Motocross is an event that can be enjoyed by everyone! The noise...the speed...the dirt - watching in real life the scenes you used to create with toys in your childhood is always a thrill. And since you’ll be spending the day outdoors, you get to enjoy some fresh air, beautiful scenery, and (hopefully!) warm sun also. Not a bad way to spend a vacation!
There are quite a few amenities for racegoers! The grounds have grandstand and open-air festival seating, with a handicapped viewing area and covered Super Ticket Seating and VIP Viewing Areas. There is nearly 100% track viewing from a number of vantage points, including infield track viewing. There are concessions, an ATM, a baby changing station, restrooms (with flush toilets!) and free motorcycle parking. You can find more information here
13638 Red Bud Trail N, Buchanan, MI 49107
The full schedule for the RedBud National can be found here.
RedBud is one of the most highly regarded motocross tracks in the world, and on Fourth of July weekend it becomes one the area’s biggest events. RedBud has the biggest attendance of any U.S. motocross race each year. Be sure to watch riders tackle the infamous LaRocco’s Leap!
RV camping is a great way to experience a motocross event! There is dry RV camping available for the RedBud National, and it’s a wonderfully convenient way to attend races. You can watch racing during the day, and head back to your RV at any point to grab a snack or take a nap or just have a break for a bit. You can choose between Fan Camping and Preferred Camping, which is closer to the track. Find out more information about camping at RedBud here.
You can also camp nearby:
Whether you own a motorhome or use a rental from RVshare, RV camping is a great way to travel for a Supercross event! You’ll be able to spend all day at the races, then head back to your own quiet retreat, with food and other comforts of home.
If you decide not to camp, there are plenty of hotels in the area as well. You can find hotels that offer special rates for the RedBud National here. You may also find good deals on travel sites like Expedia or Travelocity.
From Chicago & the west: Take the I-94 East thru Indiana. Take exit 4 A in Michigan (US-12 East). Go about 18 miles to a stoplight, turn left on Red Bud Trail. The main track entrance (for spectators) is about 5 miles on the left-hand side. Look for signs to the pro pit entrance about a ½ mile before the spectator entrance.
From Ohio & the southwest: Toll road (80) to exit 72 in Indiana (South Bend West exit). Go north on US-31 to exit 3 in Michigan (US 12 West). Turn left and go approx. 2 miles to the first stoplight. Turn right on Red Bud Trail. The main track entrance (for spectators) is about 5 miles on the left-hand side. Look for signs to the pro pit entrance about a ½ mile before the spectator entrance.
From Detroit & the northeast: I-94 West to exit 30 (Benton Harbor). Turn left off the exit ramp and go about 1 mile to US-31 South. Go to exit 13 (Snow Rd.) and turn right off exit ramp. Go to the first stop sign and turn left onto Red Bud Trail. Main track entrance (for spectators) is about 5 miles on the side. Look for signs to the pro pit entrance about a ½ mile before the spectator entrance.
From Indy & the south: US-31 North Almost to South Bend. Take the US-31 bypass North just before getting into South Bend. Go to exit 3 in Michigan. Turn left and go approx. 2 miles to the first stoplight. Turn right on Red Bud Trail. The main track entrance (for spectators) is about 5 miles on the left-hand side. Look for signs to the pro pit entrance about a ½ mile before the spectator entrance.
Motorcycle parking is free and spectator parking is available for a daily fee of $10, Thursday through Sunday.
Tickets can be purchased online here. General admission for children starts at $25 and for adults at $50. You can pay extra, depending on the extra perks you’d like for the weekend.
We at RVshare love assisting people with trips they’ll remember for a long time! Whether you’re an avid motocross fan or this is your first race experience, you’re sure to have a blast and create lots of great memories. Heading to the race in an RV is a super-convenient way to travel and you’ll spend the day at the track with everything you need close to hand. Regardless of whether you visit the races in an RV rental from us or use other accommodations, we’d love to see pictures of your experience! Send us photos at [email protected], and tag us on social media to share your visit. Your adventures could be featured on our blog or social media!
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