Racer camping opens April 1, 2024 at noon. Please submit your requests via email to trackoffice@crandonoffroad.com

General Rules & FAQS for Racers and Teams

All times and information on this page are subject to change without notice.

General Notice:

For 2024, it is important for all our race teams to realize that substantial changes will be instituted this season to improve safety and professionalism for our racers and fans.

As is Crandon tradition, we welcome one and all. However, we are also very concerned about the safety of our fans, crew members and other guests. To provide a safer and more professional show at Crandon, we ask that you and your team review all the following regulations for 2024.

General Pit Regulations

Grass Pits/Camps: Racer grass pits/camps are to be set-up in assigned campsites only. Each campsite will be laid out and identified with campsite markers placed on the EAST (trackside) corner of each site. Set up your campsite to the WEST of the marker. Note: Not all campsite request guarantee a spot. Our management team will confirm which site you receive prior to the event date. Camp Crandon officially opens at 12:00pm CST on Thursday, June 20, 2024 and 12:00pm CST on Wednesday, August 28, 2024.

Lifts: Scissor and boom lifts are prohibited at all times.

Merchandise: Race teams are only permitted to sell driver/team merchandise out of their pit spots only. The sale of Crandon event and/or sponsorship merchandise is strictly prohibited. Race teams are prohibited to sell food and/or beverages of any kind.

Pit Lanes: Everyone entering the pit lane must show security appropriate credentials. Proper attire must be worn at all times. Smoking and/or alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited on the pit lane and on the spotter’s tower. Standing on the pit wall is prohibited. Altering pit access through established fences and gates is strictly prohibited.

Pressure Washing: No pressure washing is prohibited in any pro pit area. All vehicles must use the Power Wash Station located near entrance to Crandon Off-Road Park (follow signage).

Pro Pits: Access to the pro asphalt pits will open at 8:00am CST on Thursday, June 20, 2024 for load in, and will close at 12:00pm CST on Thursday, June 20, 2024. This timeframe will be strictly enforced in order to maintain the safety of all management, staff and guests. Do NOT arrive any earlier. Camp Crandon officially opens at 12:00pm CST on Thursday, June 20, 2024 and 12:00pm CST on Wednesday, August 28, 2024. If you have a spot on asphalt and do not arrive between 8:00am and 12:00 pm, you will have to use the main entrance to Camp Crandon off of Kemp lane, no exceptions.

All Pro asphalt pits must be utilized as an active service/support area and not for team equipment/camping storage. Failure to utilize pit spaces in the appropriate manner will result in all vehicles being towed at the owner’s expense and forfeiture of pit space reservations for all 2024 and 2025 race seasons.

All body panels must be cleaned in large farm-style containers only! No mud or dirt can intentionally be dumped on asphalt areas in pits or in fire/access lanes until after the event.

All trailers and primary pit trailers must be parked parallel to each pit’s designated lines. No parking of these vehicles can be done in a diagonal manner. All teams violating this rule will be required to correct this violation even after awnings and other pit materials are in place.

PRO Race teams will only be permitted one hospitality camper on the asphalt pits. All others must park off the black top. One vehicle per site is permitted per pit ONLY. All additional cars and trucks must park in Crandon’s Day Parking area (only a $10.00 per race day cost).

Testing: No non-sanctioned testing of race vehicles is permitted within any area of Crandon International Raceway property.

Trash/Waste: Race teams must remove all used tires, oil barrels, body panels, canopies, furniture, etc., before event departure. Those failing to do so are subject to a $250 fine and forfeiture of team’s designated pit reservation for 2024 and 2025 season.

Team Support Off Highway Vehicles

All spotters must use the hot pit lane to access the Turn 1 spotter’s area. All spotter’s vehicles must park at the base behind the spotter’s stand. Under no circumstances are vehicles permitted to park in front of the spotter’s towers. No vehicles will be permitted in the pit areas or along the pit fence and are subject to being towed and impounded at the owner’s expense. All spotter’s vehicles must be moved after each spotter’s race responsibilities are over.

