81 North to Exit 141. Follow the signs to Salem. From the exit
ramp, take Virginia route 419 South. Continue on route 419 through three traffic lights.
After the third light veer to the right following the Salem Civic Center sign onto Texas
Street, also known as the 460 Bypass and the Truck Route. Take a left onto Boulevard.
Civic Center entrance is on the left.

From U.S. 220 -Take the Franklin Road exit to route 419. Follow route 419 past
Brambleton Avenue and Apperson Drive (about 8 miles). Take a left at Boulevard
Roanoke and go 1/4 mile to entrance on right.

 
 

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