Pocono Raceway

Fancy an RV adventure to a beautiful part of the country? A trip to Pocono Raceway could be in the cards. Experience racing, nature, and much more.

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Pocono Raceway at 1234 Long Pond Road in Long Pond, Pennsylvania, is a must-visit destination. If it’s not the breath-taking scenery, Pocono Mountains, lakes, and state parks that lure you in, it might be the Pocono Raceway that does.

Pocono Raceway has been deeply entrenched in the history of Long Pond since the early 1970s. Known as the Tricky Triangle, it’s a superspeedway in the heart of the Pocono Mountains and has played host to two NASCAR series events annually.

This standout facility caters to nearly 80,000 visitors at any one time and is surrounded by nothing but trees and nature for as far as the eye can see. On your visit to Pocono Raceway, you’re on the doorstep to Fern Ridge Bog Preserve, Maple Tract Reserve, and many other natural attractions.

For petrol heads and engine lovers, Pocono Raceway is the place to be. It offers many different RV camping opportunities, plenty of entertainment, and standout facilities. It’s also proximate to many small townships such as Albrightsville and Little Summit which offer tourist and shopping opportunities.

A visit to Pocono Raceway in your RV could be in the cards, so what are you waiting for? Choose an event that captures your attention and hit the road.


When you fancy being a part of some automotive action at Pocono Raceway, all you need to do is head to the race track website. On it, you can find out what tickets are available to what events, and updated schedules. Ticket prices can vary from general admission and camping through to children, VIP passes, and pit passes.

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The Pocono Mountains are a beautiful part of the country to visit, but you need to have your wits about you. The curves, twists, and turns of the road require your full attention at all times. If you’d like updated weather conditions and traffic congestion as you travel, tune into driving apps such as 511PA and ViaMichelin. The most direct routes of travel are from I-80, I-81, I-78, I-380, and I-476 which lead you to Long Pond then to 1234 Long Pond Road.

Parking areas

All grandstand parking at Pocono Raceway in the past has been free, with entry through Gate 5 or 7. There is also tractor-trailer parking in the Drydene parking lot, but overnight stays are not permitted. If you are not staying overnight at Pocono Raceway, a parking official will direct you to the best day parking area available. If you are camping, there is a designated RV area for registration before you enter the gate.

Public Transportation

There will be buses in operation to Long Pond for significant events at Pocono Raceway. However, these tend to run from surrounding cities, not Long Pond itself. If you require transportation from your campsite in the Pocono Mountains area to the race track, consider a private ride service or taxi for convenience.

Where to stay


There is a multitude of different camping areas for RV-goers at the Pocono Raceway. You may make a reservation in advance or arrive on the day. You can choose a dry camping spot or with electricity and water hookups. The majority of 50-amp, family, and reserved camping spots are around Turn 3.

Dogs are allowed in the camping area on a leash and within the Bark Park near the Infield Fan Center. There is also WiFi at selected hot spots around the track. All campers can access the free infield entertainment, the shuttle service, free grandstand access, and the fan center. Ice, sewage pumping, and potable water are also available for a separate fee.


If you fancy a decent night’s sleep with your family, then you may like to camp away from the race track, but still nearby. The Pocono Raceway Campground is less than a mile from the race track in the heart of the Pocono Mountains. There are also nearby state parks that accept RVs and a whole host of campsites and RV resorts within an hour’s drive of the race track.

Getting around

Raceway shuttles help you to travel from the camping areas to all the action in the grandstands. While you may not use bikes, golf carts, or other personal wheeled transportation, Pocono Raceway makes sure navigation is a breeze. There are also six main gate entrances to access everything you need for a memorable race track experience.

What to pack


The type of clothing you pack for a trip to Pocono Raceway can depend on the time of year you visit. If you have made plans to attend a NASCAR series event, then temperatures are usually warm enough to allow a few pairs of shorts and t-shirts for the occasion. However, that doesn’t mean you can leave your winter woollies at home. Temperatures plummet overnight which means you’ll need to pack sweaters and warm jackets for use as the days draw to a close.


When you’re packing for a trip to the Pocono Raceway, make sure you think of everything. You’ll need all your camping and cooking equipment, as well as convenience items, first aid kids, water, and almost everything to help you remain comfortable during your stay.

Once you enter the grandstand area of the facility, you can bring a small cooler, but no glass. Any noisemakers or items that could ruin someone else’s viewing experience are also not permitted.

You don’t need to worry about cash, for there are ATMs through Gate 8, 10, 11, and 12, and in the Fan Fair. Vendors also accept credit. If you don’t want to miss a thing, make sure you bring or rent an electronic scanner and tune into 97.9 FM for all the action; headphones are preferred.

Health & Safety

With often warm weather and crowded grandstands, you are going to need to put your health and safety first. Carry a first aid kit, sun safety items, and water with you at all times. There are restrooms throughout the camping areas and grandstands for convenience.

If you’re a smoker, make sure you’re aware of where you can and can’t light up while at the raceway. The Clean Air Act restricts smoking in most parts of the race track, including the infield and grandstands.

Where to eat


While open campfires and barrel fires are not permitted at the Pocono Raceway, you’ll be able to cook to your heart’s content on your RV kitchen appliances. There are also plenty of places to stock up on supplies in and surrounding the Pocono Raceway. Make use of the convenience items available for sale within the raceway, or make a quick trip to Mount Pocono to shop at one of the many supermarkets and convenience stores along the main street.


In Mount Pocono and surrounding townships, there are plenty of standout eateries to capture your attention. Whether you feel like fast food, a hearty steak, or a light snack, you’re not short of options. Many of the open eateries are within a short driving distance of around ten miles from Pocono Raceway.


No matter where you wander at the Pocono Raceway, you’re sure to find food to tantalize your taste buds. Hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza, sausage sandwiches, fries, the list goes on down the line. You can then satisfy your sweet tooth with a funnel cake, roasted almonds, ice cream, cotton candy, or something else. There is a cafeteria in the infield paddock and vendors in the midway area behind the grandstand. Both cash and credit are accepted.



Pocono Raceway officials take safety seriously. They want you to have a good time on your RV vacation, but to also abide by a few rules at the same time. Expect any bags or coolers you bring to be searched, and don’t be afraid to offer up a cheery smile to those who work hard to keep the venue safe. There are many prohibited items, so if you think something might not be allowed, then pop it in your RV for collection after the racing is over.


The weather conditions are often mild during significant events such as NASCAR, but that doesn’t mean Mother Nature doesn’t pull one out of the bag from time to time. The area can be prone to flash flooding, even if the temperatures are warm enough to wear a t-shirt and shorts.

In the event of NASCAR or IndyCar events being rained out, you may be refunded the face value of your ticket. Always keep an eye on your weather app as you travel to be aware of all possible adverse weather conditions that could impact your travels.


If you find yourself with a pesky scrape, cut, or bruise, then you’re well cared for at Pocono Raceway. There is a first aid site at the Grandstand Care Center near Gate 12, and another in the infield. Emergency medical staff are also positioned throughout the grandstand.

If you require assistance, approach an event staff member. Alternatively, you can make use of the Text Assist program with your location for immediate assistance. In an emergency, dial 9-11. The nearest hospital is east on I-80 under 25 miles away.