Haspin Acres Off Road and Motocross Park (Indiana)


The Basics

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  • $20 /day
  • 2nd Day $15
  • 3rd Day $10
Website: Haspin Acres Off Road and Motocross Park

Posted September 3, 2013 by

Full Review

Here at Haspin, our new gate facility houses our kitchen, cafeteria and shower facilities. Riding is permitted between dawn and dusk. A helmet is required for your safety.

Trail riding at Haspin is something that anyone can enjoy. With hundreds of miles of trails winding through trees and over hills, any skill level can successfully find a challenge. The ultimate challenge is “Devil’s Backbone”.

We have two motocross tracks. One is a smaller supercross style track. It consists of tight corners, lower speeds, and more jumps for the size, which makes it more technical. The other is a large motocross style track. It is just the opposite of the small track and is more wide open, with much higher speeds and larger jumps.

The park is open 365 days a year, and the race schedule is usually from spring to fall. Our races include Hair Scramble Races, Halloween 100 (Hair Scramble), Motocross Races and Flat Drags.

Dirt drag racing is a very popular event at Haspin with racers coming from all around to compete. Racing everything from stock four wheelers and bikes to the hand crafted dirt dragsters and buggies. Whether you are a serious competitor or a weekend warrior, there is a competition for everyone.

Everyone is welcome at Haspin, from buggies to bikes and 4×4’s to ATVs — anyone who is looking to have a great time being safe and getting dirty!

When camping at Hasin Acres, you can choose from a wide variety of sites. Whether you are looking for a spot where you can fish one of our two ponds, or something more secluded like a spot deep in the woods, it is up to you.

Have you been to this park? If you have personal experience with this place and would like to write a more helpful review, please email us and let us know!


Oscar is one of the founders of JeepsOnTrails and an avid Jeep enthusiast.