EXPERIENCE SCOUT DAYS AT DAYTONA!
Pack your bags and your tents for Scout Days 2020, when thousands of boy scouts and girl scouts from across the nation convene for two nights of camping in Daytona International Speedway's iconic infield! Enjoy fun activities ranging from open garage tours, track walk, movie night and much more! Get a first-hand look at the sleek sports cars of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge as they test the 3.56-mile road course in preparation for the upcoming season.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT AT SCOUT DAYS AT DAYTONA?
Move InPack your sleeping bags and move your unit into the iconic DAYTONA infield on Friday, January 3!
Prototype Pre-Race Grid WalkBefore the Prototype Challenge race on Saturday, the starting grid will be open for all Roar Before the Rolex 24 attendees!
Early Saturday morning, make your way to the track where you'll have the opportunity to walk the DAYTONA trioval!
Open Garage AccessScouts will have access to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Series garage all weekend long!
Camping & ActivitiesBring your tents and campfire stories for two nights of camping and activities inside our famous infield.
Fishing on Lake Lloyd
Get ready to throw out your line and make the big catch in the fully-stocked, 29-acre Lake Lloyd.
Grab your chairs, your snacks and your friends to watch a movie on the big screen!
Get ready for a truly unique experience as you take a flight through space inside a portable planetarium!
Make lasting memories with your Scouts unit as you climb aboard for a tour of the "World Center of Racing!"
*More activities to be announced soon!
INFIELD CAMPING INFORMATION
|•||Camping locations: Located in GEICO Campgrounds inside the infield Turns 3 & 4|
|•||Emergencies: If there is an on-property emergency, please call 386-681-3333|
|•||Campfire: Campfires are permitted in camping areas only|
|•||Showers: The shower/restroom building will be open all weekend|
|•||Lights out: At 10pm we ask that everyone return to the camping area and be courteous to others|
|•||Parent pick-up: If a parent needs to pick-up a scout early, they must go to the guard station located outside the Turn 4 tunnel or at Gate 40 near Turn 1 and bring ID. The scout must be escorted out by their scout leader and the scout leader will need to verify that the parent is eligible to leave with the scout. Please note, Turn 4 Tunnel closes at night. Use Gate 40 security station if picking up in the evening.|
|•||Information booth: Located inside the Scout Days camping area, the information booth is where you can pick up event schedules, receive the scavenger hunt information and get the GPS locations for infield geocaching.|