Track Facts

trackmapsmall
click for hi-res version

The 43 acre PARC was built back in the 1930′s by Pat Sabin for his employees to enjoy with their families. Through the years, some big name bands would occassionaly stop by and play. Groups like the Mama’s & Papa’s and Paul Revere and the Raiders have banged it out inside what is now the Pavillion Kart Shop.

In the 1950′s, came motorcycle racing on the dirt. Then in 1965, Harry Heger bought the property and built a kart track. Though it has changed in the last 35 years or so, we believe it is fulfilling the dreams that Mr. Heger had some years ago. His grandsons still occasionally make it out to sharpen their skills.

The track was purchased by Chris and Lisa Egger in the Spring of 1998. The Eggers along with their children are presently operating this facility today.

Pat’s Acres has a deep history of hosting some of the biggest races in this country. In 1995, under the direction of the Portland Karting Association, Pat’s Acres hosted the largest IKF 2-cycle Grandnationals in American Karting History. This event put Pat’s Acres on the National Map. In 1997, WKA brought the National Constructors Cup Championships to Canby. Again, this facility was the perfect setting.

PARCS’ proudest moments have come in the last ten years. Superkarts!USA has made PARC a permanent fixture for their National SKUSA PROMOTO TOUR. This was the Premier Tour in the US and drew competitors from coast to coast.


19 Responses to “Track Facts”

  1. devin

    Can i bring my pocket bike there to practice?

    #59113
  2. dillon

    Are all the rental times available reserved for karts or cars too?

    A couple buddies and I do autocross and were wanting to check out the track and drive.

    #18920
  3. hey my name is Gene Carpenter, I am a 16 year old Filmer from Seattle Washington. I was wondering if i could have a media pass for this next up coming drift event on December 15th. ive been filming drifting for 1 year now, and i noticed pictures and videos of drifting at this race track and i would love to film at PARC. Thank you for your time!

    -GCMedia
    -Gene Carpenter

    my work:
    https://vimeo.com/genecarpenter

    #11500
  4. paul

    What is the lenth of the track

    #8425
  5. Andrew vaughn

    If I was to bring my own cart; what safety requirements are there..I.e
    Wheel guards roll bars seat belts?..

    #5942
  6. Roger Flescher

    I would like to get my 7 year old daughter in to karting. How do I start? She has never drove a kart before but loves to watch racing. When is a time that someone new could be on the track? What should I expect to spend? Thank you for your response.

    #5216
  7. Ed Reynolds

    Do you have a covered area that we rent for a BBQ for up to 250 guests? Do you offer catering? phone number to call for details.
    Thanks for your time
    Ed

    #4078
  8. GLORIA LATTA

    Can we bring our own go-karts and practice/race at your facility?

    #2341
  9. [...] the historic 43-acre concourse, which, prior to becoming an expansive go-kart range, served as an outdoor venue for bands such as The Mamas & the Papas, and helped to usher in the early days of motocross [...]

    #2332
  10. ben

    is it ok to ride pocket bike here or no?

    #2225
  11. Steven Dix

    Can I please get your address so I know where you are at?

    Steven Dix

    #5

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Live Comment Preview