Hidden Hills MX Park
2751 CR 17
J-Five Motocross, LLC
22052 Highway 550
San Ysidro, NM
47 acres of rolling hills and outdoor nationals-style
motocross track. Plus arenacross track!
Running Water Draw MX
Races once a month. concessions available, restrooms,
available, races will be under the lights, grandstands also
AMA Membership not required to race.
Racing Promotions -
According to their
site, the track is out of service from flooding. Please let
us know when they are back up and running.
Motocross, GP and Desert racing in Socorro, New Mexico.
One of the New Mexico's most technical tracks with 31 jumps;
everything from 120 ft table tops to small step ups. Some
sand sections and good rutted sections. Well maintained 10
acre motocross facility with a 45,000 sq. ft. building.
Parts, accessories, and full service department.
Hackberry Lake OHV Area
Carlsbad Field Office
620 E. Greene ST.
Carlsbad, NM 88220
The Hackberry Lake Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) area offers
over 55,000 acres of rolling stabilized dune lands and
cliffs. The area is open for intensive use of motorcycles,
sand dune buggies and other OHVs. Trails within the area
take advantage of a variety of soils and topographic
features, which include many turns and steep hill climbs.
Routes go from shallow rocky, loamy soil on low hills to
deep alluvial soils with sandy inclusions. The trails travel
across small draws and along the bottom of deep arroyos. The
area also includes a sand dune complex.
Directions - Hackberry Lake OHV Area is about 20 miles
northeast of Carlsbad, NM, and can be accessed at a number
of locations. To access the most commonly used parking area,
follow US 62/180, turn north on SR 360, and travel
approximately 5.7 miles and turn east on CR 222. The parking
lot is on the north side of the road.
Dunes OHV Area
Over 800 acres of fun is waiting for off-road
enthusiasts at the Dunes Vehicle Recreation Area south of
Farmington. The off-highway vehicle area contains a wide
variety of topography including large sand dunes, steep to
gentle hillsides, and sandy arroyo bottoms. Innumerable
roads and trails exist in the Dunes, created by nearly 40
years of off-road vehicle use. The diverse landscape
attracts a variety of motorized activity and provides riders
a place to play, test their endurance, and improve their
Directions - The Dunes Vehicle Recreation Area is about
1.5 miles south of the City of Farmington on NM 371. The
Dunes is confined to the east and the south by steep
sandstone walls and to the west by the Navajo Nation
boundary. Private property and an active sand and gravel pit
lie north of the Dunes.
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