Rider Info

Everything that you need to know about park hours, rules, policies, fees, tracks and answers to your frequently asked questions.

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Park Hours

Early Spring

March to April

Open 7 Days a Week (weather permitting)

Weekdays: 4PM to dusk

Weekends and Holidays: 10am-6pm

Regular Season

May 1st to October 31st

Closed Mondays.

T/W/TH/F: 4pm to 9pm (or dusk, whichever is first)

Weekends and Holidays : 10am-6pm

Off Season

November 1st to February 28

During the winter the track is open weekends when conditions allow and on occasional weekdays when conditions are very good and staff are available. Always check the recording before heading out in winter.

THE TRACK IS ALWAYS OPEN WEATHER AND CONDITIONS PERMITTING AND MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME DUE TO CONDITIONS OR EVENTS!  Opening times may vary in the early spring/winter due to temperatures.

Check the recording 403.2404025 or Facebook or Twitter feed for up dates on conditions, events and latest info on opening times.

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Fees

To ride at the park you need a valid membership or you must pay day fees (Cash, debit or credit).

Day fees:

  • $25 for big bikes,
  • $15 for mini bikes and women
  • $5 for 6 and under

PREPAID 5 ride cards:

  • $100 which gets you 5 day passes for big bikes.
  • $60 gets you 5 day passes for mini bikes.

Memberships are valid from March 1-Feb 28th. Memberships are available at the entrance gate when the track is open via cash, credit card or debit. Partial year memberships go on sale for half of the normal rate after July 15th.

WRMA memberships allow riders to practice at the park when open at no additional charge. Members also are allowed to vote per WRMA rules at general meetings.

Membership Fees Are: 

  • $550 for adult males (18 and over)
  • $300 for women and youth (11-17)
  • $200 for children (7-10)
  • $100 for PeeWee (6 and under)
  • $1000 for a single family. Note: a family may include a Dad, Mom, and any number of kids under 18 that are part of the family.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Do you rent bikes?

Sorry no. Try all season rental.

2. Do I need registration and insurance?

No. This is a closed course so registration and insurance are not required.

3. Do you have riding lessons?

Unfortunately, no, but there are private motocross schools available. Check here for MX schools.

4. Can I Camp at the Park?

Only for events.  There may be a fee for larger events.  Check the events page for details

Our Rules:

Help keep our park safe and open! To ride at the park you must follow our rules. You can and will be asked to leave with out a refund it you are found in violation of our rules.

Thank you for following our rules to keep your park safe.

WRMA Trailer and RV Parking Policy:

Click the button below to read our full trailer and RV parking policy.

Our Rules:

Help keep our park safe and open! To ride at the park you must follow our rules. You can and will be asked to leave with out a refund it you are found in violation of our rules.

Thank you for following our rules to keep your park safe.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Do you rent bikes?

Sorry no. Try all season rental.

2. Do I need registration and insurance?

No. This is a closed course so registration and insurance are not required.

3. Do you have riding lessons?

Unfortunately, no, but there are private motocross schools available. Check here for MX schools.

4. Can I Camp at the Park?

Only for events.  There may be a fee for larger events.  Check the events page for details

WRMA Trailer and RV Parking Policy:

Click the button below to read our full trailer and RV parking policy.

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Tracks

** Please note all tracks are open conditions permitting. Check recording 403 240-4025 line 2 for grooming and track updates. Due to dust control we can only open groomed and watered tracks for full sized bikes.  We open 2 big bike tracks per day most days.  Please stick to the groomed tracks.

*** Be sure to follow track direction signs.  If you don’t see a sign or are unsure, wait and watch for another rider to see the proper direction to ride or ask around the pits.  Most riders at the park are familiar with the correct direction of each track.

Note:  On most event days there is a second practice track available for those who do not want to race.  The exception is the National weekend where there is no casual riding.  Call the recording 403-240-4025 or park at 403-258-1883 if you are unsure.

 

Full Sized Tracks:

The park has three full-sized tracks.

Main track.

Our main track was rebuilt in 2012 by one of the top track builders in the world, Marc Peters of Peters Built Tracks.  This track occupies the entire north end of the park in front of the bleachers and main tower.  This track is the track used for our biggest events. This course features our biggest jumps and best spectating.

East track.

The East Track is located at the north east section of the park. This track is features easier and less jumps than the main track but don’t think it is easy! Tight corners and whooped out straight always keep it challenging.

Hill Track.

Located on the Southeast corner of the park this track is more natural terrain style with few man made jumps. It is fast and feature sandier soil than the rest of the park.

Other Tracks:

Extreme Beginner Track.

For those just learning to ride we feature an extreme beginner track with small obstacles. There is parking beside the beginner ovals. The extreme beginner track open to mini and full sized bikes.

Pee Wee Track.

The Pee Wee Track is for beginner kids riding pee wee 50cc bikes and under.

Mini Track.

The Mini Track is for beginner to advanced kids riding mini bikes from 50cc-100cc two stroke or 150cc four stroke mini bikes. Mini quads and adult mini bikes may also be ridden on this track. This track is used for our Tuesday night mini moto events and is closed to casual riding on Tuesday nights.

Enduro Cross Track. 

New to the park is the Enduro Cross track on the west side of the park west of the BMX park.  Enduro cross is a tough off road style track that goes over tires, logs, rocks and other tough obstacles.  Trials riding is also done in this area.

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Who Can Ride?

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Organized Practice

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Downed Riders

Anyone with a dirt bike and helmet.  We strongly recommend you wear all the Motocross protective gear, but we only enforce helmets. Insurance,  licence or registration is not needed to ride on a closed course like ours.  We have a tracks for all bike types, skill levels and ages.  We also allow mini quads to ride on our mini and beginner tracks.

Note: We do not allow full sized quads. Sorry we are too busy with motorcycles – and quads and bikes move much differently and do not mix well together.

Organized practice may be run on weekends in the early spring if the track is very busy for safety.  During most of the year open practice is run.

Organized Practice Rules:

1. You can only go in one practice class per day do not try to ride in more than one practice class.

2. Obey the flagger.

3. Any abuse of the flagger (or any staff) will result in immediate expulsion from the track and possible fines or suspension of riding privileges.

As always if you spot a downed rider pull off the track in a safe place turn around and flag down up coming riders to ensure no one runs over the down rider.  Once all the riders are stopped then check on the injured rider. If the rider can not leave the track on their own power close the track and go to the entrance gate to call 911.  The track is closed until the ambulance leaves the track area.

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