In 2004 Rick Hollaway fulfilled a life long dream of building a motocross track. Motoland is located in Kingsbury, Indiana. The track sits in the Kingsbury Fish & Wildlife area which was previously known as the Kingsbury Ordinance Plant. In the 1950's the land that the track sits on was home to a munitions factory that built hand grenades for the second world war. It briefly re-opened during the Korean conflict in the 60's as well.
Since that time it sat vacant until one day Hollaway happened down that gravel drive. Where others saw 25 ' tall 13" thick concrete buildings that were not coming down, Rick saw Motoland. Rick and his boys, with the help of friends and family, moved the sandy loam day after day for more than one year, until finally they made it up and over the buildings.
Motoland opened its gate May 21, 2005 to rave reviews. The largest closed loop track in the midwest it also has a watering system that is second to NONE. Sporting a 6" water main Motoland can be watered in minutes. 3,000 gallons per minute is available 24/7.
The drainage system is state of the art as well. While other tracks close if they get a big rain, Motoland will remain open and the riding is epic.