If you thought tailgating at a football or baseball game was fun, try "transoming." Several stadiums encourage access by boat, providing docks and facilities so you can enjoy all the comforts. In Knoxville, Tennessee, at Volunteer Landing next to Neyland Stadium (the largest on-campus stadium in the country with 107,000 seats), you'd better wear orange to root for the University of Tennessee Volunteers, but you can occasionally see NFL exhibition games there as well. In San Francisco, at McCovey Cove next to AT&T Stadium, there is a tradition of Giants baseball, with boats anchoring and avid fans praying for a regular "over the wall" homerun so they can snag the ball as a trophy. In Seattle, at the University of Washington Husky Stadium on Lake Washington, boaters get season permits for dock space but, if you anchor off the stadium, the rowing team provides water-taxi service to raise money. Other stadium opportunities include walking from the transient docks and moorings of Chicago's Burnham Harbor to Soldier Field for the Chicago Bears football games, or spending the night at Metropolitan Park Marina in the shadow of Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, to watch the Jaguars-reserve dock space early! Check your own area for water access to stadiums.