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TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY CAMPING INFORMATION

Taken from the Texas Motor Speedway Official Site

Burnout Alley

Your private area for each event weekend includes:

  • One (1) personal 30’ x 60’ gated space for your motor home
  • Ten (10) VIP passes to your area with private seating
  • Ten (10) pre-race passes to each Sprint Cup race
  • Ten (10) pit/infield access to infield amenities
  • Ten (10) tickets to Aarons Fandango Season Ticket Party
  • Full service hook-ups (water, electric, and live TV feed)
  • Three (3) reserved parking spaces just outside the gates
  • Ten (10) souvenir event programs
  • Two (2) Speedway Club access passes for each race weekend
  • Concierge access for groceries or catering
  • Free Wireless internet
  • 24 Hour restroom access
  • Rules & Regulations

Please dial (817) 317-5502 for any police, fire or ambulance needs that arise during your stay at Texas Motor Speedway. This number is only intended for emergencies requiring assistance from the services listed above. For any non-emergency campground issues please go to the Burn Out Alley concierge.

Only Appropriate RV’s are to be parked within this area. NO BOX TRUCKS. Texas Motor Speedway reserves the right to approve any vehicles wishing to park within Burn Out Alley.

Access granted is to Burn Out Alley area only. No access is granted to frontstretch concourse area at any time. PERSONS FOUND WITHIN GRANDSTAND AREA AFTER HOURS WILL BE REMOVED FROM PROPERTY AND NOT ALLOWED TO RETURN.

There will be designated load-in times for RV’s. All RV’s must be parked within Burn Out Alley during these times. NO EXCEPTIONS.

One personal vehicle will be allowed access within your assigned space. No vehicle traffic will be allowed between 1:00 AM and 6:00 AM.

Absolutely no vehicle traffic (personal vehicle or motorhome) will be allowed starting 12:00AM on Sprint Cup race days until two hours after the checkered flag of the Sprint Cup race.

Additional assigned parking will be provided for 3 vehicles per space in parking lots between Gates 9 and 11.

No Generators Allowed.
No flag poles Allowed.
Nothing can exceed 13’ 6” in height within the assigned space.
Nothing within assigned space can block the sightlines of other spaces.
No scaffolding of any type.
No outside catering allowed on Speedway property. All catering must be coordinated through Levy Restaurants Sports & Entertainment (817) 215-8437.
No non-Texas Motor Speedway advertising will be permitted in any of the camping areas or Speedway grounds.
Open flame or open pit campfires are prohibited anywhere on Speedway property. Charcoal and gas grills are allowed in Burn Out Alley except during race practice sessions or during a race. All BBQ grills must be at least 10 feet away from combustibles – cars, campers, tents, awnings, etc.
No storage of gasoline.
All pets on Speedway property must be kept on a leash while outside personal vehicle. For the comfort of others visiting our property – please clean up after your pet.
No ATV’s or personal golf carts will be allowed in Burn Out Alley. NO EXCEPTIONS.
No Swimming Pools or Hot Tubs allowed.
No Stages, Stage Lights, Live Bands or Live DJ’s
All persons must conduct themselves with due regard for their health and safety, and that of fellow campers, obey all rules and regulations of Texas Motor Speedway, and obey all laws. Texas Motor Speedway is not liable for actions which endanger your safety or others. Watch your property, TMS is not liable for lost or stolen items.
NO lewd conduct will be allowed on Speedway property.
A noise curfew of 1 a.m. will be enforced in ALL campgrounds.

ALL RULES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Warning: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning is possible with camping equipment.
Follow Equipment Instructions!
Please understand these rules come with the safety of you in mind as a valued customer of the Texas Motor Speedway.
Thank you for your cooperation.

RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE


Reserved Infield Camping

Get in the middle of the action by camping in the infield reserved area during a race weekend! The extensive infield camping area offers several types of reserved spaces — Wall, Interior, and paved Paddock. Reserved Infield RV spaces are approximately 20’ x 40’. All infield camping also requires that each person have an Infield Pass, which can be purchased at the gate. The dump station for infield campers is located by the North tunnel just off of Allison Avenue, and two shower/restroom facilities are located at either end of Allison Avenue next to the garage areas.

Infield spaces are sold by the season and are currently sold out. Any spaces which become available will be distributed through a random drawing. The deadline for this drawing is past, no more submissions will be accepted.

Weekend Infield Passes -- $70 if purchased before Race Week


Coach-Net VIP Camping

The Reserved Coach-Net VIP Camping area is located between Allison Avenue and Labonte Lane on the South end of the track. VIP Reserved camping spots come with a number of special perks, including an oversized 20’ x 45’ paved spot, 24-hour security, a prime location near the main grandstand, proximity to restroom and shower facilities, and electric and water hook-ups. VIP Camping Spaces are sold by the season only and are currently sold out.


Outside Reserved Campgrounds

All race week camping in the Outside Reserved Campgrounds outside Turn 3 is reserved. There are 4,700 marked spaces approximately 20’ x 40’ in size divided into two sections.

