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A GUIDE TO: CALIFORNIA OFF-HIGHWAY ADVENTURES OFF-HIGHWAY MOTOR VEHICLE RECREATION DIVISION CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS WELCOME! alifornia State Parks welcomes you to the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Program. Did you know that California State Parks manages the largest off-highway recreation program in the United States? Established over 40 years ago, the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division, in partnership with local, state, and federal agencies, offers a wide variety of off-highway adventures to suit every skill level and age while protecting California's natural and cultural resources. C Off-highway motor vehicle recreation is a great way to spend quality time with friends and family and encourages healthy physical activity. Motorized recreation opens the door for millions of people to access and enjoy California's great outdoors. To help you better identify and enjoy off-highway vehicle recreation opportunities, this Guide to California Off-Highway Adventures provides a listing of trails and areas designated for motorized recreation. People enjoy off-highway recreation in California, and appreciate the need to protect our environment and preserve access to the outdoors. Those traveling off-highway include a broad range of recreationists as diverse as the terrain of California. Regardless of whether you enjoy traveling with two wheels, four wheels, hooves or your feet, we all share a common desire: the appreciation of California's extraordinary natural landscape and love of the outdoors. Respecting one another's right to recreate in their own personal and responsible way and following basic trail etiquette will go far in reducing use conflicts and enhancing your off-highway experience, wherever, and whatever it might be. So jump in and join us for a world of adventure that lies just down the road. Of all the roads you take in life, make sure some of them are dirt! Fun and excitement provided at no extra charge. MISSION STATEMENT The Mission of the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Division is to provide leadership statewide in the area of off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation; to acquire, develop, and operate state-owned vehicular recreation areas; and to otherwise provide for a statewide system of managed OHV recreational opportunities through funding to other public agencies. The OHMVR Division works to ensure quality recreational opportunities remain available for future generations by providing for education, conservation, and enforcement efforts that balance OHV recreation impacts with programs that conserve and protect cultural and natural resources. California State Parks, OHMVR Division 1725 23rd Street, Suite 200 Sacramento, CA 95816-7100 916.324.4442 ohv.parks.ca.gov firstname.lastname@example.org FUNDING A STATEWIDE OHV PROGRAM he OHV Trust Fund is comprised entirely of funds generated in the course of OHV recreation, including: T • Gas taxes on gasoline used for OHV recreation on public lands. • OHV Green/Red Sticker registration fees and non-resident permit fees. • Entrance fees to the State Vehicular Recreation Areas (SVRAs). GET INVOLVED; BECOME A VOLUNTEER! f you are passionate about OHV recreation, and want to ensure your opportunities remain open for years to come, become a volunteer today! I tread lightly! The OHMVR Division is committed to the principles of Tread Lightly! Being environmentally responsible isn't difficult, but it does involve some basic principles. These principles are outlined in the Tread Lightly! Pledge. Travel responsibly Respect the rights of others Educate yourself Avoid sensitive areas he Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division of California State Parks operates and funds 8 SVRAs throughout the state and provides funding for local, state and federal agencies and partners for a system of managed OHV programs. T The funds distributed through the Grants Program are used to develop, operate and maintain OHV areas and facilities, including trail improvement and upkeep, care and cleaning of OHV staging areas, environmental monitoring, law enforcement, and education and safety programs. Combined efforts at all levels