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The motocross track is open to both quads and dirt bikes and consists of screened loamy black dirt and clay. The park does not have a peewee track but the main track is geared for all levels of riding, including beginners.
Open practice is usually held on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting. Membership is required to practice and both daily and annual passes are available. Motocross riding lessons are hosted Tuesday nights from 6:30pm to 9:30pm and are taught by local pro riders.
The track has plenty of room for parking but little shade, so bring an umbrella or E-Z Up. A concession stand is available which serves a variety of hot foods, cold drinks and ice.