Walton TransCan 2022

Amateur GNC August 9-12 & Sunday Pro National August 13 2023

2021 Walton TransCan

Overnight Spectator Camping Information

 Walton TransCan offers awesome overnight camping. Delicious food vendors, nightly entertainment, hot showers, play ground areas, world class racing, fireworks, vending areas and beer tents makes this a perfect place to camp for the weekend. Walton TransCan offers family and over 18+ camping areas.

“We have gone to NASCAR camping with family and the Walton experience is just like it. Big rigs, racers, great night entertainment for all ages. Even though we do not race motocross, my wife and three boys make the Walton weekend a must attend weekend. We stay in the family camp zone, meet new people and enjoy the races.  Nothing beats a great weekend camping at the track!” Pete Neuraux, Leadbury, Ontario.

What else makes Walton TransCan a great destination to camp? Walton TransCan is a short drive to world class entertainment is it is a short jog to great restaurants, the lake and amazing scenery!

We are following all 2021 Covid19 Restrictions.
ATM on site
Tickets and camping available at the gate; advance purchase is not required.
Day of Arrival
Daily Gate Schedule
Camping Fee (per adult)
Camping Fee
(Per Child) 
(6yr – 11yr)
Parking Fee 
Tuesday -Saturday
8am – 11pm
FAMILY & 18+
Wed -Saturday
8am– 11pm
FAMILY & 18+
8am – 11pm
FAMILY & 18+
Friday –
8am – 11pm
FAMILY & 18+

Event Passes and Camping

General Camping Info

  • The main gate will open 8:00am and close at 10:00pm each night. Please plan your arrival time accordingly. There is no parking on the road near the track entrance.
  • Ticket gates accept cash, credit card or debit only.
  • Camping space is limited and advance purchase is recommended.
  • NO SERVICE SITES. No electric, water or sewer hookups. However, a sewage pump truck and a clean water fill truck will be servicing the camping areas throughout the weekend. (These are independent service providers who will charge a separate fee.)
  • No  ATVs, side by sides, scooters.
  • No golf carts past 8:00pm
  • No glass containers.
  • Raised small campfires are allowed. Ground fires are not allowed.
  • Each person must purchase a camping pass if staying the night. If you bring an extra car along with you, the extra car must park in parking area separate from your campsite! Example: Dad is bringing the RV Wednesday and Mom is coming in her car after work on Friday. Now Mom has to park her car at the extra car parking area.
  • Every vehicle will have a 20′ wide space; depth varies to accommodate all rig sizes. Inquire about a smaller camping site for pickup trucks, tents, etc. when you arrive.  We do not sell specific sites in advance.

Daily Parking

  • Daily parking is available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Vehicles in daily parking lots must be removed by 11pm, or vehicles left will be towed at owner’s expense.

Camping Weekend Rules and Info

  • No two wheel pit vehicles are allowed this weekend (including side by side, quads, minibikes, scooters etc.)
  • No golf carts after 8:00pm
  • No pallets; no firewood over 20″ in length
  • No glass containers. No house furniture.  (Plastic or nylon mesh lawn furniture is permitted.)
  • No canopies on the infield.  Canopies are allowed in the trackside parking areas (accessible by car or on foot), and anywhere outside the track
  • No bicycles after dark
  • Coolers are allowed, just not in infield viewing areas. Remember, no glass containers
  • Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome on the infield (or any other spectator areas)
  • Raised small campfires are allowed. Ground fires are not allowed.
  • No scaffolding or ladders
  • No beer kegs
  • No fireworks
  • No pit riding.Race bikes must be pushed to and from the starting line for the Wednesday to Sunday
  • To better enforce the NO FIREWORKS and NO GLASS CONTAINERS rules, all vehicles are subject to search by security staff. If any fireworks, glass containers or other prohibited items are found, you may remove them from the property yourself or we will dispose of them for you
  • We will park you, as you arrive, in the next available space in the lot of your choice (space permitting). No saving spots, with one exception. Camping is first come, first served, and people try to arrive early to camp in the area they want
“I am coming to races for the day! What do I pack? What should I do?” We get asked this a lot at the races.
In Covid times there is less “seating” space.
At Walton Raceway there is a lot of Green Space.
We always recommend packing some chairs and a cooler regardless if you are going to carry them. It is nice at the end of the day to have a sit down, change your shoes and a snack before hopping in your car. Many also like to do BBQ off their tailgate throughout the day. Watch races, graze, tour the pits, graze and hydrate.
Minimalist Packing- BackPack that included: Mask. Hand Sanitizer. Snacks. Wet wipes. Sunscreen. Water. A black sharpie. Phone battery boost. Small Umbrella.
Real Deal Packing: A small wagon or cart mover that includes: Face covering. Hand Sanitizer. Snacks. wet wipes. Sunscreen. A black sharpie. Phone battery Boost. Small Umbrella, air horn, 1 large garbage bag. folding chair(S), cooler with drinks and food, cash.
Fun Tips:
Pack in your car a spay bottle with water and paper towels. Leave the water in the warm car — even in the window. End of the day small misty warm water to clean up with!!
Follow @mxpmag @direcmotocross on twitter for all your updates throughout the weekend. It will help you know what is going on better.
Pack a pair of flip flops to take your shoes off and relax on the way home.
Plan to make a full day. As we said, pack some chairs, lots of food and plan to make a day of it. Get there early — leave late.