NASCAR weekend is a time when people get to leave behind the stresses of everyday life and really let loose over the whole weekend. Parties, tailgating, and fun are always a part of a NASCAR campsite, but there is also a point during race weekends where it’s time to quiet down. These are known as the campsite’s quiet hours. Let’s look more into quiet hours at NASCAR-affiliated campsites and what they mean to RVers and campers.
NASCAR Campsites and Quiet Hours
Finding Your Site’s Quiet Hours
Most NASCAR campsites do come with quiet hours. Quiet hours are times designated by the campsite where people are strongly encouraged to pack it in for the night. No loud music, no conversation over the campfire, and no other extra noise. Quiet hours vary from site to site but are typically around midnight to around sunrise.
It’s important for you to know your site’s quiet hours before you find yourself kicked off the grounds for being too loud. Quiet Hours are likely posted around your campsite and on that particular track’s website. Know the hours and observe them to avoid trouble with campsite personnel.
Sites Without Quiet Hours
Not every NASCAR campsite observes quiet hours. Tracks where NASCAR is a big event such as Talladega Superspeedway often have sites where people are allowed to go nuts all night and into the morning. If you plan on really making the most of the weekend, you should look into one of these sites. If you like your rest, try to choose a site that has extended quiet hours.
Quiet Hours and Generators
It just wouldn’t be a NASCAR campground without the sound of generators in the air. The rules on generators and quiet hours vary from site to site so it’s best to check with site personnel or use the track’s website to figure out if you can run your generator through quiet hours. Better to know beforehand than to have a knock on your motorhome at 1 in the morning to shut things off.
Different RVers celebrate the NASCAR weekend differently, but it’s important for all to know their site’s quiet hours. Pick a site whose hours match your habits to have a carefree time at your next NASCAR event.