of government, joined with contributions from thousands of volunteers who care CHILDREN IN THE OUTDOORS he mission of the Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights is to encourage California's children to participate in outdoor activities and discover their heritage. T As a volunteer, you can help sustain a community of informed, caring, and responsible recreationists. Your contribution will ensure off-highway vehicle recreation opportunities remain available today and for future generations. Volunteer opportunities are diverse and include: • Trail Patrol/Monitoring/Maintenance. • Public Outreach (OHV fairs, community and school functions, etc.). OHV recreation areas fit perfectly with this mission. In some areas, naturalists and recreation staff lead programs such as bird watching, bike rides, and nature hikes specifically designed with children in mind. Brochures, signs, or other materials may allow for "selfguided" outdoor adventures. Call ahead to the area you plan to visit to learn what resources and programs may be offered during your visit. • Educational Trail Rides. Every child should have the opportunity to: • Special Projects/Events. • Play in a safe place • Resource Protection. • Explore nature • OHV Safety Course Trainer or Assistant. • Learn to swim • Campground Host. • Follow a trail • Weekend Information Booths. Contact the land manager at your favorite OHV area to find out about volunteer opportunities, or the OHMVR Division at 916.324.4442 or visit ohv.parks.ca.gov. • Go fishing • Camp under the stars • Ride a bike • Go boating • Connect with the past • Plant a seed Do your part OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE USE MAY BE HAZARDOUS YOUR USE OF PROTECTIVE APPAREL, SKILL LEVEL, VEHICLE CONDITION, TERRAIN, WEATHER, COMMON SENSE AND FOLLOWING PARK RULES ALL AFFECT YOUR SAFETY RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK A deeply about the places they recreate, help to ensure your favorite trail or viewpoint will be there for your children and your grandchildren to enjoy. The founding principle that underlies California's statewide OHV program is SUSTAINABILITY. Maintaining OHV areas in good condition and preventing environmental damage are central to the success of the program. The OHMVR Division of California State Parks has been charged by the California Legislature to manage existing and future OHV facilities to sustain long-term use. This commitment is highlighted and affirmed in California State Parks' strategic plan goal to: "Protect and preserve the resources and facilities in the existing State Park System." The OHMVR Division provides: • Youth oriented programs. © California State Parks, August 2013 Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division All rights reserved. QR CODE INSTRUCTIONS: Snap a picture of this code with your smart phone's QR application to learn more about California Off-Highway Adventures. SUSTAINING A STATEWIDE OHV PROGRAM Even when organized activities are not provided by land managers, kids will benefit from the opportunity to simply explore new areas, camp under the stars, hike, and just generally play in the outdoors. Studies have shown that children who spend time in the outdoors and participate in outdoor activities are more creative, healthier, do better in school, have better social skills and self image, and lead more fulfilled lives. • OHV maps, brochures, and website information. • Safety training programs. • Funding to maintain areas and trails. • Protection of natural and cultural resources. • Volunteer opportunities. • Funding to Law Enforcement agencies. RESOURCES roviding long-term, sustainable OHV recreation requires thoughtful management of the environment. Land managers constantly work to monitor and protect habitat, maintain roads and trails to prevent erosion, preserve vegetated areas, and prevent disturbance to endangered species. resources by regularly visiting sites and recording changes. P By carefully monitoring plant and animal populations, land managers adjust the way an area is used to ensure a healthy ecosystem. During your OHV recreation experience, you may encounter trails that have been rerouted, fencing, gates, signs, and closed areas designed to protect natural and cultural resources. Please respect