Supercross in Millsaps Training Facility, Bainbridge, Georgia USA

Facility size:
50 ac / 0.20 km²
Urban, man made
250 - 300 ft / 76.2 - 91.4 m
Trails features:
sand, dust, mud when it rains, watered, groomed, starting gate
Per rider but you have to check the website
Bainbridge is a city that belongs in Decatur County, Georgia, USA. The county is situated southwest of the country and Bainbridge is right in the middle of the county, being the county seat. Bainbridge is also known for the big off – road sporting activity.

In Cairo near Bainbridge lies one of the most popular supercross facilities, Millsaps Training Facility. The training facility is owned and managed by David Millsaps’ mother. The 50 ac/0.20 km², urban, man made terrain lies at an elevation of 250 to 300 ft/76.2 to 91.4 m.

On the trails, you will come across a lot of riders’ traffic, because it is extremely popular, due to the number and consistency of the trails. There are 4 MX tracks, including only one supercross track, but an amazing one. There are also many trails for training, so you can practice there before the big race!

At one edge of the facility, you will find a big pond, where you can swim or walk around. Tracks consist of sand, dust, mud when it rains and are wide enough to fit many riders. The trails are watered, groomed and have a starting gate. The facility is opened all year round. There is a fee per rider, but you will have to check the website for the rates.

The facility offers many amenities, such as RV hookups, onsite bunkhouses, wireless internet, an onsite mechanic shop, a fitness center and shops.  Bear in mind that in order to ride on the supercross track, you must have an AMA pro license. Recommended stay is at least one week to enjoy the place and dust!

How to Get to Destination

166 miles / 267 km, 2 hours 52 minutes
Head north on Mulberry St to Walnut St Ln, continue to Spring St, slight right onto the ramp on Interstate 16 W, merge onto I-16 W, take exit 1 to the left to enter the I-75 S to Valdosta, take exit 99 for GA-300 towards Ga-Fla-Pkwy/Albany, turn right at GA-300 S, turn right onto Clark Ave, slight right to merge the GA-3 S/GA-300 S/US-19 S, turn right at E Broad St, turn left into the S Scott St, continue to S Boulevard St, slight right to Bainbridge Rd, continue to GA-97, slight right towards GA-311 S, continue to Albany Rd, continue straight E Calhoun St, turn left into the N Broad St.
BY CAR FROM Waycross
143 miles / 230 km, 3 hours
Head southwest on Plant Ave towards Albany Ave, take the 2nd turning right at GA-122 W / Carswell Ave, continue to follow the GA-122 W, turn right onto GA-122 W/GA-168 W, take the first turning left onto GA-122 W, turn left at GA-122 W/GA-31 S/US-221 S, turn right onto GA-11 N/GA-37 W/US-129 N, slight left at GA-122 W / W Main St, continue to follow the GA-122 W, turn right onto GA-3 N/GA-300 N/GA-38 W/US-19 N/US-84 W / Thomasville Bypass, continue to follow the GA-3 N/GA-300 N/GA-38 W/US-19 N/US-84 W, turn left on GA-38 W/GA-3 Alt N/US-84 W / N Thomasville Bypass, continue to follow the GA-38 W/US-84 W, turn right to stay on GA-38 W/US-84 W, continue to E Shotwell St, turn left at S Broad St.
Decatur County Industrial Air Park,
7.9 miles (12.1 km)

There is no train station in Bainbridge. The nearest train station is in Jesup, GA (JSP), so you can take a train from anywhere in the US and abort in Jesup. From there you can take a bus or rent a car to reach your destination.


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