Getting to Knoxville
Just 35 miles south of Iowa's capital in Des Moines, you will find the greatest half-mile dirt track in the World. Most races run in the evening, so you can spend your days enjoying the many sights in Marion County, dropping a fishing line in Lake Red Rock, browsing in the Dutch community of Pella, or taking advantage of Des Moines which is just thirty-five miles from the track. Attractions there include historic Downtown and the East Village, Adventureland, and during the Nationals, the great Iowa State Fair.
Knoxville Municipal AirportKnoxville Municipal Airport has a 4,000 X 75 ft single concrete runway and an adjacent parallel taxiway. The airport includes 34 T hangar facilities, a maintenance facility, two community hangars, fuel farm, and ramp space with 18 tie-down areas. An AWOSS Weather System is also located on site.
The terminal area consists of a lobby, conference room, pilot lounge, restrooms, office space and kitchenette.
There is a courtesy vehicle available.
Chartered Bus ServiceGet a group together and let someone else do the driving. Chartered motorcoaches to Knoxville are available for groups through Arrow Stage Lines. They have a major hub in Des Moines and can make traveling as a group convenient and enjoyable. Call 800-356-0727 for more information.
Taxi ServiceCardinal Cab is available for taxi service on race nights. There are a limited number of cabs available though, so to guarantee service it's best to arrange for a driver ahead of time. Call 641-792-0000 for details.