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What To Expect When Camping At Las Vegas Motor Speedway

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Las Vegas is one of the more interesting tracks on the NASCAR schedule, especially in the NextGen Era. Camping there is a fun time, as it is with any track on the NASCAR schedule. Here’s everything you can expect when camping at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway officially opened in 1971 though it wasn’t added onto the NASCAR schedule until the 1996 season. In 1999, the track was acquired by Speedway Motorsports Incorporated who still owns and operates it to this day. In length, the track is 1.5 mile and is categorized as a trioval intermediate speedway.
  • From 1996 until 2018, the facility hosted only a single race per year, typically in the beginning portion of the season as part of the west coast swing. Starting in 2018, however, the track started hosting two NASCAR Cup Series races a year: one in the early spring and one in the fall during the NASCAR Playoffs. In 2024, the first Las Vegas race occurred in early March as a part of the aforementioned west coast swing. The second race of the year is currently scheduled for October 20, 2024 and will be the first race of the Round of 8.
  • Fans enjoy the various amenities and at-track atmosphere while camping at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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Amenities & Highlights

There is a lot to look forward to when camping at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, not counting the racing. At LVMS, hookups are available at 30 & 50 amp. There are multiple camp site sizes which range from 20×40 to 25×60. Camp surfaces are all paved with the Inner Circle being paved this year!

Those with hookups have access to power, water, and sewer services. Those without hookups have access to shower and restroom facilities. Tent camping is prohibited at LVMS.

Las Vegas Motor Speedway does permit pets in all camping areas with pet relief stations available at the Inner Circle and the Geico Lot. The Inner Circle Tent hosts musical events, various games, goat yoga, fire pits and much more in the vein of entertainment. There’s plenty to do to kill time between the on-track action at LVMS!

Ice is available to purchase on site and the campground has 24 hour security service. Lot hosts are also available on-site 24 hours a day.

  • Pet relief stations
  • Music, games, and entertainment available
  • Power
  • Water
  • Sewer
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Transportation
  • 24/hr. security
  • Ice available for purchase

Campground Details

As with other SMI tracks, fans can expect less of a party atmosphere while camping at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, in spite of its Sin City persona. Quiet hours at all campgrounds are between 11PM and 7AM.

Fans do need an admission ticket to enter the campgrounds both inside and outside the track. All campgrounds open on the Wednesday before race weekend at Noon and close the following Monday at Noon.


  • Camping Type
  • Full Hookup Camping
  • Tent Camping is prohibited

  • Camping Spot Sizes Vary
  • Sizes between 20×40 and 25×60 available

  • All surfaces are paved.

  • Quiet Hours
  • 11PM – 7AM

  • Admission Ticket Required For Entry

  • Entry Times
  • Wednesday at Noon-Monday at Noon

Source: NASCAR Camping

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