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2022 NASCAR Weekend Camping Protocols and Policies

Camping at the racetrack can create memories that can last a lifetime. Before you set up your campsite, take a look at these policies that will help you maximize your weekend getaway at the speedway.

Exterior Campground Operating Times: 

Opens: Wednesday, July 6 at 9 AM
Closes: Monday, July 11 at 12 PM
 
Infield Campground Operating Times: 
Opens: Thursday, July 7 2 p.m.
Closes: Monday, July 11 at 12 p.m.
*Please Note: Fans will not be able to exit the infield on Sunday for 1 hour after the conclusion of the Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart. 
 

If you have any additional questions or concerns regarding campground times, please contact our ticket office. 

Upon arrival, please head directly to your assigned campground using the Campground Map where a camping supervisor will provide your campsite credentials for your assigned campsite(s). A valid photo ID with the campsite purchaser’s full name is required to complete check in. If you are not aware of your assigned camping location, that information can be viewed in your Atlanta Motor Speedway Ticket Account by using the Atlanta Motor Speedway App. Please follow the instructions HERE to login and view your campsite location(s).

If you do not see a camping supervisor present, please head to your assigned campsite to begin set up and a supervisor will come by shortly to complete check in. Be sure to only set up within your assigned campsite(s). If you are unsure of your campsite location, please wait for a supervisor or call 770-946-4211 for assistance. Detailed campground maps can be found HERE

If you have yet to purchase a campsite, please head to Main Ticket Office during business hours to do so. A campsite and campground will be assigned to you at that time.

Yes! Levy will be riding around the campgrounds in golf carts three hours before the gates open, selling ice. Please note: these transactions will be CASHLESS.

Enjoy free on-site pickup for groceries and more during the Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart Weekend.

United Site Services will be on-site during the Quake State 400 Presented by Walmart weekend. They will be offering RV pumping and water delivery services as well as the option to rent a portable restroom.

To help reduce the temptation to gather and celebrate, the track will ask all campers to adhere to quiet times.

  • Family RV campgrounds: 10:00 PM - 7:00 AM
  • All other campgrounds: 12:00 AM - 7:00 AM

Be sure to have your tickets/admissions ready upon arrival before entry and pre-screening.

 

RV, pop-up, and tent campers will be staged to go through a security pre-screening process in the Orange Lot. During this staging period, all guests must remain inside their RV/vehicle. 

  • Drones (includes any unmanned aerial vehicles)
  • Hoverboards
  • Weapons
  • Fireworks
  • Advertising banners
  • NO temporary scaffolding is allowed. All ladders and platforms must be permanently attached to vehicles.
  • Offensive signs, flags or banners, lewd behavior, and profanity, as determined by AMS in its sole discretion, will not be tolerated. This includes the confederate flag.
  • Any other items restricted by local, state, and federal laws.

Exterior Camping Policies

Camping Policies for NASCAR Event Weekends.

Upon arrival, please head directly to your assigned campground using the Campground Map where a camping supervisor will provide your campsite credentials for your assigned campsite(s). A valid photo ID with the campsite purchaser’s full name is required to complete check in.

If you are not aware of your assigned camping location, that information can be viewed in your Atlanta Motor Speedway Ticket Account by using the Atlanta Motor Speedway App. Please follow the instructions HERE to login and view your campsite location(s).

If you do not see a camping supervisor present, please head to your assigned campsite to begin set up and a supervisor will come by shortly to complete check in. Be sure to only set up within your assigned campsite(s).

If you are unsure of your campsite location, please wait for a supervisor or call 770-946-4211 for assistance. Detailed campground maps can be found HERE.

If you have yet to purchase a campsite, please head to Main Ticket Office during business hours to do so. A campsite and campground will be assigned to you at that time.

Campfires on open, unprotected ground are PROHIBITED. Campfires in above-ground containers are allowed. Fires underneath awnings, dining canopies, or bonfires will not be allowed. Do not place hot coals in trash cans or dumpsters.

Dumping stations are in the following locations:

• Exterior: Service road “G” in between Unreserved RV and Unreserved Tent camping lots.

• Exterior: Service road “M” between purple and green parking lots.

