NEW FOR AUGUST 2014
4 Seater Golf Carts
Available for pre-order Now!
Call Today Limited Quantity Available
Check out Turn N' Burn Restaurant
We are in Souvenir Alley
"Where You Fuel Your Engine"
Breakfast Served 7:00am-11:00am
Lunch/Dinner Served 11:30am-Close
Race Day Parking
AAC has Race Day Only Parking for $20. Come and spend the day with us. We encourage tailgating!
Firewood for Sale
Don't haul firewood from home. You can pre-book firewood and fire rings ahead and have them waiting for your arrival.
Firewood-$10.00 a bundle
Fire ring- $20.00
or both for $25.00
Call the Campground office for more information 423-323-7247
Please view the following website for information on moving firewood from state to state.
FLOOD FREE ZONE
Stay high and dry with us. Don't worry about the creek rising!!!
About Our Campground
All-American campground is part of the rich heritage of the Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee. Within a short walking distance to the track, the campground is still part of the family of the former owner. With thousands of sites and a warm community who loves lots of fun, All-American Campgrounds is your home during the race.
We got some snapshots from this year's August race — click here to go to the gallery
! Nice weather and one of the best races of the season made this a memorable one.
(BRISTOL, Tenn. — Aug. 12, 2008) — Motorsports Advantage powered by Coach-Net, a new concierge service for motorsports fans, has become a campground sponsor at Bristol Motor Speedway. It will have a special product information booth at the newly named All American Motorsports Advantage Campgrounds during the SHARPIE 500 NASCAR event Aug. 18 to 23. More »
All American Campground is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Motorsports Advantage to bring you better service than ever! Motorsports Advantage offers race fans 24-hour roadside assistance and mobile mechanic, 24-hour tech support and 24-hour concierge service. Visit motorsportsadvantage.com
to learn more
As Smoky the Bear says, "Only you can prevent forest fires." Help keep yourself and other campers safe by following All American Campgrounds' campfire rules. More »
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W/O utilites sites are now 20 ft. wide!
TENT AREAS 20'X20' $100 + TAX
CAMPER AREAS 20'X30' $150 + TAX
***Designated areas only.***
First come, first served.
We now have wi-fi hotspots.
Upgrades to the Shower House
We have installed 3 new water heaters.
Hot Water! Hot Water! Hot Water!
Golf Cart Rentals Available!
Limited supply. Call the campground office today to reserve your cart! 423-323-7247
Sponsors and Partners
Tri-Cities Golf Club
Overcast and 55 F at Tri-Cities Airport, TN
Winds are Calm. The pressure is 1014.5 mb and the humidity is 80%.
Last Updated on Oct 20 2014, 8:53 pm EDT.
Racing News Feed
Great Clips moves sponsorship to JR Motorsports
January 02, 2013, 1:55 pm
Great Clips Inc. will end its primary marketing partnership with Turner Motorsports and move to JR Motorsports, it was announced Tuesday.
Cassill marries longtime girlfriend
January 02, 2013, 11:37 am
Landon Cassill married longtime girlfriend Katie Linsted on Dec. 28 in Charleston, S.C.
2013 rings in big changes in NASCAR
January 01, 2013, 10:17 am
The highly anticipated debut of NASCAR's Generation 6 cars, fan-friendly competition changes, new team alignments, a bona fide Rookie of the Year battle, and the million-dollar question of whether newly crowed 2012 champion Brad Keselowski can once again hold off the likes of Jimmie Johnson, Clint Bowyer, Tony Stewart and the freshly motivated Busch brothers give the 2013 Sprint Cup Series season all the trappings of drama-fueled year.
Stenhouse Jr. spreads holiday cheer
December 24, 2012, 9:01 am
Columbus, Ohio -- It's getting easier for Jeff and Shannon Rockwell to smile at the Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Phillips to serve as Kligerman's crew chief
December 20, 2012, 4:01 pm
Eric Phillips has been promoted to crew chief for the No. 77 Toyota team with driver Parker Kligerman in the Nationwide Series for the 2013 season, Kyl Busch Motorsports announced Thursday.