Thundering Bison Hare Scramble
Location & Directions
Located at The Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch, Kingston, Arkansas
PUBLIC IS WELCOME!
There will be a Hare Scramble race at the ranch the 23th and 24th of October.
THE RANCH IS ALSO OPEN FOR NORMAL DAY USE AND CAMPING ON THE RACE WEEKEND
Do you know how big the Wilderness Rider Ranch is?
THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF ACTION AND ROOM FOR EVERYONE!
THE TRAILS ARE STILL OPEN FOR DAY RIDING AND THERE ARE PLENTY OF CAMPSITES AVAILABLE TOO.
Racers have a special designated area for all practice, racing and camping.
So, don’t worry about racers crossing the park trails while you are out exploring the wilderness.
And, racers…don’t worry about being hit or held up by day riders while you are racing on the course.
Need directions to the ranch?
Best to come in from the North off of Hwy. 21
The Arkansas Hare Scramble Championship Series
October 23 and 24, 2021
Guy Drollinger (479) 372-2315
Practice on Saturday $10 all classes 12pm to 5pm
Moto 1 Pee Wee 8:15am Sunday
Moto 2 Kids 9:00am Sunday
Moto 3 Short Course 10:00am Sunday
Moto 4 Long Course 12:30pm Sunday
Podium Awards 3:30pm Sunday
Primitive Camping is Free
Saturday Race Practice $10
Gate Fees for all attendees (racers and spectators) into the Race Area
Children 7 – 17 $5
Children 0 – 6 FREE
Want to explore the rest of the ranch on your dirt bike, atv, Jeep or side x side? You can upgrade your race gate fee to include the Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch trails!
SPECIAL PARK TRAIL FEES FOR RACE PARTICIPANTS AND SPECTATORS:
Special Friday rate for dirt bikes – just $10 per day
Saturday & Sunday: 2 wheeled vehicles (dirt bikes) just $10 additional
Saturday & Sunday: 4 wheeled vehicles (ATV, Jeep or Side x Sides) just $20 additional
Special Monday rate for dirt bikes – just $10 per day
COMMEMORATIVE SHIRTS – AVAILABLE AT THE EVENT
NO GLASS CONTAINERS IN THE PARK
SHIRTS Commemorative Shirts – Available at the event
Please help us preserve the pristine environment of the ranch. No glass allowed and you must pack out anything you bring in – including trash.
New race trails this year!