Disabled Access
Disabled visitors should be aware that the Skegness Raceway - Stadium is located on the site of a former World War 2 Radar Station. The site is approx. 11 acres some of which are grassed areas and fields. Although we endeavour to maintain good conditions underfoot, please be aware that there may be uneven ground and the campsites/general parking areas are grassland.  Once inside the arena most walkways are concrete. There are also some stone pathways which can be difficult to negotiate. We have ramps so you can access most of the facilities at the stadium including our family raceview bar. The weather can have a considerable impact on how easy it is for people to move around the site so please take this into consideration when deciding on what equipment to bring with you. Please note that the layouts of events may vary. We are in the process of upgrading the stadium so improvements will follow. .

Disabled Parking
There is a small number of Disabled Car parking spaces next to the turnstiles. A blue badge must be displayed to be eligible to park in the allocated disabled parking area. These will operate on a first come first served basis. Some larger events may have a different policy in place. Please see meeting previews for updates.

Wheelchair Viewing Areas
we don’t have a dedicated area as such for wheel chairs and mobility Scooters but the best area to view from is the seaside end of the stadium which is raised above the track. When entering via the turnstiles please go left. Please note spaces can't be prebooked and operate on a first come basis. when you enter the Raceway its best to turn left as going right does involve some stairs.

Autistic Visitors
Please be aware Skegness Raceway can be a busy and noisy place at time.
There may be queues at the turnstiles best to arrive early, opening times are listed in event previews on the home page of the website.
Some events can be noisy at times we do have ear defenders available to buy in our track shops but you are more than welcome to bring your own.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have before you attend Skegness Raceway.
Disabled Toilets
A dedicated disabled toilet is located in each of the main toilet blocks. The brick building to the left as you enter the stadium and in the new green building you can see opposite the turnstiles

Disabled Adults pay the senior price, carers pay normal admission prices.
Kids 12 and under go free to all our events.
13 to 15 year old are classed as Juniors priced as normal.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions before you visit the Raceway.