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Motocross in Red Hills Track and Trails, Anthony, Kansas USA

Climate type:
Urban, man-made
Elevation:
1290 - 1320 ft / 393.2 - 402.4 m
The beautiful city of Anthony is the county seat of Harper County, Kansas, United States. The incredible city of Anthony and more particularly the Red Hills Track and Trails, offers you the best tools for an unforgettable motocross experience.

Red Hills and Trails is an off-road park, operated and vigorously maintained by the Anthony Dirt Riders Association. In this pristine park, you will find a 10 ac/40469 m² motocross track and 3 mi / 4.83 km long of trails. With an elevation of 1290 to 1320 ft / 393.2 to 402.4 m, this urban, man-made track is all you need for meeting the nature of excitement! Firstly, be aware that a membership is required and is about $ 80 per year.

The park is open daily and services mostly amateur riders, some novices and little experts. Apart from the unlimited challenging features, you also find few obstacles along the tracks that are marked for your safety, but still to be riden carefully. You should also have to know that there is a noise limitation, so a spark arresting silencer is required. In addition, before you visit the park, you are kindly requested to bring your motocross insurance.

The parking lot, entrance and camping area are free of charges. So, spend all your positive energy in this famous motocross track, and keep always in mind that helmets are mandatory!

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Wichita
99, 4 / 61, 8 miles, 1 hour 11 minutes.
Follow the KS-42 W and KS-2 N.
BY CAR FROM Arkansas City, KS
110 km / 68, 5 miles, 1 hour 18 minutes.
Follow the US-166 W and KS-44 W
BY AIR
Wichita Mid-Continent Airport,
95 km / 60 miles
BY TRAIN

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