The Rinnai Shower Station, which is equipped with restrooms and hot showers, will also be open, free of charge. Pets are also allowed to stay, for no additional costs.
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More than 100 campers came to the speedway during Hurricane Irma. Dozens more came last month to escape Hurricane Florence.
The speedway was built in 1960 and its president, Ed Clark, said evacuees first came to the track’s campgrounds in 2004, when Floridians were trying to escape Hurricane Frances.
“We did it that time,” Clark told the AJC last year. “And going forward, anytime there’s been a storm, folks will call us and it’s an automatic yes. It’s easy for us to do. We got 843 acres.”
Those interested in RV or tent camping in the free Legends Campground at the speedway should enter the facility at Entrance "E" off Ga. Highway 41.
For more information, contact Atlanta Motor Speedway at 770-946-4211 or visit atlantamotorspeedway.com.
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Get complete coverage and forecasts for the hurricane on ajc.com as Michael approaches the coast in the coming days.
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Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall in the Florida panhandle Wednesday.