Your RV Guide to Texas Motor Speedway

Texas Motor Speedway

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They say that everything’s bigger in Texas and that phrase rings true when it comes to NASCAR races as well. RVers flock to Texas and RVers flock to NASCAR events so why not combine both by RVing to a NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway? RVers have long been drawn to screaming fans and loud engines but we know that RVing to a NASCAR event can be a little intimidating.

That’s why we want to help you with information on RVing to Texas Motor Speedway. Let’s look at the track itself, RV accommodations at and near Texas Motor Speedway as well and tips and tricks to make your trip easier. You’ll be living big at Texas Motor Speedway in no time.

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About Texas Motor Speedway

At 1.5 miles long and 24-degree banks, Texas Motor Speedway is one of the fastest non-restrictor plate tracks on the NASCAR circuit. The track is owned by Speedway Motorsports, Inc. They also own other fantastic tracks such as Atlanta Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, and Bristol Motor Speedway.

Texas Motor Speedway opened its doors on February 29, 1996, and has been hosting NASCAR sanctioned races since 1997. Texas Motor Speedway currently hosts two weekends of major NASCAR racing in the spring and fall.

RVing to Texas Motor Speedway

There are several different ways to RV camp right at Texas Motor Speedway and unfortunately, there are too many options to list at once. Here is a highlight of some of the different RV camping you can expect to find at Texas Motor Speedway. For full information on RV camping at Texas Motor Speedway, please visit their RV and camping page.

Winstar World Casino and Resort Reserved Camping

  • 20-foot x 40-foot sites
  • Access to bathrooms/showers
  • Tram pickup/dropoff
  • $350 to $500 season reserved spot

VIP Luxury Camping

  • 20-foot x 45-foot paved sites
  • Access to bathrooms/showers
  • Tram pickup/dropoff
  • Electric/water hookups
  • One free waste disposal
  • 24-hour security
  • $1,500 season reserved spot

Unreserved Camping

  • 20-foot x 40-foot sites
  • Wall, interior and paddock sites.
  • Access to bathrooms/showers
  • First come, first serve
  • Tram pickup/dropoff
  • $75

RV Camping Near Texas Motor Speedway

Not everyone wants to be rubbing their elbows with neighbors at the crowded RV sites at Texas Motor Speedway. Here are two great nearby RV parks for those want more room and amenities.

Northlake Village RV Park in Roanoke, Texas
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Northlake Village RV Park in Roanoke, Texas

Located within just a few miles of Texas Motor Speedway, Northlake Village RV Park is a great choice for nearby RV camping. Large RV sites come outfitted with 20/30/50 amp electrical on top of water and sewer connections. Onsite you will find laundry, showers, and baths. Plenty of other great amenities including on-site management, fitness center, large concrete patios, and pet-friendly.

The Vineyards, Grapevine, Texas
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The Vineyards in Grapevine, Texas

Not just a great RV park to be close to the action of Texas Motor Speedway, but a fantastic RV park in its own right. Lakefront RV sites come with full-service utility hookups and are big-rig friendly. Bright and clean shower/bath facilities and laundromat help clean up everything after a fun day at the races. The onsite store is well built out with RV supplies, snacks, drinks, fishing supplies, toys, and more. The Vineyards rounds out its amenities with nature trails, campground activities, boat ramp, onsite rentals, swim beach, and more.

Tips and Tricks for RVing to Texas Motor Speedway

Here are some tips about RVing to the speedway to put you on the lead lap.

  • Find the proper gate that corresponds to your site before getting to the track. You will get in much sooner. Use Texas Motor Speedway’s direction guide for some of the best routes into the facility.
  • Noise curfew at 1 a.m. for all campgrounds.
  • Open-pit campfires are not allowed.
  • Make sure coolers you’re taking to the track meet size restrictions (14 inches x 14 inches x 14 inches).
  • No glass is allowed.
  • Bring plenty of water.
  • Bring earplugs as there are many generators running all hours of the day and night.

If everything is bigger in Texas, so too are the good times. RVing to the Texas Motor Speedway gives you plenty of choices at and around the track to have one heck of a NASCAR RVing experience.

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