Race teams will be permitted a maximum of two off highway vehicles (golf carts, ATVs, UTVs or pit bikes) in their pits. The use of these vehicles in spectator camping is strictly prohibited. All vehicles must be operated by those that possess a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance.

All support and pit vehicles must fit completely in your pit space. No vehicle may block access or fire roads in any manner. Failure to comply will result in the vehicle being towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.

General Rules & FAQS

All times and information on this page are subject to change without notice.

Alcohol: Alcohol including beer, malt beverages and liquor are served at several concession locations. Carry-ins are not permitted in any spectator area. No person under the age of 21 is allowed to possess or consume alcohol.

ATMs: We have several ATM’s located throughout the property. These can be found near concession stands and ticket booths.

Backpacks/Bags: Backpacks and bags are highly discouraged at this venue. If you do choose to bring a bag, it must be small and able to fit under your chair. All bags will be searched upon entrance to spectator areas.

Camp Crandon Store: The official Camp Crandon Store has a variety of camping items for sale in addition to a limited food and beverage menu. Ice is also sold here.

Campfires: Bonfires, and digging or constructing fire pits in Camp Crandon are strictly prohibited. Cooking fires are permitted but must be controlled and limited to a 2-foot diameter. Trash burning of any kind is prohibited. Fires must be constantly monitored and never left unattended. Failure to do so will result in a fine. All campfires must be a safe distance from trees, other sites, vehicles, campers, tents, or structures.

Camping: Camping is permitted with proper purchase of a site(s). In order to accommodate all campers, you must camp and park where assigned. Attempting to camp anywhere else creates a significant disruption that negatively impacts everyone’s comfort and safety. Each camping permit allows for one camping unit, (a camping unit is defined as any structure used for sleeping), and one vehicle permit. If space permits in your assigned site, more than one camping permit may be purchased for the same campsite. Multiple cars wishing to park in the site must all purchase a vehicle pass and must all fit within the assigned area.

Loud music and noisy devices are prohibited at all times. Quiet hours are in effect from 12:00am until 6:00am in all campsites. Generators must operate at a peak noise level of 60 dB or less between the hours of 12:00am and 6:00am. Any generator exceeding 60 dB must be shut down during this time period.

All waste must be disposed of in the designated trash bins at each campsite. It is imperative to maintain cleanliness in your designated area. No foreign objects, such as tents, tires, oil drums, furniture, or any other personal belongings, should be left behind. Failure to do so will result in a fine. It is the responsibility of all campers to ensure that the campsite is left in its original condition when vacating the area. Camp Crandon gates will be staffed 24 hours a day from the designated opening time until the conclusion of the event.

Canopies/Tents/Umbrellas: Canopies, tents and umbrellas of any kind are prohibited in spectator areas.

Carry-ins: Carry-ins are not permitted in any spectator area.

Children: Children 10 and under are free with a paying adult for all events. Adult supervision is encouraged for all children at all times.

Coolers: Empty coolers are permitted for use in spectator areas, however, they must be able to fit underneath your chair.

Concessions: We have 10 concession stands located throughout our property. We offer a variety of food and beverage items across all stands. All items must be purchased with our official Crandon International Raceway tickets, which can be purchased at our ticket booths located near all stands.

Damage to Property: All participants, spectators, and guests of Crandon International Raceway are responsible for any property they damage.

Drones: Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) are strictly prohibited; Crandon International Raceway is a no-drone zone.

Emergency: In an emergency please call 911. We have our security and management team on site 24 hours a day for the duration of the events.

Fire lanes: Fire lanes are to be kept clear at all times. Motor Vehicles and Off Highway Vehicles parked in fire lanes will be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.

Fireworks: Fireworks of any kind are not permitted under any circumstances.

