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Great places to ride.
 

Carnegie SVRA offers a variety of terrain on more than 1,300Carnegie_OHV acres of riding area. Characterized by dry rocky washes, rolling hills and steep, rugged canyons, the park provide a setting for off-highway vehicle users of all skill levels. Twenty-three campsites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and picnic tables are located throughout the valley floor. Located in the hills of eastern Alameda and western San Joaquin counties.

8600 W Corral Hollow Road     Tracy CA 95736   
http://www.parks.ca.gov/

Clay Pit SVRA provides good beginner terrain for off-road enthusiasts. ClayPit_OHVThe clay that was used to build Lake Oroville came from the Feather River Valley, three miles west of Oroville. The resulting depression – a large shallow pit ringed with low hills – is the site of this recreation area. It is a motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle, and dune buggy use area.
From Highway 70, west on Oroville Dam Boulevard (Highway 162), two miles south on Larkin Road, to entrance.   http://www.parks.ca.gov

Hollister Hills SVRA offers recreation for motorcyclists,Hollister_OHV 4-wheelers, picnickers, and campers in the Gabilan Mountains just an hour’s drive from San Jose. Park elevations range from 660 feet to 2,425 feet. Hollister Hills also offers classes for children 6-17 so you can start your kids on ATVs the safe way.

7800 Cienega Road, Hollister CA 95023  (831) 637-8186 
 http://www.parks.ca.gov

Prairie City SVRA offers off-highway vehicle enthusiasts PrairieCity_OHVa variety of interesting terrain and trails for motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, and 4-wheel drive vehicles. There are flat, open grasslands, rolling hills with native blue oak trees, and acres of cobbled mine tailings left after gold dredges combed ancient river beds in search of gold during the late 1800s. Beginners as well as experts find the variety of terrain both challenging and enjoyable.

13300 White Rock Road Rancho Cordova CA 95742
http://www.parks.ca.gov


  • Jenkinson Lake & Sly Park have summer boating, fall colors, winter snowshoeing, spring waterfalls  and trails around Jenkinson Lake that can be visited on horseback, mountain bike and on foot.
    Take the 50 freeway to Sly Park Road (exit #60) and head south for about three miles. The main entrance will appear on the left just across from the Sly Park Resort corner store. 
  • Iowa Hill Loop  Colfax, CA
  • Diggins II  Nevada City, CA
  • Laurel Lakes  Mammoth Lakes
  • Crystal Peak Loop  Verdi, Nevada
  • Lost Coast Pacific Drive & Humbolt Redwoods  Leggett, CA
     

 

SLY PARK RECREATION AREA - Pollock Pines, California

San Felipe—Mexico, Baja CA.

More to come

 

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