Getting Your RV Ready for Homestead-Miami Speedway

Miami, known for it’s incredible beaches is also home to one of the world’s top speedways, Homestead. Although Homestead-Miami Speedway is famous for its epic racing battles, there are plenty of opportunities to pack up the RV and travel for it’s additional track events.

August at Homestead-Miami Speedway: Florida Track Days

Florida Track Days is an event held at Homestead-Miami Speedway where motorcycle riders of all levels have the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills in a controlled environment on the world famous tracks. This is an exciting event for motorcycle enthusiasts to take their bike out on the track and receive tips and information from expert instructors, while having the comfort of a trained safety crew. This is a great opportunity to hitch your bike to the back of the RV, and head down to the Speedway grounds to take part in a unique opportunity with friends and family.

September at Homestead-Miami Speedway: Bubble Run 5K

Now, this is an event to bring the whole family to. Pack up the RV and head down for the Bubble Run 5K on the famous Homestead-Miami Speedway. The run is geared towards adults and children looking to take part in a different type of family activity. Much like the well known color runs, your group dressed in white will walk or run through stationed colored foam “bogs” for a refreshing and kid friendly race. The foam is 100% safe and a great way to explore the track with friends and family on your September RV adventure.

October at Homestead-Miami Speedway: Fast Lane Friday

For the ultimate racing experience, you don’t necessarily have to watch NASCAR, but take the wheel like one of the pros. Homestead-Miami Speedway introduces Fast Lane Fridays where street legal cars have the opportunity to race on the lanes of the epic arena. This is the ultimate dream for race fanatics and is made easy with a $20 competition fee and a $10 entry ticket for your group ready to cheer you on. Make the trip effortless by securing a spot for your RV on one of the various campgrounds on or near the speedway so you can kickback after your once in a lifetime opportunity.

November at Homestead-Miami Speedway: 2015 Ford EcoBoost

If you are going to make an RV trek down to Homestead, November is the time to go for one of the year’s top NASCAR races, the 2015 Ford EcoBoost 200, 300 and 400. Fans from all over head down to Miami to take part in race history, watching their favorite drivers vie for the top titles. Although attending the race is every enthusiast’s priority, this is a key event to take advantage of RV tailgating. Together with your neighbors in the Geico RV Park next to the tracks, you can experience all of the action up close, while enjoying the luxury of RV travel.

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Traveling by RV to Homestead-Miami Speedway

#1 Electrical: Although a benefit of traveling by RV is that you have the option to utilize electricity, it is also something to be mindful of. One way to stay ahead of this is by writing down wattage ahead of time for each electronic appliance. This will ensure you are aware of which items can or cannot run at the same time, which will save you from tripping your power or causing a dangerous situation.

#2 Weight: Not only will a heavy RV slow you down and burn through gas, it could cause you to be over the limit when it comes to weigh stations. Be proactive when packing and keep in mind the weight of particular recreational or BBQ items. This could save you a lot of trouble and time down the road.

#3 Food: This is probably the most important aspect of your RV road trip. The key to a great RV vacation is being organized when it comes to your food, so plan out each meal so that you can make breakfast, lunch and dinner without having to run to the store or add to the limited kitchen space your RV has.

Homestead-Miami Speedway provides so many memorable events for adults and families. Plan your next visit and let Camp USA help you book the best RV for your individual or family needs.

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