2023 Event Schedule
Fri, August 25
Vet Weekend Practice
Sat, August 26
Mon, August 28
Mini Days Practice
Tue, August 29
Thu, August 31
Big Bike Weekend Practice
Fri, September 1
Open Pro, B, and C; Junior 25+ A/B/C; Schoolboy 1 & 2; and 125C
Sat, September 2
250 Pro, B, and C; FMF 2-stroke; Collegeboy; 125cc 12-17 B/C
Sun, September 3
250 Pro, B, and C; Women; 250 B/C Open; 250C Jr 12-17
*Class days are tentative until class capacity is determined. Event schedule is subject to change.
All-Inclusive Mammoth Motocross Package
Lodging, Event TIckets & Retail Discount
Book this package for 2+ nights to save 20% on lodging at select Mammoth Lodging Collection properties and get a discounted Motocross spectator ticket for each person for every night booked. Plus, you’ll get a coupon at check-in good for 10% off retail purchases at the Motocross Retail Trailer (exclusions apply).
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Camping & More
A historic campground nestled among the pines near Eagle Lodge and Juniper Springs Resort, Camp High Sierra offers rustic cabin camping, as well and tent sites and non-electric and electric RV sites. Call 800.MAMMOTH to book.
The closest campgrounds to the track are Sherwin Creek and Shady Rest. Get complete camping and reservation information on the Inyo National Forest website. Other accommodations, such as condos, hotels and RV park information can be found on the Town of Mammoth Lakes Visitors' Bureau website.
Please remember that there is no overnight parking on Sherwin Creek Road or at the Mammoth Motocross track.
Mammoth Mountain is centrally located on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The easy drive to Mammoth on US Highway 395 is one of California’s most scenic.
From Los Angeles:
Hwy 405 north, to Hwy 5 north, to Hwy 14 north to the town of Mojave. Take Hwy 14 north to Hwy 395 north (Reno/Bishop), to Hwy 203 (Mammoth Lakes Junction). Exit Hwy 203 and drive 6 miles into the town of Mammoth Lakes (307 miles)
From San Diego & Orange County:
Interstate 15 north to Hwy 395 north to Hwy 203 (375 miles)
Hwy 395 south to Hwy 203 (168 miles)
From San Francisco & Sacramento:
Interstate 80 to Hwy 50 to the Kingsbury Grade cutoff to Hwy 395 south to Hwy 203 (320 miles)
From Las Vegas:
Interstate 15 north to Hwy 95 north continue on Hwy 95 north, turn left on Hwy 266 west; continue on Hwy 266, turn slight left on Hwy 168; continue on Hwy 168, turn right on Hwy 395 north; continue on Hwy 395, turn left on Hwy 203 (302 miles)
For current road conditions visit www.dot.ca.gov or call 800.427.7623.
GETTING TO THE TRACK
Once in Mammoth, the motocross track is located off Sherwin Creek Road, about two miles from the intersection of Old Mammoth Road. Spectators, please note that there is a mandatory shuttle for entry to the track – look for parking signs and enjoy the ride.
Pits Space & Large Vehicles
Large vehicles will be screened before entry is permitted. Pit space is limited and vehicles will be allowed access based on the number of riders it serves.
Washing of bikes in the forest is prohibited. There are facilities in the town of Mammoth Lakes for washing. Absolutely no bike washing is permitted at the track, action will be taken against any violations.
Camping at the Track
Camping is NOT permitted at the track. All racers are required to exit the facility each evening and return each morning.
Important Track Use Information
The motocross track is open for riding during this year's races/practices only. Race day, gates open at 5:00 AM. Practice day, gates open at 7:00 AM.
No dogs are allowed at the track.
Tune in live throughout the week for live broadcast coverage of Mammoth Motocross. Check back closer to the event for more details.
Athletes and spectators come from far and wide to take part in the Mammoth Motocross every year. In addition to being a Motocross Mecca, Mammoth is an outdoor heaven of many kinds. Many Motocross racers have taken up other activities to enjoy the beautiful Eastern Sierra. If you limit yourself to only staying on the Motocross track, you're missing out on a world of summertime fun.
The town and surrounding area of Mammoth Lakes earns its name for the abundance of mountain streams, creeks, rivers and lakes here. Fishermen enjoy their sport in all ways, from casting into natural valley streams, hiking to deep glacial lakes, renting a boat to fish massive Alpers trout in the Lakes Basin, or fishing the world-renowned Crowley Lake.
Instead of spending your time testing the waters, head to the best spots with one of Mammoth's best fly fishing guides. Stop by Mammoth's fly fishing headquarters located inside McCoy Sports, at the Village at Mammoth or call 760.924.REEL to reserve your guide today.
The surrounding Inyo National Forest is home to miles of unpaved roads for motorcycles, ATVs and four-wheel drive SUVs. Travel the backroads to lakes, forests and mountain lookouts. Explore the Hot Creek Road, Inyo Craters and more. Maps are available at the Mammoth Lakes Visitor Center, or at the booth at the track. REMEMBER TO STAY ON OPEN, MARKED ROADS.
Mammoth Mountain Bike Park features over 100 miles of trails – from easy, breezy paths to adrenaline-pumping downhill courses. A favorite way to ride Mammoth Mountain starts with a breathtaking scenic gondola ride up to the 11,053-foot summit, and then a bike ride down from there.
EXPLORING THE SIERRA
Do you enjoy hiking, backpacking, and camping? Take your pick from short, mile-long hiking trails around the Lakes Basin to longer adventures. Campsites are located in the town of Mammoth Lakes, Reds Meadow, and beyond. Go on a day-trip adventure to Yosemite National Park or Devils Postpile National Monument and Rainbow Falls. Wherever you go, you won’t be disappointed in the rich, natural beauty of the Eastern Sierra.