Circuit of the Americas Camping

circuit of the americas camping and parkingWe’ve had a great time hosting a number of friends, new and old, for the inaugural MotoGP event in 2013 and the second F1 USGP for Circuit of the Americas camping! We appreciate all the business ya’ll have given us so far, and we look forward to many familiar faces as the months and years go by… we’ve already recognized many people from event to event. With that said, we’re adjusting our price structure a little — but don’t worry! We still have group rates, and for the majority of people this price change will have no effect. A little background will be below!

Camping pricing is now $25 per night per person — while a little harder to police, we’ve had more issue with the old rate structure and confusion, so this should make things simpler! We’ve still got the same great amenities, and we’ve still got the same great service. Don’t believe us? Ask some of the folks that have camped with us for MotoGP, V8 SuperCars, Grand-Am, ALMS and Formula 1/USGP! Or check our Facebook and Yelp reviews (some more on our Taylor Rotorsports Yelp page, too!)!

  • On-site shuttle, beer store shuttle! No more wandering around our 17 acres (when available)
  • AIRPORT SHUTTLE! Yes, we’ll pick you up at the airport! No more rental cars! Availability depends on arrival time, MAKE SURE TO EMAIL US BEFOREHAND
  • **Shuttle to the track POSSIBLE depending on WHAT COTA DECIDES to do for various events in 2014. Yes, we’ll have a van for airport shuttling, and will use it to haul across the street IF and ONLY IF COTA will allow it (they typically say NO, but this year everybody was doing it, so again we get left holding the bag trying to abide by the rules!)
  • Group discounts!
  • We’re ENTHUSIASTS not EXTORTIONISTS! Support locals and fellow racers!
  • Best value for Circuit Of The Americas camping — proximity, amenities and price!
  • Pay on-site! We can take credit cards in person or over the phone!

Camping on Square Market

Current Amenities for Circuit Of The Americas Camping:

      • Proximity to the track! Half mile walk from our gate to Turn 1 (when Lot T entrance is used)
      • Lovely camping spots amongst rustic Texas country views
      • Complimentary breakfast and coffee during big events
      • On-site and beer store shuttle! (NEW for 2014!)
      • Airport shuttle (NEW for 2014)
      • Some sort of live music during big events (F1, MotoGP, X-Games)
      • Showers currently under construction, available to all campers!
      • Numerous fire circles and cooking spots
      • Scenic wooded pond and dam area
      • RV dumps, don’t go home with a full tank!

 

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Planned Future Amenities:

      • Stocked pond for fishing
      • Pull-through RV spots with individual water, electricity and dump hookups
      • Meeting pavilion
      • Cabins in addition to dry/tent Circuit of the Americas camping

 

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14 thoughts on “Circuit of the Americas Camping

  1. Hi,

    I’m looking for camping possibilities for the upcoming MotoGP races.

    Some of my amigos and I will be riding down from northwest Colorado to attend the races. We were wondering about availability and prices for tent campsites with parking for bikes. Probably would be 4-6 bikes/persons total. Tents would be one per each rider and all will be 2-3man tents. What kind of facilities do you provide?

    If you don’t have availability ……….. do you have anyone else that you would recommend?

    Thanks for the info.

    Rob

    • Hi Rob, sent you a reply email, but I’ll post here too because you’ve asked some good questions!

      Still plenty of availability, we have 17 acres to fill!

      We’ll have 2 shower stalls, 2 lavatories, some fire pits and grills, live music Friday/Saturday nights and coffee/quick breakfast stuff in the mornings (cereal, poptarts, cinnamon rolls, etc).

      Turn 1 entrance is about 3/4 of a mile walk from our front gate. My understanding of MotoGP is they usually have bike corrals which mean free parking, but the walk isn’t too bad… you’ll certainly walk quite a bit more distance just going around the track than the walk from the campsites to the gate!

      -Chris

  2. do you charge for each motorcycle? I will have a 2 trucks with trailors for the bikes. So do i get charged just for the two trucks? do you have showers there?

    • Hi Michael, we’re only charging for the vehicle you drive in the gate originally… so you and whoever is in each truck is $50/night. You’re welcome to come and go on as many motorcycles as you want… we just ask you be respectful of others if coming back late at night!

      Thanks,
      Chris

  3. How do I make reservations for the Moto GP races in April. I and my son will be tenting.

    • Hi William, you can select the number of nights through the PayPal link on this page. It’s $50/night per vehicle, so as many folks as you can cram in or on whatever you come through the gate in! If you would prefer not to use PayPal you can mail a check to 13807 FM 812, Del Valle, TX 78617. You can also pay when you show up, but I have a cap on number of people we can support without running into issues. At the moment we’re not close but I’ve had a number of people contact me that haven’t RSVP’d!

      Thanks,
      Chris

  4. Do ya’ll have the hookups, water, electricity, sewage for toyhaulers/rvs? I see it is planned amenities.

  5. Hi there,
    We will be arriving real late on Thursday. Our flight lands at 12:15 and then we have to get our rental. If we prepay can we still come in and quietly find a spot to set up camp? It will likely be after 1am.
    Also we would like to camp Sunday night as well. Is this an option?
    Thanks,
    Rich and Melissa

  6. I paid for 3 nights for the F1 weekend, do I need to bring the receipt or pick out a site or anything?

    • Hi Dave, I’ve got an RSVP list with everybody that’s paid, so you’ll just check in at the office when you get here. I’ve got some maps of the property and you’ll be able to pick a spot then!

      Thanks,
      Chris

  7. Hi,
    I am coming down to MotoGP to camp with you. I noticed something about no pedestrian access to the circuit. You mentioned it’s a short walk….
    Let me know what the plan is.
    Thanks,
    Raimo

    • They’ve said that for F1, Grand-Am and the concerts as well… in reality, they have yet to enforce it and I would be surprised if they decide to enforce it for MotoGP given that 1) there is no bus shuttle like for F1 and 2) their reduction in projected attendence. In any case, we’re nearly directly across the street from the Lot P entrance so if they DO decide to enforce it this year we can run a “shuttle” the 100 feet to the driveway entrance.

      See you next week,
      Chris

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