Quad Biking in Green Acres MX, Marion, Kansas USA

1300 - 1350 ft/ 396.24 - 411.48 m
Clymate Type:
Urban, man-made
Marion is a city situated in the Flint Hills and the county seat of Marion County, Kansas, U.S. The city was named in honor of Francis Marion, who was a Brigadier General of the American Revolutionary War, known as the "Swamp Fox".

Marion offers many historical places for your relaxation and introduces The Green Acres MX that serves Quad Bikers of all levels of ability, for you adventure, which is equally important.

Come, explore this urban, man-made track, sitting at an elevation of 1300 to 1350 ft / 3 96.24 to 411.48 m. The about 1 mi / 1.6 km long track offers the most challenging features for an unforgettable activity. You can exercise your favorite sport on Thursdays and Sundays. A membership is required, which is around $ 25 per family or $ 5 per rider per day. A spark arresting silencer is also recommended. Just be aware that quads are not permitted on the track on practice days, race days and special events.

Some of the features that Green Acres MX includes are mostly loose dirt, some trees, little mud and little dust. The track gives you the ability of many small jumps and some large too. With a track covered by berms, it is sure that you will enjoy quad biking with a vengeance. While practicing, be careful of ride traffic and stand out a mile with your perfect performance. You also find a few obstacles, which are marked for your safety. Green Acres MX is addressed mostly to amateur riders, some novices and little experts. The parking lot and entrance are free of charge, whereas for riding you have to pay $ 10.00 per rider.

So, if you find yourself in Marion, grab the chance and visit this track as soon as possible!