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Old 04-10-2010, 06:37 PM   #1
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any suggestions on camping for the August Bristol race weekend for a 45' MH?
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Old 04-10-2010, 06:49 PM   #2
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Try NOW at Baileyton Rv Park. 1.423.234.4992. The reservations fill up fast for race week. It's about 40 mi.s south of Bristol. Exit # 36, Interstate 81. About 1.7 miles from the intersection. Good Sam park. Check our website below- 2009 campout pictures.Our Chapter was there then and will be there in 2 weeks.
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I concur on Baileytown rv park. We stayed there in 09 on our way back from Canada and it was great. I think this was the only campground rated 10. The owner is retired military and helps you back in and hook upl
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If you want to be near the track and be able to either walk to it or take a campground provided shuttle bus, then I suggest checking the BMS website. It lists all the local campgrounds. We've been season ticket holders to Bristol for years and have been a regular camper at the Shadrack CG, which will take a 45 foot rig if you get an early reservation. We now camp at the Peaceful Valley CG, which is run by a local church and is alcohol free. Both places provide free shuttle service. Personally, I don't like driving in pre or post race traffic, so I like to set up close to the track.

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