these protection measures and help ensure high-quality, sustainable OHV recreation opportunities for years to come. We share our OHV areas with a wide variety of plants, amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds who call these areas home. Help protect your OHV opportunities. CULTURAL RESOURCES Whether it is a small grinding rock or a hill covered with mining debris, please be respectful of the past and help protect these precious pieces of history. NATURAL RESOURCES Travel Responsibly • Don't create new routes or expand existing trails. • Comply with all signs and respect barriers. Appropriate training is a critical factor in the safe operation of OHVs and the prevention of accidents. Courses for children have been designed for operation of motorcycles, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). These classes are taught by employees and volunteers, as well as private instructors, and are available at local, state and federal areas throughout the state. The OHMVR Division pays for any youth under 18 years who enrolls in a certified ATV safety training program taught anywhere in the state. Free ATV safety training may also be available from the manufacturer for adults and their families who have purchased a new ATV. The OHMVR Division also sponsors the Off-Highway PALS program. This program pairs at-risk youth participating in the California Police Activities League with instructors and equipment (ATVs, motorcycles and snowmobiles). The program uses the appeal of OHV recreation as a "gateway activity" to welcome young people into a learning environment that promotes environmentally responsible and safe recreation. In addition to building an understanding and appreciation of the outdoors, the program also instills confidence, develops team-building skills, and fosters positive relationships with law enforcement. • Moving cultural resources is not only illegal but it destroys the integrity of the site and erases part of the history of the area. • Become a trained volunteer with the California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program and protect archaeological and historical OHV SAFETY TRAINING PROVIDERS afe and responsible OHV operation starts with proper training. The OHMVR Division partners with several associations to provide ATV, motorcycle, and recreational off-highway vehicle (ROV) training through hands-on and/ or online training located throughout California, including all SVRAs. S The OHMVR Division recommends the following training partners: All-Terrain Vehicles ATV Safety Institute atvsafety.org 800.887.2887 Off-Highway Motorcycles Motorcycle Safety Foundation msf-usa.org 800.446.9227 Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association rohva.org 949.255.2560 any laws in California that apply to driving on-highway remain in effect when driving off-highway. In addition, there are some laws and regulations that pertain specifically to driving off-highway. Below are a few important OHV-related laws. For a summary listing of California state laws relating to OHV recreation, visit ohv.parks.ca.gov/laws_and_safety. M POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL Whether on-highway or off-highway, it is illegal to possess an open container while riding in or operating an OHV on public land. SPARK ARRESTERS/MUFFLERS SAFE OPERATION An OHV may never be driven in a manner that endangers the safety of other persons or their property. Not only is it the law, but it's common courtesy. OHVs must be equipped with a U.S. Forest Service approved spark arrester or an adequate muffler, maintained in effective working order. LIGHTS CAUTION AROUND PEOPLE AND ANIMALS • Switchbacks maintain trail stability; don't take shortcuts. When operating a vehicle within 50 feet of any campground, campsite, or concentration of people or animals, do not exceed 15 mph. Any vehicle operated between sunset and sunrise must display at least one headlight that enables an operator to see clearly 200 feet ahead and one red taillight visible for 200 feet to the rear. • Pack out what you pack in. VEHICLE REGISTRATION ATV REQUIREMENTS Water Quality • Avoid sensitive areas such as meadows, lakeshores, wetlands and streams. • Cross streams only at designated fording points or where the trail crosses the