The Daytona 500 is the beginning of the cup racing series of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). The opening event is known as The Super Bowl of NASCAR.

The Daytona 500 is a unique experience that hosts major events like pre-race concerts, aerial spectacles by the United States Air Force Thunderbirds, championships, autograph sessions, and more!

For those interested in the event, an RV rental will transform The Daytona 500 into a memorable experience, here is why:

Making New Rv Friends

If you are first starting to experience the RV lifestyle, while you might love to hit the road on your own and travel alone, meeting new people and making friends on the road can be hard.

The buildup of euphoria brings people together. If we may say so, there is no better way to bond with new people than by celebrating in the exciting races.

RV rentals Florida helps you experience The Daytona 500 along with people with like-minded interests like camping and sports races!

Comfort in the Middle of The Daytona 500 Action 

The Daytona 500 experience is not complete without camping. There is nothing like attending the most popular car race while RV camping. There are plenty of camping sites to choose from. Depending on what you want or need, you can either book an infield spot — where all the action happens — or a tailgating spot — a laid back location to chill near all the festivities.

The camping options offered by Daytona International Speedway are:

Red RV

The campground divides into 3 areas: 

GEICO Red RV

Located near all the festivities, it includes:

  • One reserved spot for Class A RVs (20’x40’) 
  • An extra car pass (besides the RV)
  • Two adult infield wristbands
  •  No hookups

The premium GEICO Red RV area includes all of the above plus electric and water hookups.

Busch Clash At DAYTONA Weekend. 

Enjoy of the first Daytona Speedweek weekend in a campground that includes: 

  • A general admissions spot 
  • No hookups

GEICO Horseshoe RV

The campground is located near Turn 1. Campers can enjoy the view of cars racing from the Frontstretch to the high banks. The location includes:

  • A reserved spot for Class A RVs (20’x40’)
  • Two adult infield wristbands
  • An extra car pass (besides the RV)
  • No hookups

Park West RV 

It is located right outside of Turns 1 and 2. The site includes:

  • A reserved spot of 20’x45’ 
  • An extra car pass (besides the RV)

The premium area of Park West RV includes all of the above plus electric and water hookups. 

Lake Lloyd 

It is on the infield near Lake Lloyd. Along with the beautiful lake view, the waterfront campground includes:

  • A reserved 20’x55’ RV site
  • Controlled and limited access
  • Electric and water hook-ups
  • Two adult infield wristbands
  • An extra car pass (besides the RV)

Yellow RV 

Campers get a premium view of the Daytona race from a camping site inside Turns 1 and 2. The location includes:

  • A reserved 20’x40’ RV spot
  • Two adult infield wristbands
  • An extra car pass

The premium Yellow RV area includes all of the above plus electric and water hookups.

Green RV 

Located inside Turn 4. The campground includes:

  • A reserved 20’x40’ grass RV site
  • Two adult infield wristbands
  • An extra car pass 
  • No hookups

All of the campgrounds mentioned above offer free entry for kids 12 and under. 

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