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WIth the diverse and infinitely customizable options available for site rentals, it is impossible to provide a “rough” estimate for site rentals. Some rentals that may seem similar at the outset actually have wide variances in the amount of people, equipment and time involved. Luckily, our Site Application Wizard offers you the ability to provide us with all of the information we need for an accurate estimate in a matter of minutes. Our rental price ranges are consistent with pricing for like venues across the nation. We balance factors such as amount of space, use of buildings, risk, number of crew, vehicles and equipment as well as the event hours and overall set-up and tear down timing.
We have more than 8 million sq. ft. of runway available for rent.
All the runways are 250 feet wide. However runway crossovers and aprons create wider open areas.
The four main runways have different usable lengths and they are: 7L & 7R: .65 miles/3,710 feet 34L & 34R: 1.5 miles/7,896 feet For more information on the available runways, visit the El Toro Field rental page.
That depends on the type of driving activity and it depends on your qualifications. Almost all driving including autocross, club events, driving schools etc are limited to 60 MPH. Exceptions are made for commercial projects that involve professional driving companies and professional drivers.
Wheel-to-wheel racing is not allowed. Car club events use timing systems to score drivers and cars for time.
Alcoholic beverages are allowed only after you acquire all the proper permits and permissions from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for your event. Download the Event Planner Guide for more details.
Power, water, sewer and Wi-fi are all available to Festival site users.
With advance notice events can open early, stay late or run 24 hours straight if you want as long as we have enough time to coordinate security to monitor the gates. Normal gate hours are 6 am to 10 pm.
Yes, you may use the publicly-available park areas on a first-come, first served basis for gatherings of less than 30 people. If you plan to bring party elements other than a simple picnic and standard sports equipment, you should complete the Site Application Wizard to make sure the Park can accommodate your event. Examples of event amenities that may require a contract, insurance and/or permits include but are not limited to: • Inflatable’s or Jump castles • Amplified music or PA system • Stage/Live music • Cooking apparatus or on-site cooking • Tents, Canopies or EZ-Ups • Anything that requires trucks to bring in and drop off equipment
Hangar 295 is 21,384 sq. ft. (132 ft. x 162 ft.) This former aircraft hangar can be used for movie, television and commercial shoots, as well as stunt work. Many of the videos in our video section were shot in this historic hangar. This hangar cannot be used for high occupancy events.