The CERCUT Fairgrounds is an expansive complex of arenas, holding pens, stalls and a motocross track that is used for competition and recreation.
The CERCUT Motocross track is a premier outdoor motocross track. Its national style design draws racers from around the west. "Our track was planned and built by Dirt Wurks, USA arguably the best track builders in the nation. It was really exciting for them to come here because they design high-level competition tracks all over the United States and the world," commented Kenny Kirkwood, motocross promoter.
A World Off-Road Championship (WORCS) race and Utah Sportsman Riders Association (USRA) races are held here. The WORCS races draw 900 professional racers for off-road motoracing. They travel from 8 states race. USRA races draw 600-800 regional racers.
This large outdoor arena features a large grandstand and bleachers that allow spectators to view events throughout the arena. A PA and sound system streamline show running, projecting out around the arena space. With corrals for sorting of stock, ticketed entry gates, and staff to maintain the grounds and work events.
The outdoor arena has hosted fairs, rodeos and races, to see what events are on the horizon, check out our event calendar.
The RC Airport at the Fairgrounds features a 600' x 85' runway, covered and uncovered pit areas with benches, plenty of parking and power. The runway is plowed in the winter and can be flown nearly year round. Desert Wings is an RC Club dedicated to radio controlled flight in Carbon County, Club members fly everything from electric park size aircraft to 1/3 scale gas planes, as well as helicopters, jets, multi-rotors, and First Person View aicraft (FPV).
Carbon County does request that those using the facility (without an instructor) be current Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) members. Membership includes insurance and a safety code which has been adopted at the flying field.