RVing to NASCAR events has been around just about as long as NASCAR itself. It’s a fact that the two activities go hand-in-hand but why is that? Let’s look into why NASCAR events tend to attract more RVers than a typical sporting event.
4 Reasons Why NASCAR RVing Makes the Perfect Combination
- There are certainly RVers who will follow their favorite NFL or MLB baseball team around the United States but NASCAR is different. In NASCAR there is no home field, or home park as the races take place in different settings every week. For the hardcore NASCAR fans, they will have to move along with the events. What better and more cost-effective way to move around the country than the RV? The RV allows fan to go just about anywhere they want, whenever they want.
- A football or baseball game is usually just a one-day event, but not NASCAR weekend. A traditional NASCAR event hosts races Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, giving fans and spectators a whole weekend of action. You could stay at a local motel during race weekend and have to deal with traffic, or you can take your RV right up to the track and have a welcoming space to stay all weekend.
- Many NASCAR tracks are relatively near, but not normally adjacent to large urban areas. This is opposed to most other professional sporting venues that are found very near if not directly in the heart of an urban area. Instead of booking a hotel room that is an hour outside of the track itself, many people choose RVs so they can wake up and be track side instantly.
- NASCAR is one of the only major sports to allow camping and RVing right in the middle of the action in the infield. Can you imagine being able to set up a chair on the 50 yard line of an NFL game? Well in many NASCAR tracks, that’s exactly what you get. This appeals to RVers who want to get right in the thick of the action.
There are several other reasons that NASCAR RVing works well together but these are some of the main culprits behind the great partnership or NASCAR and the RVing world. The only real way for you to find out what RVing to a NASCAR event is like, is to do it.