Located at the Mercer County Fairgrounds, a one mile dirt oval was opened in 1904, which
was used through to 1917, and once again in 1932. On the same site, a 1.0 mile wood oval
was built by Jack Prince and Art Pillsbury which operated
between the 2nd October 1920 and the 2nd October 1927. It had 30 degree banked
corners, and was the site of Alton Soules fatal crash on the 1st October 1921 (it was
also known as the Raisin Day Speedway). A half mile dirt oval was also used at the site
in 1927, 1938 and 1951.