Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas, will once again expand its
fan amenities with the addition of a family RV campground area that will
be in place for the 2010 race season.
Texas Motor Speedway will utilize a four-acre tract on the northeast
corner of the property to carve out a 158-space camping area that will
cater solely to families. The family campground area will be completely
fenced in and feature reserved spaces, around-the-clock presence by the
Fort Worth Police Department, 10 p.m. noise curfew and zero tolerance
policy for disruptive behavior of any sort, according to examiner.comt.
The pricing also is family friendly at $350 per year or $200 for
each NASCAR race weekend and $75 for the IZOD IndyCar Series weekend,
making it the least expensive reserved RV campground area that Texas
Motor Speedway offers.
The season package includes a reserved space for the April 15-18
Samsung Mobile 500 (NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide, ARCA Racing Series),
June 3-5 Texas 550k (IZOD IndyCar Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck
Series) and Nov. 4-7 Lone Star 500 (NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide,
Camping World Truck Series). Campers are permitted to load in the
Saturday prior for the two NASCAR weekends (April 10, Oct. 30) and the
Wednesday of race week (June 2) for the IZOD IndyCar Series race week.
“Some of our fans with families wanted a camping area with a bit
more peace and quiet so we decided to provide an area to meet their
needs for all three of our race weekends,” said Texas Motor Speedway
President Eddie Gossage. “We also made the pricing family friendly with
it being the least expensive reserved campground offer we have on
Reservations in the new area will be available beginning 9 a.m.
today (Dec. 9) by calling the Texas Motor Speedway ticket office at