An oval track of less than a mile in use in the 1920s. It was a dangerous track, with local man Phil Garlick going over the top in his Alvis and being killed in the process. It went through successive ownerships and receiverships, and was closed within ten years, the infield being flooded, and the track rotted away. It was built on in the 1950s, and was officially known as the Olympia Motor Speedway.