Crossroads Raceway Go-Karts
Crossroads was first built in 1959 by a local racecar driver, Mr. Bacon, who lived on the premises. It was originally a dirt track with hay bales as barriers on each side of the track. The asphalt that is the track today was laid in 1962. The Crossroads Go-Kart track is thought to be one of the oldest continuously running tracks in the United States and is still running strong. To take your family to the go-kart track was all the rage throughout the 50's and has not lost momentum through the decades. Parents from Bartlesville and outlying cities have brought many happy children to have their first experience behind the wheel at Crossroads. People travel from as far as surrounding states (Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, etc.) because of the fast cars and safe handling of the operators. It has been owned by many different families in the past but is presently owned and operated by Richard and Kathy Wimer, who have owned it since 1995.
Come visit us! We schedule birthday parties and special events all year long. Check out our ongoing promotions also. This is the perfect place to bring a family together for a little competition and fun.