For safety of all fans, NO golf carts or ATVs are allowed on Speedway grounds. Only purpose-built single person vehicles for handicapped persons will be allowed.

The use of public address systems, bullhorns, and other devices generating excessively loud noise are PROHIBITED at all times. AMS reserves the right to judge what constitutes excessively loud noise levels.

To ensure a positive experience for all guests, we ask pet owners to follow the policies listed below. Guests not adhering to these policies may be requested to board their pets immediately.

  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times.
  • Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets and must dispose of their waste properly.
  • Please be respectful of your neighbors' space.
  • Excessive barking or aggressiveness is not permitted.
  • Pets are not allowed in the garages, grandstands, or any restricted access areas.

Service Animals:

  • Service animals are welcome throughout the property but must remain leashed or harnessed at all times.
  • Guests are required to bring their own pet waste disposal bags.
  • Guests may request wheelchair seating to accomodate the service animals safely and comfortably.
  • Service Animals are not allowed in the garages, grandstands, or any restricted access areas.

• Drones (includes any unmanned aerial vehicles)

• Hoverboards, skateboards, bicycles, and rollerblades

• Weapons of any type

• Fireworks

• Advertising banners

• NO temporary scaffolding is allowed. All ladders and platforms must be permanently attached to vehicles.

• Offensive signs, flags or banners, lewd behavior and profanity, as determined by AMS in its sole discretion, will not be tolerated.

• Any other items restricted by local, state and federal laws.

There is 24-hour security available. Please do not hesitate to report any disorderly conduct to the campground supervisor or any security official. Fireworks, firearms, or drugs are never allowed on the premises. Security can be reached at 770.707.5015.

AMS recommends all generators have an exhaust flow pipe and be placed on the entry side of the camper. Please show courtesy toward your neighbors in the placement of generators. AMS security or campground officials may ask that you relocate your generator if it disturbs those camping around you. Warning: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning is possible with camping equipment. Follow equipment instructions! The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) warns to never run a motor vehicle, generator, or any gasoline-powered engine less than 20 feet from an open window, door, or vent where exhaust can vent into an enclosed area.

ALCOHOL

Alcohol is permitted, please keep in mind this is a family camping area. Profanity and excessive noise will not be tolerated.

QUIET HOURS

The hours between 10:00 PM and 7:00 AM will be the designated quiet hours. Please be courteous to your neighbors and keep music to a level only heard within your campsite.

What is Carbon Monoxide?

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, deadly gas.

Since you can’t see, taste, or smell it, carbon monoxide can kill you before you know it is there.

Safeguards

  • Never take a barbecue into a tent, awning, caravan or motorhome. A warm, smoldering barbecue gives off plenty of poisonous carbon monoxide (CO), which can kill.
  • Never use a fuel-burning appliance to heat your tent or awning. Gas and kerosene heaters –unless they are permanently fitted in a caravan or motorhome-should only be used outside. Stoves and barbecues are designed for cooking not space heating.
  • Never run a gas-, petrol-or diesel-powered generator inside a caravan, motorhome, tent or awning. Unless there’s an area specifically designed for this purpose and you’re sure there is adequate ventilation. To work safely gas, and other fueled stoves need more ventilation than your tent or awning is designed to provide and there’s also the risk of fire.
  • Don’t use any other gas, charcoal or liquid fuel appliances inside a tent or awning. Gas –powered fridges and lamps, for example, also need plenty of ventilation to prevent them producing poisonous carbon monoxide. Tents and awnings aren’t generally designed with this in mind.
  • Always have gas appliances in your caravan or motorhome serviced regularly.

Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

  • Carbon monoxide poisoning is like a form of slow suffocation. It quickly replaces the oxygen in your blood that your organs need to function.
  • Lower levels of exposure to carbon monoxide causes symptoms similar to the flu, such as headaches, fatigue, nausea, dizzy spells, confusion and irritability.
  • Higher levels of exposure to carbon monoxide will result in vomiting, collapse, coma and finally death.

