Arizona Motocross Tracks

Arizona Motocross TracksThere are several MX tracks and parks in Arizona. All of them offer options for riders of any skill level. Most allow both bikes and ATVs. Most tracks have open practice on the weekends, but some are also open on week days. It’s recommended to bring your own shade and plenty of water. Overnight camping is allowed in most parks, but when a track is located close to a town, night practice is not available. Since summer months are too hot to practice during a day for most riders, there are few tracks that are open only during fall, winter and spring. Most locations are year-round though. It’s always a good idea to call before you haul. Here’s the most popular tracks and parks:


Arizona Cycle Park
location: Buckeye, AZ
phone: (623) 853-0750, Ext 4
This motocross park has four motocross tracks that cater to all levels of dirt bike riding including MX, MX 85, amatuer supercross and pit bikes. The main riding tracks are built in a large sunken pit which allows great full track visibility with a mountain backdrop for just about all spectators. The parking area is huge and all types of amenities are offered. Overnight parking is pemitted but no campfires. This track is host to some major racing events and is kept in great shape.


Canyon Motocross
location: Peoria, AZ
phone: (480) 294-4467
Formerly known as Canyon Off Road Park, Canyon Motocross has now re-opened to the public after a period of closure. The park is open for practice on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Night practice is available on select dates. Four tracks are offered which consist of a main, moto mini for 65cc-85cc bikes, peewee and vet track. Quads are welcomed to use the vet track whenever open. Call before you haul.


ET Motopark
location: Queen Creek, AZ
phone: (480) 926-6688
This park has three tracks which include a large 1.5 mile main track, a Vet/Quad track, and a peewee track. The tracks are groomed and watered with lights and starting gates and there is an additional track reserved for the motocross school. The parking area is huge, and a few picnic tables, some bleachers and portable toilets are the only amenities. Weekday practice is usually Tuesday and Thursday but individual track availability varies. Definitely call before you haul.


Happy Track
location: Yuma, AZ
phone: (928) 920-7741
This track is open for practice on select Friday or Saturday evenings from 5pm-10pm and operates October 1st thru May 31st. Closed during summer months. Track is lighted and has an underground sprinkler system. Small quads are permitted up to 250cc four-strokes and 80cc two-strokes during small bike sessions. Camping is not permitted. Check website for current race schedule.


Lake Havasu Motocross Park
location: Lake Havasu City, AZ
phone: (928) 727-6851
This motocross track is located next to the Havasu 95 Speedway. Full size quads are not permitted but 50cc and 90cc quads are allowed. Overnight camping is only permitted during race events but nearby Standard Wash has primitive camping and access to miles of desert trails. Nearby Cattail Cove State Park offers full RV hookups, a swim beach and boat ramp. The track is generally open for practice Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, but call before you haul.


MC Motorsports Park
location: Tucson, AZ
phone: (520) 622-7491
Formerly known as Pima Motorsports Park, M.C. Motorsports Park offers a motocross and ATV track, an obstacle course and a cross-country trail. This park is very clean and new and offers all of the standard amenities including picnic tables and spectator stands. There are some trees but they are very small, so bring your own shade. The track is lighted and is groomed and watered for practice. Open practice is held Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 10pm.


Mesquite MX Park
location: Littlefield, AZ
phone: (970) 623-6503
This motocross park offers three tracks to choose from which consist of a main, mini and peewee. The track is open for practice from 9am to 4pm and consists of a mixture of clay and sand. Memberships are offered for around $30/year which offers practice discounts and a free birthday practice. Call before you haul.


Motoland MX Park
location: Casa Grande, AZ
phone: (520) 421-1716
Newly opened in March 2007, this family oriented motocross park offers five tracks and caters to all skill levels. Future additions to the park may include swimming pools, a sand volleyball court, RV hookups, concession stands, a paintball course and more. An annual membership is required but is free. An onsite store carries parts, gear, and refreshments.


Nomads Motocross & ATV Club
location: Sierra Vista, AZ
phone: (520) 559-1921
website: Nomads MX and ATV Club’s Facebook Page
This is a nice practice track for all skill levels and there are a few surrounding trails as well. Annual membership is required which includes an access key and can be obtained by contacting Cochise Motorsports or Sierra Cycles. Camping and campfires are not allowed however BBQ grills are permitted. Race events are also held here throughout the year – contact track managers for details.


Ocotillo Raceway
location: Eloy, AZ
phone: (520) 743-7727
website: Ocotillo Raceway’s Facebook Page
The main motocross track at Ocotillo Raceway is one mile long with a soft mixture of sand and dirt. It features pro-style obstacles including a 150 foot table top, but you will also find a good pee-wee track and the standard amenities. The parking area is very large and all standard amenities are offered including a series of tall bleachers for spectators. Camping and campfires are permitted during events at no additional cost.


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