Sonoma Raceway opens campground to fire evacuees


The Sonoma Raceway is opening its 50-acre campground this afternoon to evacuees from the several wildfires currently burning in the North Bay.

The raceway at state Highways 37 and 121 is equipped to handle up to 2,000 campers during i event weekends and is opening its largest campground to evacuees in recreational vehicles.

Those in need of RV camping should enter at Gate 6 on Highway 121 a quarter-mile north of Highway 37, raceway officials said.

The raceway is teaming up with United Site Services to offer RV services, including water and sewage, to campers at the site.

Anyone with questions can call (800) 870-7223, email, or visit the Sonoma Raceway main office at 29355 Arnold Drive.

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