Citrus Bowl Stadium
Opened in 1936, Citrus Bowl Stadium, also known as Camping World Stadium, is located in the West Lakes neighborhoods of Downtown Orlando. It is the
home of the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl. In 2014, the Citrus Bowl Stadium was renovated into a state-of-the-art venue capable of hosting world-class events. Between January 29 and November 19, 90% of the stadium was torn down and replaced. The new Citrus Bowl offers an enhanced fan experience. Renovations include: all-new improved seating, a 15,000-square-foot deck on the plaza, new concession stands, new restrooms, HD video boards, an enhanced sound system, premium club spaces, and several other amenities. These stadium improvements, which totaled $207 million, will allow Orlando to pursue more high-profile sports tourism events such as neutral-site college football games, NFL preseason games, international soccer matches, big-name concerts and more.
The Citrus Bowl Stadium is owned by the City of Orlando and is operated by Orlando Venues. Turner Construction Company was the general contractor of the project.