The Kansas Speedway, one of the premier motorsports facilities in the Midwest, hosts two NASCAR race weekends each year on its 1.5 mile oval track, along with other events. The first NASCAR race weekend at the track is May 6-8, with another weekend in the fall. The big race of the weekend begins at 6:30pm on Saturday, May 6. You can see it up close and watch the thrill of the chase from the stands or from the infield, making it an experience you won’t soon forget!
Fans can make the whole weekend surrounding a NASCAR race a lot of fun! Guests are allowed to bring in one 14x14x14-inch soft-sided cooler or school backpack with food and beverages (alcohol is allowed, but no glass containers). They may also bring stadium cushions, blankets, cameras, binoculars, signs, and strollers. For a complete list of what is and isn’t allowed inside on Race Day, checkhere. There is also a Lost and Found, and the raceway even puts all items in an online catalog you can check later, in case you get home and discover something missing. There is ADA parking if you have a placard, and there are golf carts and trams to help those with mobility issues.
400 Speedway Blvd
Kansas City, KS 66111
RV camping is a great way to experience a NASCAR event! You get a unique, up-close view of all the action, and have all your food, drinks, and other necessities just a few steps away. No lugging chairs and coolers up stadium steps for you! The Kansas City Speedway has six campgrounds to choose from including the infield, the Turn 3 terrace, the Turn 1 terrace, and more. RV camping at a NASCAR race is the perfect way to spend the weekend with friends or family, enjoying the race and making memories together. All motorhomes must be self-driven (no fifth wheel campers) and self-contained with running water and a holding tank for wastewater. You can find out morehere.
You can also camp nearby:
Walnut Grove RV Park - has 30 and 50-amp service with full hookups, a dump station, showers, laundry, a dog park, and WiFi.
Miller’s Kampark - 30 and 50-amp service, with water, sewer, and WiFi. There are showers and laundry, and a pool.
Basswood Resort - has full hookups with 30 and 50-amp service, WiFi, a splash playground, a pool, and a pizza parlor.
Trailside RV Park & Campground - has pull-through sites, full hookups, showers, laundry, WiFi, a playground, a pool, an on-site snack store, a free dump station, and an RV camper service center next door.
Whether you own a motorhome or use a rental from RVshare, RV camping is a great way to travel to the NASCAR races! You’ll be able to spend all day at the races, then head back to your own quiet retreat, with food and other comforts of home.
If you decide not to camp, there are plenty of hotels in the area as well. There are plenty of chain hotels and motels, so if you have a favorite, check their website to see if they have one in Kansas City. You can often find good deals on travel sites like Expedia or Travelocity as well.
From I-70: Take exit I-70 at 110th St. (exit 410). You’ll be routed to Speedway Blvd, and parking attendants will direct you from there.
From east of I-435: Take State Ave. west to the speedway.
From I-435: Take I-70 west to 110th St. (exit 410). If there are delays, take the Parallel Parkway exit. Take Parallel Parkway to 110th St. and take a left (near Target). You will be led back to State Ave. and then be directed to the KC Speedway lots.
General parking on the grass lots around the property is always free. You can purchase parking closer to the grandstands here.
Tickets can be purchasedonline. There are a variety of different options, from individual tickets to fan experiences you can purchase for the weekend.
We at RVshare love helping people find exciting events to experience! Whether you’re an avid NASCAR fan or this is your first race experience, you’re sure to have a blast and create lots of great memories. Heading to the race in an RV is a great, stress-free way to travel. Regardless of whether you visit the races in an RV rental from us or use other accommodations, we’d love to see pictures of your experience! Send us photos at [email protected], and tag us on social media to share your visit. Your adventures could be featured on our blog or social media!
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Please note, this is not the official source of the event information. While we try to be as comprehensive as possible, some details may have changed since the time this article was written. Please confirm final details with the official event page .