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Old 03-17-2014, 02:11 PM   #1
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Texas Motor Speedway...Reserved or UnReserved?

Been to lots of races at Texas Motor Speedway, but taking the RV for the first time so looking for any advise that I can get. We're not looking for an infield spot and the VIP section is to expensive for my desires.

Is there any real difference between the reserved or unreserved spots other than knowing exactly which spot is yours ahead of time?

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Old 03-17-2014, 08:01 PM   #2
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Haven't been in a few years, but to the best of my knowledge, the 'reserved' spots are concrete whereas the 'unreserved' spots are gravel. All were very flat and level (in our experiences) but concrete is much better. Again, I may be wrong but that's what I remember...

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The non-reserved spots are way out to the west from the track, much cheaper but they fill fast but I've always seen a few open spots throughout the weekend. The reserved spots are in 3 areas. Infield and asphalt parking are expensive. Infield is one big party. The Lone Star Campgrounds is the other reserved area. Campground 4 is a bit wild and another party area. Campground 3 is a little closer to the track and a bit quieter. Only hookups are on the asphalt campground. There are 2 dump stations side by side, usually pretty busy but they are there and do have potable water at them for your tank. If you need water but don't want to wait in line at dump station there are vendors driving around with water trailers that will fill you up for $25. There is a pretty efficient tram service to go to the track with. Buses only go to gate 1, trams will stop at all gates. There is a Brookshires Tent Store whose prices are the same as their regular stores
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