Rocket Raceway Dirt Biking

West of Harrisburg near Three Springs, the Rocket Raceway has a 1.2 mile natural-terrain motocross track.

To reach Rocket Raceway from the Turnpike, use Exit #180 for Fort Littleton. Head south on SR522 and turn right at the first turn onto SR475. The road takes a sharp right. Do not take this sharp right. --> You will go straight, this is 655 north - and goes to Waterfall. --> At the stop sign bear right (you are still on 655) go approximately 1 and a half miles and youll see a sign for Prestige Meats. -->(also a Rocket MX sign but its a bit hard to see). Turn right at the sign then a quick right again, --> now make your first left onto Black Hollow Road.--> Drive all the way to the top of the hill and then turn right onto Star Road. --> Rocketraceway is about 1 mile on the right. If you only have a pickup truck or a small trailer you can save yourself about 6 miles (or more) by taking the following directions: When you are on 475 instead of taking 655 make the right and stay on 475. You will travel approximately 4 miles and your will turn left. There is a green sign saying Dublin Mills You will then go approximately 3 and a half miles and you will bear right onto Dublin Mills Road. Follow the road down the hill. You will go over a one lane bridge (this is why you only want a pick up truck or a small trailer. Turn left as you leave the one lane bridge. Follow the road up to the top of the hill (approximately 1 mile) and turn left onto Star road. Rocket Raceway is down on the left side. Please go to the top and take the top road in.

Rocket Raceway Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Rocket Raceway (814) 448-2701; PA Visitor Info. (800) VISIT-PA.

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Date Updated:  7/28/2016

Rocket Raceway Dirt Biking Map


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