Michigan Speedway Improves Its Campgrounds

June 4, 2009 by   - () Comments Off on Michigan Speedway Improves Its Campgrounds

Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich., has added several new features to three of its campgrounds, according to 

Log cabins have replaced plain, white trailers at Graves Farm Campground, M50 Creekside Campground and Tree Farm Campground. These cabins will serve as security stations and camper check-in points. 

Speedway officials hope to add these comfortable cabins to all of the speedway’s campgrounds in the future. 

“It enhances our brand and certainly looks nice, too,” said Dennis Bickmeier, vice president of consumer sales and marketing. “The scope of the camping experience is just one of the many things that sets MIS apart from other racetracks.” 

Another addition in Graves Farm Campground is the installation of two new fire pits. These fire pits have been built for campers to share and enjoy. 

“We want campers to use these pits as a place to socialize. They can meet up with new friends and have a hot dog roast, or maybe they’ll make new ones while roasting marshmallows,” Linda Wyne, director of ticketing, said.


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