Picture standing outside among rolling hills, surrounded by greenery, hearing nothing but the melody of screaming crowds and hum of motocross bikes as their riders hurtle through the sky in a series of jumps, spins, dips, and other daring maneuvers. It’s a thrilling way to spend a weekend! Whether you’re headed to the Unadilla National races solo or are bringing the family, it’s sure to be a trip you’ll never forget!
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. There’s also an interactive Sponsor Village and Pro Pit Access on Saturday morning.
5986 NY-8, New Berlin, NY 13411
The full schedule for the Unadilla National is available on their website in full detail. Click here to view the schedule.
The Unadilla track, which was built on a former dairy farm, was designed like European tracks, and spans over 55 acres of lush New York countryside. It includes features like the Gravity Cavity and Skyshot, which lets racers and bikes launch over 150’ while being over 30’ in the air.
RV camping is a wonderful way to travel for a motocross weekend! There is dry camping available, and RV septic pump service. Bringing an RV is a convenient, stress-free way to attend races. You can watch events throughout the day, but head back to your home away from home at any point to grab a snack or take a nap (or use your own private bathroom!). You can choose between Fan Camping and Preferred Camping, which is closer to the track. Find out more information about camping at Unadilla National here.
You can also camp nearby:
Tall Pines Campground & Canoeing - the riverfront and riverview campsites have 20, 30, and 50-amp hookups in the heart of New York’s farm country.
Whether you choose to rent from RVshare or have your own motorhome to use, RV camping is a great way to travel for a motocross event! You’ll be able to spend all day at the races, then head back to your own quiet space and your own bed.
If you decide not to camp, there are plenty of hotels in the area as well. You can find hotels near the Unadilla National here. You may also find good deals on travel sites like Expedia or Travelocity.
From Albany, NY: Take the NYS Thruway (I-90) to exit 25A - I-88. Take I-88 to Oneonta, exit 13 (Morris/Rt. 23), turn right at the top of the exit ramp. Follow Route 23 west to Morris, and go straight in Morris onto County Rt. 13. County Rt. 13 ends at Rt. 8 in New Berlin, go right on Rt. 8 and proceed to the track.
From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse: Take the NYS Thruway (I-90) east to exit 32 “Westmoreland.” Turn left at the light after the toll booths. Go approximately 3 miles to Judd Rd. Turn right onto Judd Rd, which turns into Rt. 8 south. Stay on Rt. 8 south until you reach the track.
From Binghamton, NY: Take Rt. 81 north to exit 15-I-88. Take I-88 to exit 9 Sydney. Turn left at the exit ramp onto Rt. 8 north. Stay on Rt. 8 directly to the race track (do not go to the town of Unadilla).
Onsite parking is $10. There is also handicap parking available, and motorcycle parking is free and includes a gear and helmet check.
Tickets can be purchased online. Tickets range in price from $10-$200, depending on the perks you’d like to purchase for the race!
At RVshare, we love helping people find exciting things to do in this great, wide world! Whether you’re an avid fan or this is your first motocross experience, you’re sure to see something new and come away with some great memories. Regardless of whether you visit the races in an RV rental from us or use other accommodations, we’d love to see pictures! You can share photos with us by sending them to [email protected], and tag us on social media to share your visit. Your adventures could be featured on our blog or social media!