Can you hear them coming? On March 4th the “World Center of Racing” will roar to life with a half-million sun-seeking bikers converging for one of the most popular motorcycle rallies in the world, the 75th annual Daytona Bike Week.
For ten epic days and nights, motorcycle enthusiasts of every stripe will cruise in and around this beach city for rallies, races and rowdy good times. If you’ve always wanted to go, what are you waiting for? Leave the kids at home for this biker bucket list event and check out our RVer Survival Guide to Daytona Bike Week.
Places to Park Your Rig for Bike Week
RV camping in Daytona is available in all flavors and prices. But you’d better hurry, spots are filling up now. iRV2 members have great advice like:
“we also like the Daytona Flea Market….. they have reservable sites with electric and water. Close to the track and a short ride to Main Street or Beach Street and an easy back road way to get to the Iron Horse and and on the same road as the Cabbage Patch– just a few miles away.” – PanJH
Or maybe you’d like to get a luxury spot right where the actions happens at the Daytona International Speedway Campgrounds. Splurge and camp on the infield along the shores of Lake Lloyd for ten days. For $620 you get a 20’x55′ RV side complete with perks like two admission passes to the infield, general admission stadium seats, Sprint FANZONE and garage access.
Speedway camping is available for every budget. For example if you’re arriving with a small pop-up trailer or truck camper, your camping fees are covered with the price of admission. Camp free inside the GEICO Campgrounds located in Turns 3 and 4 with up-close views of the 31-degree banked track.
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