stream. • Camp at least 200 feet from water. • Use restrooms where available or portable toilet devices (WAG bag) and pack out your waste. If other options are not available, bury solid waste in 6 to 8-inch holes at least 200 feet from water sources. Vehicle Fluids • Keep your OHV well maintained with regular tune-ups. • Carry a spill kit or WAG bag in case of a sudden oil leak. • Please do not tamper, remove, or destroy any cultural resources. Children and Safety OFF-HIGHWAY RULES AND REGULATIONS SAFETY TIPS KNOW BEFORE YOU GO AND ONCE YOU ARRIVE To operate any OHV on public land, the vehicle must have one of the following: • Helmets Required: Anyone on an ATV must be wearing an approved helmet. Street Legal License Plate • Double Riding: A passenger may not ride on an ATV unless the ATV was designed by the manufacturer to carry a passenger. Street-licensed vehicles must have a current registration in California or another state to operate off-highway. ATV Safety Certificate Requirement Green or Red Stickers 18 years and older: California residents are issued Green and Red Stickers by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for registered OHVs. Stickers cost $52 per vehicle and are valid for a two-year period. $33 of the fee is deposited into the OHV Trust Fund and provides a portion of the overall funding necessary to maintain OHV recreation areas. A safety certificate is not mandatory to operate an ATV. It is recommended. The Green Sticker allows vehicles to operate on public lands all year. The Red Sticker is for motorcycles and ATVs model year 2003 and newer that do not meet emission standards established by the California Air Resources Board. If the vehicle has a 3 or a C in the eighth position of the Vehicle Identification Number, then it does not meet the emission standards and should be issued a Red Sticker. The Red Sticker is exactly the same as the Green Sticker except that these vehicles can only be operated during certain times of the year. Ages 14-17: All riders ages 14 to 17 must possess an ATV Safety Certificate, or be under the direct supervision of a parent, guardian, or other adult who has completed an ATV safety course and has an ATV Safety Certificate in his/her possession. Ages 13 and under: 1 All riders 13 and under MUST BE DIRECTLY SUPERVISED AT ALL TIMES. Either the child or the child's parent, legal guardian, or someone who is authorized by the parent or legal guardian to supervise the child, must possess an ATV Safety Certificate. Visiting from Another State? Nonresident OHV Use Permits SOUND REQUIREMENT California honors OHV registrations from the neighboring states of Oregon, Nevada and Arizona among others. If you are unsure if California honors your state's registration, call 916.324.4442. (Note: A simple Title does not qualify as Registration.) On January 1, 2003, California OHV noise regulations changed. If your OHV was manufactured: If your state does not have an OHV registration program, you can purchase non-resident permit that allows you to operate your vehicle in any location throughout California where a green sticker vehicle would operate. Permits cost $30 per year and are issued online by the OHMVR Division and through more than 90 vendors located in Arizona, California, and Nevada. To get more information about purchasing a permit online, go to ohv.parks.ca.gov/nonresidents. o make your trip enjoyable, please consider these helpful tips: T • Always tell someone of your travel plans. Do not assume your cell phone will work. Before January 1, 1986 On or after January 1, 1986 • Determine if areas you plan to visit allow your vehicle type, e.g., motorcycle, ATV, full sized vehicles, etc. • Be prepared with tools, supplies, spares, and a spill kit. • Prepare for the unexpected. Bring appropriate clothing and gear for the season. • Pack water, food, sunscreen, flashlight, and first aid kit. • Check the weather forecast before your trip; weather can change rapidly. Once you have arrived: • Be considerate of others on the road or trail. • Operate only on trails or use areas designated for OHV recreation. • Yield the right of way to those passing you or traveling uphill. Motorized vehicles should yield to mountain bikers, hikers, and horses. • Avoid wheel spin. • Crushing vegetation is illegal. • Keep