Year after year, Camping World Stadium welcomes thousands of fans to countless sporting events and big name concerts while serving as an iconic venue to the Central Florida community.
Through the years the Camping World Stadium has played host to diverse events including World Cup soccer, Olympic soccer, Orlando City soccer, WrestleMania, Monster Jam, numerous Rock Superbowls and loads of college football bowl games.
Camping World Stadium
1 Citrus Bowl Place,
Orlando, FL 32805
Location: Church Street (North), Rio Grande Avenue (East), Citrus Bowl Place (South) and South Tampa Avenue (West)
A New Year’s Day tradition, Vrbo Citrus Bowl matchup pits the Southeastern Conference against the Big Ten Conference and will be televised on ABC. The 2022 Vrbo Citrus Bowl will kick off at: 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022 at Camping World Stadium.
The 2021 Cheez-It Bowl will feature top teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference and Big 12. 2021 Cheez-It Bowl will take place Wednesday, December 29 at 5:45 pm at Camping World Stadium and will be broadcast live on ESPN.
Site of the Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando (EDC), this event is an incredible gathering of music, art and individuality. EDC Orlando is one of the biggest dance parties in central Florida, and an event that takes over the city with a colorful crowd of music lovers and party fans.
When: November 11 - 13, 2022
Location: Tinker Field (directly west of the stadium)
287 S Tampa Ave. Orlando, FL 32805
Monster Jam World Finals is the biggest event of the season and showcases the best trucks and drivers in Racing, Freestyle, High Jump and Skills competitions.
When: May 21 & 22, 2022
Number of Levels: Four: Field Level, Plaza Level, Suite Level and Terrace Level
Square Footage: 814,272 square feet
Seating Capacity: 65,000 for sporting events, 75,000 for non-sporting events
Three video displays and two sideline ribbon boards covering more than 8,654 square feet
Wide variety and expanded food and beverage options
ADA accessibility for up to 824 patrons on the Field Level and Plaza Level
20,000-square-foot Plaza Deck
66 restrooms located throughout the stadium
Eight elevators and eight escalators.
The City of Orlando will offer FREE downtown shuttle service to Camping World Stadium.
Pick-Up Location: Division Ave. & Church St.
Drop-Off Location: Nashville Ave. & Church St.
Time: Shuttle buses will run to and from the stadium throughout the day from 8:00 a.m. until 1 hour after the game.
Riding the SunRail to Camping World Stadium is a two step process. Ride SunRail to LYNX Central Station and board the complimentary LYNX shuttle bus to Camping World Stadium. After the game, take the LYNX shuttle bus back to LYNX Central Station and ride the train home.
When you ride SunRail to LYNX Central Station, you can choose one of the following options:
Option 1 Free Shuttle
The City of Orlando will offer FREE shuttle service on game day beginning at 8:00 a.m. until 1 hour after the game. (see map above). Deboard train and walk to Division Ave. and Church St. Camping World Stadium drop off is at Nashville Ave. and Church St. (See Service Map.)
Option 2 Free LYNX One-Way Transfer
Free-Transfer One-Way on any of the following LYNX Link routes. ($2 LYNX fare due on return trip, which will provide you a free transfer onto SunRail for return home.) Links 20, 21, 36 and 107.
Camping World Stadium is conveniently located west of Downtown Orlando, just north of SR 408. The Camping World Stadium is easily accessible from multiple directions.
From Interstate 4 to Camping World Stadium:
Exit at Orange Blossom Trail, proceed north (right) on Orange Blossom Trail. Follow signs to the stadium.
Exit at Colonial Drive/SR 50 and proceed west (right) on Colonial Drive to Orange Blossom Trail.
Then proceed south (left) on Orange Blossom Trail. Follow signs to the stadium.
From the Orlando International Airport to Camping world stadium:
- Take North airport exit to SR 436 (Semoran Blvd) and proceed north to SR 408 (E/W Expressway toll road) westbound. Exit SR 408 at Rosalind Avenue and proceed west (left) on South Street. Follow signs to the stadium.
Exit SR 408 at Tampa Ave. Follow signs to the stadium.
Exit SR 408 at Rosalind Ave. and proceed west (left) on South Street. Follow signs to the stadium.
There are approximately 5,850 public parking spaces available in a handful of parking lots surrounding the Camping World Stadium. During bowl games, these lots are reserved exclusively for permit parking.
For bowl games and other large-scale events, fans are encouraged to use the multiple parking garages around Downtown Orlando with a free shuttle to and from the stadium. These bus shuttles are an efficient transportation alternative to move patrons to and from the stadium. Shuttle pick-up and drop-off locations may vary depending on the size of the event.
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