Campsites for the 2020 NASCAR Doubleheader Week will be open for six days, starting on Wednesday, June 24. This announcement comes as camping ticket holders made requests to arrive earlier and marks the first time fans are able to access camping this early in a given NASCAR-event week at Pocono Raceway. Additionally, less than 125 reserved campsites remain available for purchase.
Camping for the 2020 NASCAR Doubleheader Week will be open for a total of six days and five nights from 2:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 24 until Noon ET on Monday, June 29. All campers will check in at a new and faster RV/Camping Registration area before heading to their respective race week campsite. Upon arrival, campers will receive a welcome bag featuring several partner offerings, a map to navigate facility, important race week camping information and blue bags for recyclable items.
Less than 125 reserved campsites, including spots in the new Turn 1 camping area, are available for purchase. A total of four reserved camping areas are sold out, including Trackside RV, Infield Preferred RV, GEICO 50-Amp Infield RV and GEICO 50-Amp Family Grandstand RV. Pocono Raceway also offers General Admission RV and Tent camping in both their Infield and Family Grandstand (located outside Turn 3) areas. Kids, ages 12 and under, always camp for FREE during NASCAR events at Pocono Raceway. All camping tickets are only available while supplies last.
For complete camping information, please visit www.poconoraceway.com/tickets or call 1-800-722-3929.
The 2020 NASCAR Doubleheader week will open with ARCA Menards Series practice, qualifying and the General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 race on Thursday. On-track action on Friday will include NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series (Gander Trucks) practice and qualifying, along with two scheduled NASCAR Cup Series practice sessions. Saturday’s events will feature NASCAR Xfinity Series (Xfinity Series) practice, NASCAR Cup Series qualifying to set the field for that day’s race, a 150-mile Gander Trucks race and a 325-mile NASCAR Cup Series race. Xfinity Series Qualifying, the Pocono Green 225 Recycled by J.P. Mascaro & Sons Xfinity Series race and a 350-mile NASCAR Cup Series race rounds out the bucket-list motorsports week on Sunday.
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