Infield Camping Policies

Infield Camping Policies for NASCAR Event Weekends

Upon arrival, please head directly to the Main Infield Tunnel located on Speedway Blvd near Turns 1 & 2. Our security team will then perform a security inspection. Once complete, a supervisor will provide your campsite credentials for your assigned campsite(s) and any additional infield camping items purchased. A valid photo ID with the campsite purchaser’s full name is required to complete check in.

At check in, you will receive a camping packet with your campsite location and other information. Your campsite location can also be view before arrival in your Atlanta Motor Speedway Ticket Account by using the Atlanta Motor Speedway App. Please follow the instructions HERE to login and view your campsite location(s).

Detailed campground maps can be found HERE to see exactly where your campsite is located within the infield.

If you have yet to purchase an infield campsite, please head to Main Ticket Office during business hours to do so. A campsite and campground will be assigned to you at that time.

All fans who wish to enter the infield must purchase an infield wristband.

Adult Infield Admission Wristbands can be purchased prior to race weekend for $65 by calling the Ticket Office at 877-9-AMS-TIX. Prices increase to $100 on race weekend. Child Infield Admission Wristbands (12 & Under) are free and may collect their wristband upon arrival to the Main Tunnel.

There will be a one hour hold on the main tunnel and service tunnel following the Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart on Sunday, July 10th. Vehicles will not be able to leave the tunnels until this hold is over.

If you wish to drive out of the infield in a vehicle and re-enter anytime during the weekend, you must have an infield tow pass.

Infield Tow Passes can be purchased prior to race weekend for $50 by calling the Ticket Office at 877-9-AMS-TIX. Prices increase to $80 on race weekend. 

A dump station is located near the Flock Brothers Corral restrooms

Campfires are allowed in the infield! 

Campfires on open, unprotected ground are PROHIBITED. Campfires in above-ground containers are allowed. Fires underneath awnings, dining canopies, or bonfires will not be allowed. Do not place hot coals in trash cans or dumpsters.

Each camping pass must be affixed to the front windshield; if not, the pass will be considered void and confiscated.

All infield campers must have a tow vehicle pass (one pass is included with camping purchase).

Any additional tow vehicles will need to purchase an infield parking pass.

The tunnel entrance is located between Turns One and Two and allows access for vehicles up to 14'6" high. The tunnel is open 24hrs/day from 2:00 PM on Thursday – 2:00 PM on Monday (pending weather).

Platforms are allowed in the infield however they must be permanently attached to vehicles. Absolutely no temporary scaffolding is allowed. Platforms cannot be any taller than 10’.

The hours between 12:00 AM (midnight) and 7:00 AM will be the designated quiet hours. Please be courteous to your neighbors and keep music to a level only heard in your site.

Flags above 10' in height must be lowered during ALL on-track activity.

What is Carbon Monoxide? Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, deadly gas. Since you can’t see, taste, or smell it, carbon monoxide can kill you before you know it is there. Safeguards Never take a barbecue into a tent, awning, caravan or motorhome. A warm, smoldering barbecue gives off plenty of poisonous carbon monoxide (CO), which can kill. Never use a fuel-burning appliance to heat your tent or awning. Gas and kerosene heaters –unless they are permanently fitted in a caravan or motorhome-should only be used outside. Stoves and barbecues are designed for cooking not space heating. Never run a gas-, petrol-or diesel-powered generator inside a caravan, motorhome, tent or awning. Unless there’s an area specifically designed for this purpose and you’re sure there is adequate ventilation. To work safely gas, and other fueled stoves need more ventilation than your tent or awning is designed to provide and there’s also the risk of fire. Don’t use any other gas, charcoal or liquid fuel appliances inside a tent or awning. Gas –powered fridges and lamps, for example, also need plenty of ventilation to prevent them producing poisonous carbon monoxide. Tents and awnings aren’t generally designed with this in mind. Always have gas appliances in your caravan or motorhome serviced regularly. Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Carbon monoxide poisoning is like a form of slow suffocation. It quickly replaces the oxygen in your blood that your organs need to function. Lower levels of exposure to carbon monoxide causes symptoms similar to the flu, such as headaches, fatigue, nausea, dizzy spells, confusion and irritability. Higher levels of exposure to carbon monoxide will result in vomiting, collapse, coma and finally death.