With so many of the NASCAR teams headquartered near Charlotte, North Carolina the Charlotte Motor Speedway is like a home track.
With that as a backdrop, the Chase for The Sprint Cup hits the halfway point with Saturday night’s Bank of America 500.
After the completion of this race on the 1.5 quad oval there will only be five races left in The Chase and a clearer picture should emerge on who the serious title contenders will be.
Kevin Harvick drove to a win in the Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte back in June and he will look to pull the Charlotte double on Saturday night.
There is not a better way for NASCAR to mark the halfway point of The Chase for the Sprint Cup by returning to its roots.
165,000 fans will gather once again during early October for NASCAR racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
With that in mind here are several camping options if you are planning to attend the Bank of America 500.
YATES FAMILY CAMPING
This 44-site camp ground is located three quarters of a mile from the speedway.
It offers the following amenities:
• 24 RV hookup sites for Fifth Wheels, Travel Trailers, Toy Haulers, and Motorhomes
• 20 Full Hookup RV sites
• Free wireless internet
• Tent camping is available
• Pets are allowed
• Campfires are allowed – above ground
Rates run from $35-$45 a night during the Bank of America 500.
For more information www.yatesfamilycamping.com
This park is situated near the ticket office of the speedway and is an easy walk to the speedway.
It offers over 100 sites with the following amenities:
• Full 30 and 50 amp service for Fifth Wheels, Travel Trailers, Toy Haulers, and Motorhomes
• Water and sewer connections at each site
• Both grass and paved sites
• Concrete pads
• Picnic tables
• On-site gas station
• Paved roads
Rates are $30 and $150 a week, but they may vary during the week of the Bank of America 500.
For more information www.glenwoodacresrvpark.com
RV’s are permitted in the north infield section of the speedway for Fifth Wheels, Travel Trailers, Toy Haulers, and Motorhomes
No hook-ups are provided and fires must be contained in a fire pit with a solid base, sides and screen, and must be a minimum of eight inches off the ground.
Generators can be used but must be turned off by midnight.
For more information www.charlottemotorspeedway.com
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