Think skidoo’s are only for winter? Think again! This drag
strip is set on grass and includes snowmobiles and all
classes of ATV right up to super alcohol burning, mind
blowing home brew mods. You’ll be shocked at the speeds
these little mini-monsters can achieve and they can’t be
missed…. you’ll hear them right across the entire
Every year thousands of visitors young and old come to
enjoy the fun by playing in the mud, the best way possible…
ALL OUT. Our mud pit is very large with shallow and deep
areas for everyone to play in. This is one of the most
popular events for campers and it’s located conveniently
close to the campsites and outhouses. Whether you want to
stay clean from the shore or get right into it, the mud pit
is always a weekend long spree of fun.
Wheels a Churnin is part of the NAMRO mud racing circuit
which brings some of the top mud racers in North America.
You WILL be blown away at the speeds and sounds of these
machines as they roar down the track! It’s an amazing
experience for the whole family and one you’ll never forget!
Come for the day, or come camp out for the weekend!
Wheel To Wheel
Our circle track events always attract a crowd, and
understandably so. The competition is tense and the action
is non stop as the track is used for various classes of
vehicles from dune buggies to BAJA inspired trucks, to ATV’s
and motocross bikes. Spectators get a wide and elevated view
of the entire course directly across from the start/finish
line. Great event for the whole family to come and see as
these modified vehicles take to the air, spin out and
sometimes even roll over.
This is an event to test your off road skills whether you
have a stock 4×4, modified 4×4 or a fully customized 4×4
buggy. One driver and one spotter will traverse the course
while trying to avoid hitting as many flags as possible.
These flags will mark the boundaries of the course and test
the skills of both driver and spotter. There are penalties
for back ups and time is a factor this year with every 10
seconds adding time to the clock. The competitor with the
lowest score wins! Event runs Saturday only!
Truck & Tractor Pull
Tractor pulling competitions first appeared in Quebec in
1970 at the St-Hyacinthe Agricultural Fair. Since then this
genre of competition has become more and more popular and
inclusive to more and more types of vehicles all the way to
two wheel and four wheel drive trucks. It can be a thrilling
event to watch, especially with some of the heavily modified
tractors and trucks. Some tractors can have upwards of 6 of
8 high performance race engines screaming away as it passes
by in front of the crowd. It’s a great event for all ages!