Motocross is a great event for everyone! The thrills, the spills, the noise, the dirt...it all makes for an exhilarating day no one will soon forget. And since motocross racing is all outdoors, you’ll get to spend a day outside watching racers do some amazing tricks, jumps, bumps, and turns... and having a blast at the same time.
There are quite a few amenities for racegoers! The grounds have open-air festival seating, with a handicapped viewing area and covered Super Ticket Seating and VIP Viewing Areas. There is also infield track viewing via two track tunnels. There’s nearly 100% track viewing from a number of vantage points, an interactive Sponsor Village, concessions, a baby changing station, Jumbotron viewing, and free motorcycle parking with a gear check. You can find more information here.
701 S Rooney Rd. Morrison, CO 80465
The full schedule for the 2019 Thunder Valley National can be found here.
Thunder Valley, just a short drive from downtown Denver, has been hosting races for less than 15 years. At first, riders and mechanics struggled with the altitude and summer heat, which made their motorcycle fuel actually boil, as well as being uncomfortable. A few years later, they began hosting races at night. This year, they are going back to daytime races, but thanks to an early June date, heat shouldn’t be a problem.
RV camping is a great way to experience a motocross event! There is dry RV camping available for the Thunder Valley 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, cool off, or take a nap. You can choose between Fan Camping and Preferred Camping, which is closer to the track. Find out more information about camping at Thunder Valley here.
You can also camp nearby in one of many RV parks scattered throughout the foothills of the Rocky Mountains:
Chatfield State Park - has full hook-ups or electricity only. All electrical pedestals have 20, 30, and 50-amp service. There are pull-through and back-in campsites, flush toilets, hot showers, and laundry. The park has a lake which allows swimming and boating, and there are wildlife trails and horseback riding available.
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. You can also retreat to the RV at any point during the day if you need a snack or a break from the action.
From DIA and the east: Take I-70 W to exit 262. Merge onto Colfax Ave (US-40), headed toward US-6. Continue on Colfax, down to Rooney Rd. Turn left on Rooney Rd.
From the west: Take I-70 E to CO-470 E toward Colorado Springs. Take the Alameda Pkwy. exit and drive down to Rooney Rd. Turn right on Rooney Rd.
From the south: Take I-25 north to C-470. Exit at Alameda. Make a left on Alameda to Rooney Rd. Turn right onto Rooney Rd.
From the north: Take I-25 south to I-70 west. Exit Colfax W and head to Rooney Rd. Turn left on Rooney Rd.
There is both free and VIP paid parking available at Thunder Valley.
Tickets can be purchased online here. Tickets range in price from $20 to $225, depending on the experience you want to have and the perks you wish to purchase!
We at RVshare love helping people find exciting events to experience. 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 in beautiful Colorado. Heading to the race in an RV is a great, stress-free way to travel. Regardless of whether you visit 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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