speeds low around crowds and in camping areas. • Keep the noise and dust down. Before January 1, 1998 On or after January 1, 1998 • Leave gates as you find them. • Keep control of your pets. • Protect future opportunities by practicing responsible riding and driving. • Know your limitations. Watch your time, your fuel, and your energy. alifornia offers spectacular winter recreation opportunities. C Over Snow Vehicle Program California SNO-PARKs California also operates 18 SNO-PARKs which provide areas to park and engage 101 dbA 96 dbA * Competition OHVs are those that are not manufactured to comply with EPA noise or California emission standards. For information on the designation of your OHV, refer to your owner's manual or contact your local dealership. WINTER RECREATION PROGRAM The Over Snow Vehicle Program supports both motorized and non-motorized winter recreation through a system of 34 trailheads and 26 groomed trail systems providing more than 1,700 miles of trails for snowmobiles and other snow-related activities. Both the OHMVR Division and U.S. Forest Service share the cost of implementing the Program, which provides fortrail grooming, and maintaining access and upkeep of staging areas where the public can unload their winter recreation equipment (snowmobiles, dog sleds, skis, etc.), or just park for the day and enjoy the snow. 96 dbA If your competition* OHV was manufactured: • Buddy up with two or more vehicles. Traveling solo can leave you vulnerable. • Contact the land manager for maps, area restrictions, closures, and permit requirements. 101 dbA in non-motorized winter recreation and general snow play. Seven of the SNOPARKs also serve as shared trailheads for snowmobile and other recreational vehicles modified for use on snow. A daily or seasonal SNO-PARK permit is required. Permits are available online and at vendor locations throughout the state. To obtain a SNO-PARK permit, which is required for parking, please visit ohv.parks.ca.gov/snoparks. CALIFORNIA OFF-HIGHWAY ADVENTURE MAP OHV Areas Grid Locator Alturas Field Office F2 Year Round Ash pan Staging Area E4 Year Round Auburn SRA/Mammoth Bar ATV MC 4X4 ROV X X X X F7 Year Round X X H11 Year Round X X X X Baldy Mesa K16 10/01 -04/30 X X X X Ballinger Canyon X X X X H16 10/01 -04/30 F6 Year Round Beachridge Trall/Albanlta/Granlte-Broder Trails J13 Year Round Camping Primitive OSV Contact # X G6 Year Round X X X X Bee Canyon L18 10/01 - 05/31 X X X X Big Bear/Cactus Flats K17 10/01 -04/30 X X X X F5 Year Round 112 10/01 - 05/31 Big Pine Flats L17 10/01 -04/30 X X X X Big Valley Ranger District F3 Year Round X X X X Black Springs OHV Area G9 Year Round X X X X Blackwood Canyon SNO-PARK G7 Year Round X Bogard F4 Year Round X Bridgeport Winter Recreation Area H9 Year Round X Buck Rock Jeep Trail 112 10/01 - 05/31 X X X X Buckhorn G16 Year Round X X X X Bucks Summit Staging Area E5 Year Round Burlington Motorcycle Trail System F7 Year Round California City J15 Year Round X X Camuesa/Buckhorn OHV Route H17 10/01 -04/30 X X Carnegie SVRA E10 10/01 -04/30 X Chapple-Shasta OHV Area D4 10/01 -06/30 Cherry Gap H12 Chllcoot G6 China Wall OSV Staging Area F7 Year Round Clay Pit SVRA E6 09/01 - 06/30 X X X X Clear Creek Management Area * F13 10/01 - 05/31 X X X X Cleghorn Bar F6 Year Round X X X X Corral Canyon OHV Area M20 10/01 -04/30 X X X X Crab Flats L17 10/01 -04/30 X X X X Crandall Peak/Deer Creek Area G9 10/01 - 05/31 X X X X X X Hat Creek Ranger District Devil's Garden Ranger District F2 Year Round X X 530-885-4527 www.parks.ca.gov California State Parks Divide Peak H17 10/01 - 04/30 X X 559-855-5355 www.fs.fed.us Sierra NF High Sierra Ranger District Doorknob Staging Area E2 Year Round X 909-832-2600 www.fs.fed.us San Bernardino NF Front Country Ranger District Doublehead Ranger District E1 Year Round X X X X X 661-245-3731 www.fs.fed.us Los Padres NF Mt. Pinos Ranger District Dove Springs Open Area J14 09/01 - 05/31 X X X X X 530-288-3231 www.fs.fed.us Tahoe NF Yuba River Ranger District Drinkwater Flats J17 10/01 - 04/30 X X X X 760-376-3781 www.fs.fed.us Sequoia NF Kern River Ranger District Dumont Dunes OHV Area M14 Year Round X X X X X X www.fs.fed.us Tahoe NF Sierraville Ranger District Dusy-Ershlm OHV Route 111 Year Round X X www.fs.fed.us San Bernardino NF San Jacinto