Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca offers Premier, Reserved (both reserved in advance) and General (first come, first served – open and unimproved) camp sites in five different locations around the track. Download the Camping Guide.
Grand Prix Reserved Sites 107 – 177. NO HOOKUPS. The Grand Prix Campground consists of 71 Reserved sites located outside the track between Turns 5 and 6. This area has no electrical or water hookups, but contains improved, level sites with a picnic table and fire pit. They are suitable for tents requiring stakes, cars, pickup campers, and smaller RV’s. Hot showers and a children’s play area are located within a short walk. Potable water points are located throughout the area. See the Track Map for the location of this campground’s position relative to the track.
Chaparral Premier Sites 1 – 82. ELECTRICAL and WATER HOOKUPS. The Chaparral Campground contains 75 Premier sites located just outside of Turn 5. All of the sites have electricity and water hookups. Each space has a level, asphalt pad with picnic table and fire pit. The Chaparral Campground contains two bathroom facilities, one with hot showers. The area is suitable for all types of campers, and there are a number of “pull through” sites for larger RV’s. See the Track Map for the location of this campground’s position relative to the track.
Can-Am Circle Premier Sites 83 – 103. ELECTRICAL and WATER HOOKUPS. Can-Am Circle is the smallest of the four campgrounds at Laguna Seca. It contains 21 Premier sites, and is located just outside Turn 5. A bathroom with hot showers is located a short walk from the area. Each space has a level, asphalt pad with picnic table and fire pit. The area is suitable for all types of campers. See the Track Map for the location of this campground’s position relative to the track.
Turn 9 (Corkscrew View)Premier Sites 551 – 574 Reserved Sites 601-612/621-634. NO HOOKUPS. See the Track Map for the location of this campground’s position relative to the track.
Turn 9/10/11 Premier Sites 360 – 413, Reserved Sites 415 – 438, 441-444, 451-530, and General Camping. NO HOOKUPS. Sites 360-413 are located just above the track on the lower tier of the newly terraced camping area. Sites 415-438 are located just above and behind sites 360-413. The remaining campsites sit behind sites 415-438. The Turn 9/10/11 area, as the name implies is located outside of Turns 9 and 11 on the east side of the track. There are no water or electrical hookups in this area. There is a bathroom facility, and a portable shower unit has been installed. The Premier sites offer level side camping with a commanding view of the action in Turns 9, 10, and 11. The remainder of the area is used for regular, nightly camping, and consists of a series of level and semi-level terraces with dirt and grass covering. There are no picnic tables or fire pits. Any cooking must be done in an enclosed container. See the Track Map for the location of this campground’s position relative to the track. See also Turn 11 camping map.
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Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is an irreplaceable, internationally-storied racing circuit that must be kept viable for racers and their fans worldwide. It is an integral part of life in the Monterey area. Because it cannot use investment capital, unlike other race tracks, to improve its facilities, SCRAMP (Sports Car Racing Association of the Monterey Peninsula) must call on those who benefit from and most appreciate the value of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca to come forward and ensure that those facilities are built.
The Laguna Seca Raceway Fund is a non-profit group that helps fund improvements at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca through private donations from fans and racers. This is where you, the motorsport enthusiast, can help.
The Laguna Seca Raceway Fund is an established non-profit 501(c)3 corporation with the purpose of raising the necessary capital to implement these improvements. In addition to the Steps to the Corkscrew Program, you can make donations directly to the Fund that are fully tax-deductible.
Thank you for you interest in the Laguna Seca Raceway Fund and in preserving and growing Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
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