Handicap Accessibility: Handicap parking is located in the front of the general parking lot. Most restrooms are handicap accessible. There is a covered handicapped spectator viewing area located on the hillside. There is also handicapped seating available for purchase in our grandstands.

Ice: Bags of ice can be purchased at the Camp Crandon Store and Crandon Club House.

Lost and Found: The Lost and Found is located at the Lucas Oil Barn during event hours only.

Parking: Official Crandon International Raceway Parking is $10 per day in our assigned day lots. Vehicles should not be left over night and will be impounded and towed at the owner’s expense. Parking on the state and county roadways, including the grass hillside along US Highway 8, County S and Kemp Lane is highly discouraged and may result in vehicles being damaged, towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.

Each camping permit allows one vehicle permit. If space permits in your assigned site, more than one camping permit may be purchased for the same campsite. Campsite parking is $45. Multiple cars wishing to park in the site must all purchase a vehicle pass and must all fit within the assigned area.

Personal Property: Crandon International Raceway and its affiliates assume no responsibility for damage, theft, and loss of personal property. Please respect the property and the rights of others.

Pets/Animals: Crandon International Raceway discourages bringing pets/animals. Pets or animals of any kind are strictly prohibited in spectator viewing areas. Should you choose to bring a pet/animal, it must remain in your assigned campsite. Do not leave pets/animals unattended at any time. Management reserves the right to remove disruptive pets/animals and their owners.

Picnic Tables: Please do not move the picnic tables and/or umbrellas, they are for everyone’s enjoyment.

Restrooms/Showers: There are permanent and temporary restrooms and shower facilities located on the property. Tokens can be purchased at the shower site.

Seating: Crandon International Raceway has grandstand seating available for purchase. You must present proper documentation to the seating ticketing booth in order to retrieve your passes. Passes must be visible at all times to enter the grandstand seating areas. We offer free hillside seating on a first come first serve basis. Chairs may be placed out each event day, no earlier than 8:00am. The use of tarps, tents, canopies, stakes, ribbon, etc. is strictly prohibited and will be removed by management. Chairs must be removed from the hillside at the completion of each event day. Failure to do so will result in the confiscation of any and all items.

Security: In an emergency please call 911. Crandon International Raceway security has a large presence and can be located at all times.

Senior Citizens: Admissions for seniors 75 and older are free. Proper identification is required in order to obtain free admission.

Smoking: Smoking in enclosed facilities is prohibited.

Strollers/Wagons: Strollers and wagons are permitted in the general spectator viewing area, however, they must not obstruct any walkways, fire exits, or impede the flow of foot traffic. These items are subject to search upon entrance to any spectator area.

Tickets: Crandon International Raceway uses tickets to purchase all food/beverage/Camp Crandon Store items. We have several ticket box locations throughout the property. Tickets are $2 each.

Vehicles: All Motor Vehicles must be street legal, licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles, have valid plates, and be operated by those that possess a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance. (Off Highway Vehicles) OHV’s (UTVs, ATVs, Pit Bikes, Golf Carts etc) and unlicensed vehicles are permitted for use within Camp Crandon only between the hours of 8:00am and 9:00pm. Parking at gate or pit entrances is strictly prohibited; vehicles must be parked in the designated lot and display required passes. Failure to comply will result in the vehicle being towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.

Vehicle Searches: Crandon International Raceway and its affiliates reserve the right to search all property and vehicles entering the facility.

Weapons: All weapons are strictly prohibited. Weapons of any type will be confiscated (this includes individuals with permits).

Law enforcement, security officials and management will remove violators of the aforementioned rules, regulations and local, state and federal laws from the facility. Failure to comply with any of the regulations will lead to the confiscation of passes, expulsion from the grounds, imposition of fines, and the denial of any refunds. These individuals will be banned from any and all future events without exception.

Crandon International Raceway, along with its affiliates, retain the authority to withhold towed and impounded vehicles until the conclusion of the event weekend. A retrieval fee starting at $250 will be applicable.

Rev. 29 February 2024