COTA Parking, Camping, and Info

On January 29, 2013 by admin

I’ve gotten a couple emails asking about parking and camping for events at COTA, and rather than write a book on the COTA parking and camping page I’ll try to explain a little real quick here:

Chris COTA ParkingCampers and folks looking to park are welcome year round, whether you’re in town for a track day, SCCA race, solar car expo, TV shoot or one of the big events like F1, MotoGP, Grand-AM, V8 Supercars or Kenny Chesney, we’ll be glad to have you with us! Prices vary because we only offer a complete suite of services for the big events (like complimentary breakfast and coffee), and because of demand. We’ve also got discounts for volunteers at SCCA events and folks leasing cars from us for track days. There are also group discounts for those that can commit ahead of time, so if you and your friends are thinking about visiting us, tell ‘em to pony up!

I’m working hard clearing more room in back every day so that folks looking to camp can have their own space if they want it, or be near their friends while maintaining privacy — we’ve got 17 acres so there’s lots of room! If you’ve got an RV and need to dump, we have 2 dump connections next to the shop building. If you want to stay hooked up to one, you’ll need to contact me to see about pricing. If you’re staying with us you’re more than welcome to dump coming in, as many times as you need during your stay, and again before you leave! There’s also multiple water hookups nearby, but as of January, 2013 we do not have water, sewer and power at individual camping spots. If demand is there, we’ll be glad to build those, so come camp with us this year and show us it’s worth the investment!

Thanks to those that have already contacted me, and if you still have any questions or to request a group rate, head over to the Contact Page and let me know how many folks you’re expecting and how many tents/RVs!

- Chris

2 Responses to “COTA Parking, Camping, and Info”

  • Merl Hansen

    Chris, am planning on using your facilities for both the GrandAm and SCCA weekends. Will arrive Thursday both weekends.

    My camping consists of a tent. do not need hookups. I am told I am a noisy sleeper.

    Cheers,

    Merl