Camping at a NASCAR event is great, but you know what’s even better? Camping for free at a NASCAR event. RVers love free camping and finding it at an event where you’re already paying a premium for tickets makes it that much sweeter. Here are some tips on how to find free NASCAR camping.
How to Find Free NASCAR Camping
Check with the track first. Some NASCAR tracks offer free satellite camps around the event area. Most of these sites are first-come, first-serve so if you’re gunning for a free site, you better make sure you get in line early. Always check to see how far you’ll be from the track itself as some of these satellite camps can be miles away, and walking will be the only practical way to get to the site.
Check for military camping. If you currently serve or have served in the past, you may be able to take advantage of free military camping. These military camping sites are spread throughout the United States so its very possible there’s one near the track you’re headed to.
Use your favorite RV and camping resources. RV resources like RVParkReviews.com or FreeCampsites.net can show you plenty of RV and other campsites near where you want to be. Check these out for possible low-cost or even free camping and RV options. The more resources you use, the better.
Contact your destination’s tourism board or visitor resources. These are people who are more than happy to help you out while staying in their town. Visitor resources are excellent resources to find whatever you need, including free camping.
Just try an internet search. RVers know that simple solutions are often the best and the same goes for finding a free campsite. If you’re going to a race at Talladega simply search for “Free Talladega Camping,” or “Free Talladega RV Parks.” You’ll be surprised to find how much free camping is out there.
If you can finish out a fun weekend at a NASCAR event while also saving money, hats off to you. Try these tips or check RV forums for more advice on how to find great free RV camping for your next race day outing.