Zaca Station MX Park
P.O. Box 1757
Buellton, CA 93427
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.zacastationmx.com
Zaca Station MX ParkDirections to track: From North take 101 South exit San Marcos Pass/Hwy 154.Left over freeway approx. ¼ mile turn left on Zaca Station Rd. From South exit San Marcos Pass/HWY 154. Right turn to Zaca Station Rd. Left on Zaca Station Rd. Entrance gate is 0.8 miles down Zaca Station Road just past a small electrical substation on the left hand side. There is no sign but there is a FMF hay bale beside the gate. Once inside the gate, the track is approximately 3 miles further on the dirt road. Follow the signs and please drive slowly
Gate prices as of 5/02/08:
There's three tracks: The main track and the furthest back is approx. 1.3 miles in length and wanders up and down the hillsides. The little track, the first one as you enter, is less difficult and just about right for me on the 230. Finally, there's a pee-wee track in between these two. I didn't pack a camera last time for photos - my bad. I will say that for what amounts to relatively high riding fees I would expect it to be groomed more often. Particularly with a couple free state owned MX tracks in the area.
Their website claims that there are some facilities but, I only saw one porta pottie. I'm also hard pressed to figure out how anyone could justify paying the $500/person membership fee. Still, it's a fun place to ride, relatively safer than other local riding areas (where you're likely the only person for miles and the MX track is miles from your truck) and it's a realtively short drive. If cost wasn't an issue I'd come here over Divide Peak anyday!
August 2013 Update
The park was underoging some permit issues in June of 2013 and was closed for a little less than three months and re-opened sometime in August of 2013.