Stay at the closest campsite to Silverstone Race Circuit…
Camping at the British Touring Car Championship is a great way to make the most out of your Silverstone experience. You can relax on the campsite and, when you’re ready, stretch your legs for a short walk into Silverstone Circuit.
Our facilities at Silverstone Woodlands are second to none, from purpose built permanent toilets & showers to “The Petrol Head” pub, all of which has one aim – to make your Silverstone experience as comfortable and as enjoyable as possible.
With so many car fanatics about, the Woodlands Campsite turns into a social occasion with like-minded ‘petrol heads’ sharing the same great facilities and lovely grass fields.
Tickets are available to book now!
Prices start at £30 for an adult, to book visit Silverstone’s website.
“Camping at smaller events is great; it’s really chilled out and the facilities are second to none!” - Josh. B
“My family had a lovely weekend camping at Woodlands, we had loads of space to pith our tent and we even made friends with our neighbours!” - Amy. S
Please read the following information to help you plan your stay; we’re looking forward to seeing you for a great event this summer!
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Site Opening Hours
The campsite opens at 09:00 on Friday, 27th September. Final closure will be at 12:00 on Monday 30th September*.
The Entry Gates are open at the following times:
Friday: 09:00 until 23:00
Saturday: 08:00 until 23:00
Sunday: 08:00 until 23:00
Monday: 08:00 until 12:00
*your camping ticket entitles you to camp with us for the full duration.
Directions to the Campsite
There is a newly built housing estate in Silverstone Village called “Woodlands”. If you google “directions to woodlands silverstone” (or similar) you may end up at the housing estate! Please follow the directions below or, if you must, use Silverstone Circuit’s postcode (NN12 8TN) and then carefully follow the event signage for the campsite when you get to the circuit.
From M1 leave at junction 15A
From the M1 exit at junction 15a take the A43 towards Oxford and Banbury. After the roundabout at Towcester, follow the brown tourist signs (with the chequered flag emblem). On leaving the A43 signposted for Silverstone, you will enter the dual carriageway adjacent to the circuit. The carriageway is divided into 3 lanes, position yourself in lane 2 (middle lane). You will go straight over the main entrance roundabout and then position yourself in the correct lane according to the Woodlands Campsite signage. Follow signs which describe your type of camping.
From M40 leave at junction 10
From the M40 exit at junction 10 take the A43 towards Northampton. A few miles after the town of Brackley follow the brown tourist signs (with the chequered flag emblem). On leaving the A43 signposted for Silverstone, you will enter the dual carriageway adjacent to the circuit. The carriageway is divided into 3 lanes, position yourself in lane 2 (middle lane). You will go straight over the main entrance roundabout and then position yourself in the correct lane according to the Woodlands Campsite signage. Follow signs which describe your type of camping.
The Disabled facilities area are strictly for Blue Badge holders only.
The campsite roads must be kept clear at all times. Any vehicles blocking roads will be removed.
No generators are allowed on-site.
Silverstone Woodlands is a NO GLASS campsite! Please decant all liquids into plastic containers before arrival.
Please only take up the space you need.
Do not camp under the powerlines
Beware! DO NOT carry tall flag poles whilst walking in the proximity of the power lines!
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What do I do when I arrive?
When you arrive, your camping tickets will be exchanged for wristbands. Please keep your wristband intact for the duration of the event. If you lose it or it comes off you will be refused re-entry to the campsite and will be charged for a new wristband at face value.
We do not accept card payments at the campsite entrance. To help speed up the arrival process, please be ensure you have cash if you need to pay for anything at the gates when you arrive.
The Official Bits
All campsite roads are classed as Public Roads, as such they fall under the various Road Traffic Acts which could lead to prosecutions for driving offences in the event of an incident. DO NOT drink and drive.
Failure to comply with any of the rules and regulations or behaving in a manner which is deemed unsociable or potentially dangerous will result in you being ejected from the campsite without refund.
Prohibited Items on the Campsite
Monkeybikes, Minimoto, Pit Bikes, Scooters and Quads are strictly prohibited
Glass – ALL glass bottles will be removed and disposed of by campsite staff on arrival!
Gas cylinders exceeding 15kg.
Sound systems capable of creating excessive noise.
Campfires, firewood and fire starters are strictly forbidden.
Restricted & illegal substances.
Drones, kites and RC aircraft
Items that are deemed dangerous, offensive or unsuitable for the safe environment of the Campsite by Campsite Staff.
The serious bit: Silverstone Woodlands Campsite reserves the right to search any/all vehicles and/or persons on arrival. Admission will be refused to anyone carrying prohibited items, regardless of the tickets carried by the persons concerned and without refund. Silverstone Woodlands Campsite Ltd reserves the right to refuse permission of entry or re-entry to any person(s). No trading/flyering/placing of posters/stickers without prior written consent.