NASCAR season winding down with Ford 400
The NASCAR racing season is gearing up for the Ford 400 on November 21 and 22 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.
The track is located southwest of Miami in Homestead, Florida. It opened in 1995 and now has a seating capacity of 80,000. Fans love the track for its great sightlines of the track as well as its top-notch concessions.
The campground reserved RV lot offers spaces for the race weekend at a rate of $450. The space comes with daily newspaper delivery, two shower coupons, a driver's scanner frequency list and a speedway welcome pack in addition to the amenities offered in the unreserved lot. The reserved lot features tacked gravel roadways and numbered monuments to mark the spots.
The unreserved RV lot spaces are $325 for the weekend. They are located on grass or gravel and include the following standard amenities: dump station, potable water station, enhanced security, disability transportation to the admission gate, tram service within the RV lot, trash pick-up and a convenience store.
Services available for a fee include showers, water delivery and a pump-out service.