Arctic Cat 6000
Not everybody rides new sleds. The swaps is where you can find the parts you've been looking for. I love the swaps and I saw some pretty good deals on older sleds. They are already paying for the swap spot so why would they pay for another spot in campground.We had a great time It was packed on Saturday. I would be interested in hearing what attendance was. My boy loved the side by side races and freestyle on both days.
I ended up buying my boy new jacket, bibs, and helmet. I checked the swaps area out about 3 on Saturday. Man, what a bunch of junk. Just like others stated, mostly just an excuse to park your camper, put a table up to sell 5 things, and just drink/party. Hard to find decent things when they are all mixed in there. Not sure why they don't just camp in the Racer's Edge or Chicken coop? Too long of walk??
This was my first year going and didn't know about parking.
I was coming from 95E from Taylors Falls. I took a left onto 375th St. The Hay Days parking signs directed you there or straight on 95. I figured 95 and Oriole might be congested.
I hit traffic at intersection of 375th and Oriole Ave. This was at 8:25am. I waited for one hour. 3 vehicles in front of me, and they put the f..ing lot full sign up. I then had to head north of 95 to Racers edge parking. No waiting to get in. I was pretty upset. I wasted a complete hour just waiting on Oriole. By the time I got in, was about 9:45. If I knew that, I would have kept going on 95, and parked in Racer's edge or Chicken coop.