Oak & Harrow MX Track: Experience The Best Motocross In SC!

Welcome to Oak & Harrow MX track, where adrenaline and exhilaration converge in a haven designed for MX enthusiasts of all levels. The premier MX track spans an impressive 1.25 miles, characterized by undulating hills, multiple dirt variances, and an intricately crafted layout featuring obstacles that strike the perfect balance between challenge and enjoyment for riders of every skill set. 

Catering specifically to all riders with our exhilarating main track, Oak & Harrow MX track also maintains a dedicated kids' track meticulously designed to be beginner-friendly, fostering an environment where youth can cultivate their passion and master the fundamental principles of motocross. 

Open ride days are posted on the site’s Facebook and Instagram pages (@oakandharrow); to streamline your experience, simply sign in online for your ride day. When you arrive at Oak & Harrow MX track, you’ll be welcomed by towering oak trees that run alongside the property, leading you to a sign-in booth where you can sign all necessary forms and park in large open fields that encompass the track.

Oak & Harrow MX track is kid-friendly

Ahh, the joy of open track day!

Staff Feature: A Childhood Dream Becomes A Reality

As a young child, Josh Barrow’s dad built and owned a track, where he taught his son the fundamentals of riding. In pursuit of his childhood dream of owning his own motocross track, Josh and his wife Hillary made more than a bunny hop of faith in 2019 when they purchased 64 acres of raw land in Edgefield, SC. It’s in his blood, remarks Hillary. I have loved watching him live out his dream and work so hard. I am a proud wife!

Together, the Barrow family oversees every aspect of the Oak & Harrow MX track operations, striving to create a relaxed and family-friendly atmosphere. We want to share the property, love, and passion for the sport with as many people as we can, exclaims Josh. The Barrow’s own boys, Keaton and Cohen, embody the same passion for MX racing, and can be found riding their bikes, catching frogs, and building mud castles on most weekends.

Edgefield SC

Historic Downtown Edgefield, SC — a small town with a large welcome mat!

Things To Do In Edgefield, SC: The Gateway To Southern History

After skirting the dirt all day long at Oak & Harrow, it's time to settle for a slowdown. Edgefield, SC and the surrounding area offers a delightful blend of art, history, and, depending on the time of year, festivals dedicated to local produce. If you're looking for the best of Carolina small town charm, Edgefield is a great place to start.

Immerse yourself in the town's rich heritage by visiting the Old Edgefield District Genealogical Society, the largest genealogical society in South Carolina with more than 400 members across 40 states. Guided tours provide fascinating insights into the lives of influential figures who shaped the area.

For nature enthusiasts, the National Wild Turkey Federation Museum is a must-visit, offering exhibits that highlight the conservation efforts and natural habitats of the wild turkey. Fun fact: it's the only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to wild turkey restoration, management, and hunting.

Finally, take a leisurely stroll through Historic Downtown Edgefield, admiring the well-preserved architecture and discovering local shops, boutiques, and galleries. Whether you're a history buff, art lover, or simply seeking a peaceful escape, Edgefield, SC has something to offer for everyone.

Oak & Harrow MX track

Start 'em young! Oak & Harrow caters to thrill-seekers of all ages.

MX Track At Oak & Harrow: Know Before You Go

Outfitter: Oak & Harrow MX

Address: 320 McKendree Dr, Edgefield, SC 29824

Site: https://www.oakandharrow.com/

Ages: All guests must sign a waiver; those under 18 must have a parent/guardian sign on their behalf for each visit.

Rates: $30 annual membership; $30 80cc + daily riding pass; $20 kids track & up to 65 cc daily riding pass

Dates: Check open ride days on Oak & Harrow’s Facebook page and Instagram @oakandharrow

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