October 16, 2021

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Travel Finishes First

What to know about rules, what not to bring

The 105th running of the Indianapolis 500  is one of celebrated returns and a few lingering omissions.

Still absent this year are classic rock bands hitting the stage at Carb Day and the Snake Pit sending EDM bass drops throughout Indianapolis Motor Speedway come Sunday.

But with an estimated 135,000 fans in attendance, it will be the nation’s largest live sporting event in more than a year.

Also back is camping. From relaxing in the temperature controlled comfort of a fully loaded RV, to pitching a tent in the Coke Lot, here’s what you need to know about camping at IMS in 2021.

Campers filled the Coke Lot in May 2000.

The Indianapolis 500 parking lots

The 10 different lots available for camping are Lot 1A, Lot 1C, Lot 2, Lot 3G, Lot 3P, Lot 4, Lot 4A Premium, Lot 5, Lot 6 and Lot 9.

A complete map of all the lots and their position in relation to the track are available by going toindianapolismotorspeedway.com.

RV and travel trailer camping is available in all lots. Tent camping is available in Lot 1A, Lot 1C, Lot 2, Lot 3G and Lot 4.

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