Just spent another weekend camping at the Mosport racing circuit in Ontario had a great time,no electric or water but good if set up for boon docking. We are heading South this month and would like to visit some tracks in the States. Road Atlanta Georgia and Barber motorpark near Birmingham Alabama look interesting.Does anyone no what the camping is like at these or any other tracks.
As one of the track announcers of Myrtle Beach Speedway, I'd like to extend a invitation to you to visit our NASCAR Track here at the beach.
Here is the remaining schedule for 2007
8 Twin Late Models-Limteds-Mini-Street Stocks
15 Super Trucks-Limiteds-Mini-Street Stocks
& Mini-Cup 50 Laps
22 Twin Late Models-Limiteds-Mini-Street Stocks
8 Hooterís ProCup 250
15/16/17/18 Myrtle Beach ď400Ē
I don't have any "pull" with the Hooter's ProCup race since they bring in their own crew to do the race, but I would definitely recommend the MB400 in November. It's the largest NASCAR Late Model Division Race on the East Coast! Four days of Time Trials, Qualifying, & Racing.
The track has no camping hook-ups, however there are always teams and fans parking RV's & trailers on the grounds during race week. Of course, Myrtle Beach has plenty of campgrounds within a easy drive to the track. Let me know, and I'll check further if you'd like.
BTW September thru December is the "hidden season" in Myrtle Beach SC. Temp's stay in the 70's up until Thanksgiving and the beach is a lot less crowded than in the summer. Ocean temps stay warm and swimable for a long time. Fall
is my favorite time of year.
Check out the track's website here.
And if you'd like a chuckle you can see me in action as track announcer on youtube.com MyrtleBeachSpeedwayTV
BTW, there's some great racing footage there as well...
If you can make one of our races & I'll see what I can do about some perks.