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What To Expect When Camping at Atlanta Motor Speedway

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One of the NASCAR Cup Series calendar’s staples is Atlanta Motor Speedway and camping in Atlanta is a good time, just like at any other NASCAR Cup Series track. Here is everything to expect from NASCAR’s official camping notebook.

  • Atlanta Motor Speedway has been on the NASCAR Cup Series calendar since it opened in 1960. Originally a 1.522-mile true oval, the track has been reconfigured twice to become a 1.54-mile quad-oval (1997) and eventually a superspeedway-style drafting track (2022).
  • Atlanta hosts two NASCAR Cup Series races per year. In 2024, they hosted one race in February, with another scheduled for September. In 2025, Atlanta’s summer race will return in June, while the spring date will be announced later.
  • Fans love camping at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It’s a historic venue, and the track has something for everyone.

Amenities & Highlights

Fans who camp in Atlanta can expect some of the typical camping amenities and a few more obscure ones.

Hook-ups are available at some campgrounds but not others. Campground sizes range from 20×40 to 20×50, with grass, gravel, and pavement surfaces depending on where fans are camping

Those with hook-ups have access to power, water, and sewer. Those who don’t have access can use the bathrooms and showers at the race track.

Atlanta also permits pets on campgrounds. A dog park is available for fans who want to have a good time with their furry friends. Across from the dog park are cornhole and bocce ball courts to kill some time between on-track activities.

Fans can also purchase ice from the track. Security is available at certain campgrounds as well.

  • Dog Park
  • Bocce and Cornhole courts
  • Power
  • Water
  • Sewer
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Security for specific campgrounds
  • Ice available for purchase

Campground Details

When camping in Atlanta, fans can expect less of an overnight party atmosphere than other tracks. Every campground has “Quiet time” from 12 AM to 7 AM, except the Family Campgrounds, which have them between 10 PM and 7 AM.

Fans also need an admission ticket to enter the campgrounds. Fans camping outside the track can arrive on Thursday of race weekend, while those camping in the infield can arrive on Friday. Both campgrounds close on Monday, so fans can stay for a little while after the race weekend.


  • Camping Type
  • Standard camping (no hook-ups provided)
  • Full hook-up camping

  • Sizes vary by different campgrounds
  • From 20 x 40 x 50

  • Surfaces include grass, gravel, and pavement

  • Quiet Hours
  • Family RV campgrounds: 10:00 PM – 7:00 AM
  • All other campgrounds: 12:00 AM – 7:00 AM

  • Admission ticket required for entry

  • Entry Times
  • Exterior campgrounds open Thursday and close Monday
  • Infield campgrounds open Friday and close Monday

Source: NASCAR Camping

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