Ranger District E Street MX and River Front Park E7 Year Round X X 909-382-2782 www.fs.fed.us San Bernardino NF Mountain Top Ranger District Eastwood SNO-PARK H11 Year Round 530-283-0555 www.fs.fed.us Plumas NF Mt. Hough Ranger District El Mirage Dry Lake OHV Area K16 10/01 - 04/30 559-338-2251 www.fs.fed.us Sequoia NF Hume Lake Ranger District Elkins Flat OHV Area G8 Year Round X 909-382-2782 www.fs.fed.us San Bernardino NF Mountain Top Ranger District Figueroa G16 Year Round X X X X X www.fs.fed.us Modoc NF Big Valley Ranger District Fordyce Jeep Trail F6 Year Round X X www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF Calaveras Ranger District Foresthill OHV Trail System F7 Year Round X X X 530-543-2600 www.fs.fed.us Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Fort Sage OHV Area G5 Year Round X X X X X X X X X 530-257-4188 www.fs.fed.us Lassen NF Eagle Lake Ranger District Four Corners Snowmobile Park E2 Year Round 760-932-7070 www.fs.fed.us Humboldt-Tolyabe NF Bridgeport Ranger District Frank Raines E11 10/01 - 04/30 F4 Year Round 559-338-2251 www.fs.fed.us Sequoia NF Hume Lake Ranger District Fredonyer 805-925-9538 www.fs.fed.us Los Padres NF Santa Lucia Ranger District Gold Note OHV Area F8 Year Round X 530-283-0555 www.fs.fed.us Plumas NF Mt. Hough Ranger District Greenhorn Summit 114 Year Round X 530-288-3231 www.fs.fed.us Tahoe NF Yuba River Ranger District Groveland Ranger District G10 10/01 -05/31 X X X X X 760-373-8606 www.calcltypd.org California City Heber Dunes SVRA N20 Year Round X X X X X X X X 805-967-3481 www.fs.fed.us Los Padres NF Santa Barbara Ranger District High Lakes OHV Area E5 Year Round X X X X X X X 925-447-9027 www.ohv.parks.ca.gov OHMVR Division Twin Cities District Hite Cove Motorized Trail G10 10/01 -05/31 X X X X X X X X X 530-224-2100 www.blm.gov Northern California District Redding Field Office Hollister Hills SVRA E12 10/01 -05/31 X X X X 10/01 - 05/31 X X X X 559-338-2251 www.fs.fed.us Sequoia NF Hume Lake Ranger District Hope Valley SNO-PARK G8 Year Round Year Round X X X X 530-836-2575 www.fs.fed.us Plumas NF Beckwourth Ranger District Hull Creek/Trout Creek G9 10/01 -05/31 X X X X 530-367-2224 www.fs.fed.us Tahoe NF American River Ranger District Humbug OHV Open Riding Area C2 Year Round X X X X X X X 805-967-3481 www.fs.fed.us Los Padres NF Santa Barbara Ranger District 530-667-8611 www.fs.fed.us Modoc NF Doublehead Ranger District 530-667-8611 www.fs.fed.us Modoc NF Doublehead Ranger District X 760-384-5400 www.blm.gov California Desert District Ridgecrest Field Office X 661-269-2808 www.fs.fed.us Angeles NF Santa Clara/Mojave Rivers Ranger District X 760-252-6000 www.blm.gov California Desert District Barstow Field Office X High Sierra Ranger District Sierra NF Marysville X 559-855-5355 www.fs.fed.us Sierra NF High Sierra Ranger District X 760-252-6000 www.blm.gov California Desert District Barstow Field Office X 530-644-2324 www.fs.fed.us Eldorado NF Placerville Ranger District 805-925-9538 www.fs.fed.us Los Padres NF Santa Lucia Ranger District 530-587-3558 www.fs.fed.us Tahoe NF Sierraville Ranger District 530-367-2224 www.fs.fed.us Tahoe NF American River Ranger District 530-257-0456 www.blm.gov Northern California District Eagle Lakes Field Office 530-398-4391 www.fs.fed.us Klamath NF Goosenest Ranger District 209-525-6750 www.stancounty.com Stanislaus County 530-257-4188 www.fs.fed.us Lassen NF Eagle Lake Ranger District X 209-295-4251 www.fs.fed.us Eldorado NF Amador Ranger District X 760-376-3781 www.fs.fed.us Sequoia NF Kern River Ranger District 209-962-7825 www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF Groveland Ranger District 760-767-5391 www.ohv.parks.ca.gov OHMVR Division Ocotillo Wells District X 530-258-2141 www.fs.fed.us Lassen NF Almanor Ranger District X 559-877-2218 www.fs.fed.us Sierra NF Bass Lake Ranger District 831-637-3874 www.ohv.parks.ca.gov OHMVR Division Hollister Hills District 775-882-2766 www.fs.fed.us Humboldt-Tolyabe NF Carson Ranger District 209-586-3234 www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF Ml-Wok Ranger District 530-493-2243 www.fs.fed.us Klamath NF Happy Camp/Oak Knoll Ranger District 661-248-7007 www.ohv.parks.ca.gov OHMVR Division Hungry Valley District 209-586-3234 www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF