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What to Expect When Camping at Bristol Motor Speedway

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The Last Great Coliseum, Bristol Motor Speedway is a fan favorite track on the NASCAR schedule. There’s no bad seat in the house and that includes camping at the World’s Fastest Half-Mile. Here is everything to expect from NASCAR’s official camping notebook.

  • Bristol Motor Speedway has been hosting NASCAR Cup Series races since 1961. While the half-mile layout has stayed the same, the track has seen many configurations throughout its life, including being configured into a dirt track from 2021-2023.
  • Bristol hosts two Cup races per year. Typically, the first race is a day race held in March with the famous Bristol Night Race being held under the lights in September. The track was covered in dirt for the Spring race from 2021-2023.
  • The track is home to some of NASCAR’s most iconic moments. From Dale Sr. “rattling his cage,” to the infamous bump-and-run, Bristol Motor Speedway never disappoints.

Amenities & Highlights

Fans who camp in Bristol can expect some of the typical camping amenities. Hookups are available in the Medallion and Dragstrip lots. Campground sizes range from 16’x40’ to 20’x50’ with surfaces both paved and unpaved, depending on the lot.

Bristol has bathroom and shower facilities available at the campgrounds in addition to permitting pets. Security and assistance is available as well at the track along with a 24-hour check in.

  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Pets
  • Security
  • Additional vehicle parking

Campground Details

Unlike some tracks, Bristol Motor Speedway does not require you to have an admission ticket to get into the campgrounds. The Medallion lot is available Monday through Sunday, while the Dragstrip lot is available Tuesday through Sunday.

Breakdown

  • Sites range from 16’x40’ to 20’x50
  • Surfaces are both paved and unpaved
  • depending on lot
  • Duration of stay during race week
  • Medallion lot – Monday-Sunday
  • Dragstrip and Landing Lots – Tuesday-Sunday
  • Hookups available in the Medallion and
  • Dragstrip lots
  • 24 hour check-in

Source: NASCAR Camping

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