- Gates Open Thursday at Noon and close Midnight to 6 am daily - please plan accordingly.
- Gate prices do not change until Midnight. If you arrive prior to midnight, you will be charged that day’s admission.
- On-site Camping available Thursday – Sunday.
- Premier Camping is located near the Main Entrance and is limited in quantity.
- All Fan Camping is located beyond the dirt circle track.
- All vehicles on premises overnight must have a camping permit.
- We will park you as you arrive, in the next available space, in the area of your choice. You may not save spots for people who will arrive later.
- Camping spaces are no wider than 20’.
- All tents/awnings must be staked down securely.
- No campsites, tents or awnings permitted within 40’ of the motocross track fence.
- 10 p.m. Curfew. Fans must return to their campsites by 10 p.m. each night, we ask that you do not roam around after that.
- 11 p.m. Quiet Time. No loud music or generators after this time.
- Search Policy: All vehicles are subject to search at any time.
- Prohibited items:
- No glass bottles in fan viewing areas
- No drones or remote-control aircraft
- No fireworks
- No weapons
- No open campfires - gas and charcoal cooking grills only permitted no larger than 20".
- Track is not responsible for confiscated items.
- Pit Vehicles:
- No Pit Bikes or ATVs allowed on National Weekend.
- Pit Vehicles (Golf Carts & Side-By-Sides) prohibited Saturday from 7am - 7pm. Otherwise Pit Vehicles permitted for campers only.
- Pets allowed: Must remain on leash at all times. Must stay in Camping Area and Amateur Pits. No pets allowed on Pro Side A or in Fan Viewing Areas on Saturday.
- Fire Extinguishers. All campers/haulers over 20’ should be equipped with a fully functioning fire extinguisher.
- Sanitation: Please use our trash receptacles. If you need trash bags, you can get them from the front gate.
Be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Motocross Racing is a family activity, and one of the most exciting features is the opportunity to camp out and have fun with your family and friends. However, if you are staying overnight in an RV or vehicle, or using a generator, you need to be aware of the dangers of Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning. CO is a poisonous, colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that can be released when burning gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane or wood.
Mind your vehicle and generator exhaust while in close proximity to your family and neighbors. Do not place your generator directly under a slide-out or under your vehicle, where the fumes can seep into the camper. Make sure all exhaust fumes are properly and fully vented, so that they do not become trapped or seep into your sleeping quarters. When sleeping in a van, car or truck, make sure the exhaust is unobstructed if you run the engine for heat. Even when sleeping outdoors under the stars, make sure you are not too close to an exhaust. Devastating consequences can result without proper ventilation.
What to do if you suspect someone has been poisoned:
When you suspect CO poisoning, promptly taking the following actions can save lives:
- Move the victim immediately to fresh air in an open area
- Call 911 and notify track officials immediately.
- Administer CPR if the victim has stopped breathing. (Be careful not to expose yourself to fatal levels of CO poisoning when administering CPR).
Know the dangers of Carbon Monoxide poisoning. For more information, please visit the United States Environmental Protection Agency page on Carbon Monoxide. http://www.epa.gov/iaq/co.html
Here are some frequently asked questions regarding Camping. For more information on the Budds Creek National, please call our offices at (304) 284-0084.
What is the difference between Fan Camping and Preferred Camping?
Preferred Camping is generally located much closer to the track, tends to have more families, and is more expensive.
Is camping based on reservations or first-come basis?
In order to get all of the campers parked in a safe and orderly fashion, camping is first-come.
Is there electric or water hook ups for RVs?
No. All camping is primitive.
I have an RV but my wife will be arriving later in her own car. Does she have to pay for camping?
Only if her vehicle is a camper or has sleeping quarters. We have Extra Car Passes for campers that have an additional non-camping vehicle. The cost is $30 for the weekend. You can only purchase an Extra Car Pass if you purchase a camping pass.
Further questions, concerns or ADA requests can be directed to [email protected]