Camping at Thruxton

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Visiting Thruxton for a race meeting? Why not make a weekend of it and stay on-site. Our dedicated campsite, located between the first corner (Allard) and the Complex allows easy access to the prime spectator banks.

The campsite opens at midday on the day before the event and closes on the Monday morning.

Caravans and motorhomes are permitted, and campers are also welcome to bring their car or bike onto the campsite however, this must be parked within their allocated pitch.

The campsite is accessed via car park A which is the entrance to the left of the main circuit entrance. On arrival, please follow the signs to the campsite, where you will be greeted by our Campsite Team.

Animals are not permitted anywhere on site, with the exception of Guide/Assistance dogs. Drones are also not permitted.

BBQ’s are permitted and must be raised off the ground. Open fires are not permitted.

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Saturday 12 June - Sunday 3 June 2021

The campsite will be open and free for this event.

  • Toilets, fresh water supply and waste facilities are available in the campsite. No showers are available in the campsite
Opening times

The campsite will open at 12pm, Friday 11 June and will remain open until 12pm Monday 14 June. The campsite is manned 24 hours a day but the latest arrival is 11pm, to avoid disruption to the other campers.

Saturday 3 July - Sunday 4 July 2021

The campsite will be open and free for this event.

  • Toilets, freshwater supply and waste facilities are available at the campsite. No showers are available in the campsite
Opening times

The campsite will open at 12pm, Friday 2 July and will remain open until 12pm Monday 5 July. The campsite is manned 24 hours a day but the latest arrival is 11pm, to avoid disruption to the other campers.

Friday 30 July - Sunday 1 August 2021

This year the campsite will be marked out in 5m x 10m pitches. If you wish to camp at Thruxton, you will need to purchase a camping pitch, rather than individual camping tickets. Each pitch is 5m x 10m with a maximum of six adults camping (children 12 and under do not count). All equipment and vehicles must fit inside your pitch. If not, vehicles can be parked in the public car park. Your pitch will be yours for the duration of the event and will be allocated to you on your arrival. Camping pitches are limited and must be purchased in advance.

  • The cost of each camping pitch is £40
  • Max of six adults per pitch (children 12 and under do not count)
  • Each camping pitch is 5m x 10m and will be yours for the duration of the event. All equipment/vehicles must fit within your camping pitch.
  • Camping pitches will be allocated on arrival on a first come first serve basis
  • Pitch numbers are limited
  • Showers, toilets, fresh water supply, and waste facilities are available at the campsite
  • The campsite will open at 12pm Thursday 29 July and will remain open until 12pm Mon 2 August
Opening times

The campsite will open at 12pm, Thursday 29 July and will remain open until 12pm Monday 2 August. The campsite is manned 24 hours a day but the latest arrival is 11pm, to avoid disruption to the other campers.

Purchase BSB Camping Pitch

Saturday 28 August - Sunday 29 August 2021

Camping pitches are limited and must be purchased in advance. Maximum of six adults per pitch.

  • The cost of each camping pitch is £40
  • Each camping pitch is 5m x 10m and will be yours for the duration of the event
  • Maximum of six adults per pitch (children 12 and under do not count)
  • Camping pitches will be allocated on arrival on a first come first serve basis
  • Showers, toilets, fresh water supply and waste facilities are available in the campsite
Opening times

The campsite will open at 12pm, Thursday 26 August and will remain open until 12pm Monday 30 August. The campsite is manned 24 hours a day but the latest arrival is 11pm, to avoid disruption to the other campers.

Purchase BTCC Camping Pitch

Campsite & Venue Information 2021

When using the campsite, please ensure you follow the latest government guidance. If you are displaying any symptoms whatsoever (new/persistent/continuous cough, fever and loss or change to your sense of smell/taste) you should not attend Thruxton under any circumstances.

Campsite dos and don’ts
  • No open fires and no disposable BBQ’s on the ground/grass
  • Please raise BBQ’s off the ground
  • No disposable BBQ’s to be put into waste bins (unless completely cold) as this causes a major fire risk
  • Please park your caravan/tent/motorhome in a neat fashion and ensure that fire lanes are not blocked or obstructed and the lastest social distancing measures are observed
  • Do not park within 2m of fence line
  • Please dispose of all rubbish in the bins provided
  • Please take care when returning to the campsite at night as lighting is limited. Use of a torch is advised
  • Ensure all valuables are securely locked away and kept out of sight
  • Please be aware that despite the organisers taking every possible precaution, there may be uneven ground and the possibility of rabbit holes so please take care
  • All music and generators must be turned off by 11pm. Unruly behaviour will not be tolerated under any circumstances and Security are instructed to remove from site any person/s in breach of this
  • Temporary toilets are located towards the middle of the campsite and are serviced regularly. There are also permanent toilets at both Allard and Campbell corners. Should there be an issue with any of these facilities, please let a member of our Security team know and they’ll inform the appropriate people
  • We have 24hr First Aid and Fire cover for the duration of the event. If you have a medical or fire emergency please telephone the Security Office on 01264 882212 or contact a member of the Security Team

 

Location

The campsite is accessed via car park A which is the entrance to the left of the main circuit entrance. On arrival, please follow the signs to the campsite, where you will be greeted by our Campsite Team.

Campsite location