Directions To Rally Site, Bull Pen (Parking)

Arrival / Parking Date –  Your Personal Arrival / Parking Date for the Salem Rally was EMAILED to you on April 17. Be sure to check your spam/junk/promotions folders. You will NOT need to print or present your Pass upon arrival at the Salem Fairgrounds. Attendees without email addresses on file should have received their Arrival / Parking Date letter via US Mail or Canada Post.

There wiil be NO rally parking on Sunday, June 17th. Parking will open at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 18th.

Directions to Oregon State Fair and Exposition Center

  • When arriving at the site of the International Rally, please disregard any addresses you may have found on the web or other places. These will NOT take you to the bullpen/parking area.

When using a GPS, you have the following three options for a destination. All three put you at the intersection of Silverton Rd NE and Lana Ave NE. You’ll enter the fairgrounds and be directed to the bullpen/parking area from there.

  • For an address, enter “2400 Silverton Rd NE, Salem, OR 97301”.
  • For an intersection, enter “Silverton Rd NE and Lana Ave NE, Salem, OR 97301”.
  • For latitude and longitude, use 44 degrees, 57.876 minutes North, 123 degrees, 00.268 minutes West.

To get to the bullpen/parking area, please use the following route. From I-5, from either the north or south, get off the interstate on Exit 258 (not 256, Market St).  Proceed southwest on Portland Rd NE, toward the fairgrounds, for 1.3 miles to Lana Ave NE. Turn left onto Lana and proceed to the stoplight at Silverton Rd NE. Go straight through the stoplight. The bullpen/parking area is dead ahead.

Check your GPS Route:  If your GPS has you using exit 256, Market St, be advised that this route takes you through a narrow street in a residential area. Exit 258 is a much better route.

Drive carefully, and see everyone there!!

As you near the Salem Fairgrounds you will see signs directing you to the Staging Area / Bull Pen.  Please note:  These signs do NOT specifically say “Bull Pen.”