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Old 04-07-2016, 12:45 PM   #1
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Going to Barber Motor Sports for the Indy Car race in a couple of weeks. Need help in finding a camp ground for a '37 motorhome.
Looking for suggestions anywhere in a 30 mile radius.
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Old 04-07-2016, 05:46 PM   #2
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Here are a few that I think are in a good location

Oak Mountain - Pelham Campgrounds | Good Sam Club

Birmingham South Campground - Pelham Campgrounds | Good Sam Club

Lakeside Landing Marina & RV Resort - Cropwell Campgrounds | Good Sam Club

Logan Landing RV Resort & Campground - Alpine Campgrounds | Good Sam Club
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Old 04-10-2016, 07:54 AM   #3
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Barber Motorsports has camping right on their grounds. Have you looked into that?
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Make sure you go to the motorcycle museum. It will blow you away.
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I stayed at the Birmingham South Campground Birmingham South Campgrounds | Just another WordPress site it was a former KOA and has plenty of large pull through sites. It is about 28 miles south of your destination. The place is clean and the people there are nice.

If you are into dry camping and don't have a pet you can try as Daydream37 suggests the camping at the speedway https://www.barbermotorsports.com/vi...es-camping.php
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Thank you for the suggestions,will definitely check out the museum.
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Thank you for the suggestions,will definitely check out the museum.
Hey JK!! Did you stay on Barbers campgrounds? I will be headed that way at the end of May to see the museum. Just wondering if you went and how it was.

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Unfortunately we never made it to the race. My father in law passed away on 4/17 and we had to make the drive from Dothan AL to MA. Right now we're still in Mass getting his house ready for sale. We hope to hit the road soon.
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