The track was originally known as Camelback Motocross Park, located in Regional Park in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. In 1993, Steve Ashcraft brought the track to its present location and dubbed the track Camelback II.
It later became known as Pine Bluff MX when Gary Cicero took over in 1997. The very first race held at the track was the Arkansas State Championship, and the track has historically continued to host this race.
In 2020 PBMX was completely redone by Vernon Mckiddie with VMAC Tracks. The iconic camelback shaped jump that the track was originally known and named after was re-shaped and remains in its original location.
In 2022 a new owner came in to keep the track going and help the Arkansas motocross community grow. As a lifelong Arkansas resident and motocross enthusiast, the owner has brought new energy to the track and has big plans. The track has been rebranded as Pine Bluff Motocross Facility (PBMX-F) and will host training camps with motocross instructors, organized practice days, drop-in training days, and
3901 Hwy 79 north Pine Bluff, AR 71602
From Little Rock take I-530 South, take Exit 35, go to 4th red light then turn Left on 79B north to Arkansas River. Track is located just before you cross the Arkansas River bridge turn right at MX sign.
From I-30 take Malvern Highway 270 Exit. Travel East on 270 until you reach I-530 then follow directions above.
From south Highway 65 to 65B to the 6th red light (UAPB Exit), turn Right on 79B (University Ave) go north past UAPB Stadium to the Arkansas River bridge turn right at MX sign BEFORE you cross the river bridge.