There are several campgrounds on the Talladega property, but there are several restrictions depending on which campground you choose. The Geico North campground is free, but usually crowded and very dusty. The are no restrictions in this park, so it can get noisy. There is also a 3/8 mile dirt track just East of the campground with lots of noise and dust. Geico West camprgound is also free, and tends to be crowded. It also has no restrictions. Geico South Campground is also free, but tends to be crowded, and noisy. No restrictions.The infield campground is expensive and has several restrictions including shutting down your generator at 10:00 PM. There are several reserved Campgrounds with varying prices that border the track.You would have to go to Talladegasuperspeedway.com to find out specifics on these campgrounds. We have been to Talladega many times,but decided long ago to stay in Cheaha State Park, about 30 minutes East of Talladega, then drive in every day (parking not a problem) to attend the festivities. It is very reasonable, full service facilities, and a beautiful campground with many NASCAR fans. Hope this helps you some.
Jim and Lynda, (Sophie, Jake, attack trained killer Shi-Tzus :-))
2003 Fleetwood Expedition 38N 2005 Saturn Vue