Lone Star Circle Reserved — 2,200 spots between Harmonson Road and Lone Star Circle; closest camping to Turn 3.

  • 2011 Season -- $500 -- ON SALE NOW
  • Samsung Mobile 500 Weekend --$275 -- ON SALE NOW
  • Firestone Twin 275s Weekend -- $150 -- ON SALE NOW
  • AAA Texas 500 Weekend -- $275 -- ON SALE APR 20, 2011

Victory Circle Reserved — 2,500 sites between Harmonson Road on the west and Lone Star Circle on the east. Sites available on a per race basis.

  • 2011 Season -- $350 -- ON SALE NOW
  • Samsung Mobile 500 Weekend --$200 -- ON SALE NOW
  • Firestone Twin 275s Weekend -- $75 -- ON SALE NOW
  • AAA Texas 500 Weekend -- $200 -- ON SALE APR 20, 2011

Unreserved Camping

Unreserved camping will be on the west side of the speedway for the Samsung 500 weekends ONLY. There will be 1,700 sites, approximately 20' x 40' available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Opens April 2nd, 2011 @ 8:00am for the Samsung Mobile 500 weekend
  • $75 Per Space
  • Staging line will begin on West Side of the facility on Victory Circle at the first gate north of Petty Place.
  • THERE WILL BE NO ON-PROPERTY STAGING OF CAMPERS AFTER LOT OPENS. (NO WAITING FOR A DIFFERENT LOT)
  • Campground 5 North of Petty Place and West of Victory Circle will load first
  • Campground 6 North of 114 and West of Victory Circle will load second
  • Campground 7 South of Petty Place and West of Victory Circle will load last
  • Next Lot will not open until previous lot is filled

2011 Camping Rules and Regulations (subject to change)

Camping is permitted in designated areas only. (Infield camping - VIP camping - Outside reserved and unreserved camping)

Please dial 817-317-5502 for any police, fire or ambulance needs that arise during your stay at Texas Motor Speedway. This number is only intended for emergencies requiring assistance from the services listed above. For any non-emergency campground issues please go to the Public Safety Trailer located in the Lone Star Circle Campground near Row EE.

No outside catering allowed on Speedway property. All catering must be coordinated through Levy Restaurants Sports & Entertainment (817) 215-8438.

Access to campground areas will be restricted to vehicles displaying appropriate event tag or sticker. Campers will receive only two camping permits per spot. All camping permits MUST be affixed to each vehicle entering/exiting the camping areas.
THE STRIPED STICKER IS SPECIFICALLY FOR YOUR RV. THE SOLID STICKER IS FOR YOUR PERSONAL VEHICLE. NO CARS WITH STRIPED STICKERS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE CAMPGROUNDS.

Unoccupied campground spaces MAY NOT be roped off for reservation purposes. All spaces must be paid for at time of occupancy.

No non-Texas Motor Speedway advertising will be permitted in any of the camping areas or Speedway grounds.

Open flame or open pit campfires are prohibited anywhere on Speedway property. Charcoal and gas grills are allowed in camping areas except in the infield during race practice sessions or during a race. All BBQ grills must be at least 10 feet away from combustibles — cars, campers, tents, awnings, etc.

Maximum of 10 gallons of gasoline allowed per campsite. Gasoline should never be used or stored in close proximity to sources of heat or flame and must be stored in approved containers.

All pets on Speedway property must be kept on a leash while outside personal vehicle.

No ATVs or personal golf carts will be allowed.

No Swimming Pools or Hot Tubs allowed.

No Stages, Stage Lights, Live Bands or Live DJ’s

Do not park RV’s in fire lanes or within 3 feet of fire hydrants. Hydrants must be accessible to emergency vehicles. No parking is allowed in front of bollards (signs will be posted).

No generators allowed in the tent-only camping areas. All vehicles related to tent-only camping must park in designated parking areas.

Two-wheeled motorized vehicles (including licensed motorcycles) will not be allowed in campgrounds, including the infield.

All camping areas will be aggressively patrolled by Speedway security staff and City Police Officers; enforcing a NO TOLERANCE policy on ALL campground policies.

No flatbed trailers (more than 10 ft. in length) will be allowed in the campgrounds.

No box trucks will be allowed in the campgrounds

ABSOLUTELY NO cruising permitted in any of the camping areas.

NO lewd conduct will be allowed on Speedway property.

A noise curfew of 1 a.m. will be enforced in ALL campgrounds. (Does not include generators)

All Infield Camping Areas must abide by the 13’ height regulation — meaning anything above 13’ must be removed.

WARNING: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning is possible with camping equipment. Follow Equipment Instructions!

REMINDER: Anyone operating unapproved unlicensed motorized vehicles (ATVs, golf carts, two-wheeled vehicles, etc.), will be asked to immediately take them off property and not be allowed to return.

Please understand these rules come with the safety of you in mind as a valued customer of the Texas Motor Speedway.



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