Phoenix International Raceway Camping for Everyone
If you’re heading for a major race event at PIR, then be sure to check out the Phoenix International Raceway Camping facilities set up for race fans. Phoenix, the Land of Sun, is an ideal destination to attend a weekend of exciting auto racing!
You are almost guaranteed beautiful sunshine, warm temperatures and a thrilling weekend of racing! 😀 If you and your family have not been to the NASCAR races, then it’s definitely an event worth checking out and while spending the weekend camping as well!
You can pack up the RV and camp right at this wonderful race track. You simply do not know what you are missing, until you actually experience this type of sporting event in person! Have a look at this short video clip to give you an idea of just what to expect.
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Phoenix Speedway is situated in Avondale, Arizona. The race track is easily accessible located within 20 miles west of downtown Phoenix. It is situated in a beautiful setting, surrounded by the nearby Estralla Mountains. What other race track in the country is surrounded by beautiful cactus and gentle rolling hills?
PIR is a perfect one-mile, low banked tri-oval race track. It’s not too big and not too small. Fans get to experience the sounds and thrills of stock car racing up close!
One of the great things about attending a race in Arizona is the likely hood of getting rained out are very slim as well in this hot and sunny State. You are almost guaranteed beautiful sunshine each visit! 🙂 Our family have been going to and camping at these race events here for many years, traveling all the way from British Columbia Canada and will continue to do so for many more to come.
Phoenix averages 85% annual sunshine with as little as 8 inches rainfall annually.
Catch an Exciting Race Event at Phoenix International Speedway
Night setting in at PIR
If you choose to drive, fly or take your Recreational Vehicle to the track, it is very easy to get to either way and there are plenty of places to stay as well! There are great hotels, motels and Recreational Vehicle parks, all within a short distance from the race track.
Phoenix International Speedway
Enjoy Family Camping Right at the Track
Thousands of Campers at PIR
The facilities are ideal, from rustic camping sites, paved camping stalls to first class reserved sites with complete hook ups at track side. This race track has it all! You can camp for a full seven days in either reserved or unreserved camping spaces inside or just outside the race track for very reasonable prices. What a bargain!
Other than the few premier track side sites, these are dry camping sites, so your unit must be self – contained. Propane, water and waste dumping services are available for a fee should you require these extra services. There are plenty of on – site portable toilets to use if needed as well.
Phoenix International Raceway Camping Map
This map just gives you an idea of the size and choices for camping out at PIR. From more rustic camping to first class parking spaces for your Camper or Motor home, the choice is yours and the facilities are excellent!
Grocery Market at PIR
So you can pick your campsite, purchase groceries at the track and enjoy your weekend! Prices in the grocery are as competitive as if you were shopping in town for the convenience of race fans at PIR. This is great for us campers!
Safeway has taken over providing grocery items for race fans and they will be expanding their grocery selection for customers!
Courtesy Shuttle Trams for Campers
As well, there are continuous courtesy shuttle trams to taxi you from your campsite to the main gates of the race track. A great added bonus and convenience for the thousands of campers attending the races each year!
Nascar Premier Series Set to Test the Track
Phoenix Hosts Two Premier NASCAR Events Each Year
In addition to the two premier races held each year, the race track holds other great race events throughout the season. For complete race and detailed track information, be sure to their official website at …
Phoenix International Raceway Seating View
The picture above give you a general idea of the layout of the race track and where the grandstands are situated. Choose where you would like to seat and book that ticket for the next race!
Phoenix Raceway Newsletter
I would also recommend signing up for PIR’s periodic email newsletter. The track will send you a great newsletter occasionally filled with up to date news, upcoming events and much more. They will also notify you when ticket sales become available for each event. 🙂
“Family Fun at Phoenix Raceway!”
This area is a great place to visit anytime of the year!
Phoenix International Raceway Seating Chart
I have also included a map above showing the grandstand seating around the race track. [Click Here] and it will take you to the tracks website where you can get more detailed information on seating, as well as closer interactive look! Also, if you are really in for excitement, have a look at the Petty Driving Experience and take a spin or even drive a real race car around the track!
It’s a thrill of a lifetime and I highly recommend taking the family on this amazing experience. Be sure to check out my Race Experience video! 🙂
Safe Travels and See You at The Track!
Have you attended an Event at PIR? If so, what event did you attend and how was your experience at the track?
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