Ml-Wok Ranger District 559-855-5355 www.fs.fed.us Sierra NF High Sierra Ranger District Summit Ranger District X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 530-538-2200 www.ohv.parks.ca.gov OHMVR Division Twin Cities District Hungry Valley SVRA 116 10/01 - 04/30 X X X X www.blm.gov Central California District Hollister Field Office Hunter Creek G10 10/01 -05/31 X X X X 530-534-6500 www.fs.fed.us Plumas NF Feather River Ranger District Huntington Lake SNO-PARK H11 Year Round X 619-445-6235 www.fs.fed.us Cleveland NF Descanso Ranger District Hwy 108 SNO-PARK G9 Year Round X 909-382-2782 www.fs.fed.us San Bernardino NF Mountain Top Ranger District Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area 019 Year Round X X X X 209-586-3234 www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF Ml-Wok Ranger District Indian Canyon J17 10/01 - 04/30 X X X X Iron Lakes Motorized Trail H10 10/01 -05/31 X X X X Iron Mountain SNO-PARK G8 Year Round Jawbone Canyon Open Area J15 09/01 - 05/31 X X X X Johnson Valley OHV Area L16 09/01 - 05/31 X X X X Jonesville E5 Year Round Jose Basln/Blue Canyon Area H11 Year Round X X Juniper Flat OHV Open Riding Area D2 Year Round X X Keysville 114 Year Round X Kings Beach OHV Area G7 Year Round X Devil's Garden Ranger District www.marysvllle.ca.us X 831-630-5000 X Goosenest Ranger District Modoc NF www.fs.fed.us X X X Klamath NF www.fs.fed.us 916-209-3855 X X X www.fs.fed.us 530-233-5811 559-855-5355 X X X 530-398-4391 X X X X X X X X X X District, Field Office, etc. X X X X Land Manager Developed X X 530-299-3215 X X X X X 209-965-3434 www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF 760-337-4400 www.blm.gov California Desert District El Centro Field Office 661-269-2808 www.fs.fed.us Angeles NF Santa Clara/Mojave Rivers Ranger District X X 559-877-2218 www.fs.fed.us Sierra NF Bass Lake Ranger District X X 209-295-4251 www.fs.fed.us Eldorado NF Amador Ranger District 760-384-5400 www.blm.gov California Desert District Ridgecrest Field Office 760-252-6000 www.blm.gov California Desert District Barstow Field Office 530-258-2141 www.fs.fed.us Lassen NF Almanor Ranger District 559-855-5355 www.fs.fed.us Sierra NF High Sierra Ranger District 530-398-4391 www.fs.fed.us Klamath NF Goosenest Ranger District 661-391-6000 www.blm.gov Central California District Bakersfield Field Office 530-543-2600 www.fs.fed.us X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Knoxville OHV Recreation Area D8 Year Round X X X X X 707-468-4000 www.blm.gov Central California District La Grange F10 10/01 - 04/30 X X X X X 209-525-6750 www.stancounty.com Stanislaus County La Porte Snowmobile Trail System F6 Year Round 530-534-6500 www.fs.fed.us Plumas NF Feather River Ranger District Lake Alpine SNO-PARK G8 Year Round Lake Arrowhead/PInnades L17 10/01 - 04/30 Lakes Basln/Gold Lake F6 Year Round Lark Canyon OHV Area M20 10/01 - 04/30 Little Truckee Summit G6 Year Round X X X X X X X 209-795-1381 www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF Calaveras Ranger District 909-382-2782 www.fs.fed.us San Bernardino NF Mountain Top Ranger District X 530-836-2575 www.fs.fed.us Plumas NF Beckwourth Ranger District X 760-337-4400 www.blm.gov California Desert District El Centro Field Office X 530-587-3558 www.fs.fed.us Tahoe NF Sierraville Ranger District X 707-574-6233 www.fs.fed.us Six Rivers NF Mad River Ranger District X 209-965-3434 www.fs.fed.us Stanislaus NF Summit Ranger District X 760-924-5500 www.fs.fed.us Inyo NF Mammoth Ranger Station 530-543-2600 www.fs.fed.us 408-226-5223 www.sccgov.org Santa Clara County X 559-877-2218 www.fs.fed.us Sierra NF Bass Lake Ranger District X 559-338-2251 www.fs.fed.us Sequoia NF Hume Lake Ranger District X 760-376-3781 www.fs.fed.us Sequoia NF Kern River Ranger District 530-258-2141 www.fs.fed.us Lassen NF Almanor Ranger District 916-941-3101 www.blm.gov Central California District Mother Lode Field Office 760-326-7000 www.blm.gov California Desert District Needles Field Office Stanislaus NF Summit Ranger District X X X X X X Mad River Ranger District B5 Year Round X X X X G9 Year Round X X X X X X X X Ukiah Field Office X X Madhatter Rim Trail Mammoth Ranger Station 110 Year Round McKinney-Rubicon G7 Year Round X X Metcalf Motorcycle Park E11 10/01 - 04/30 X X Miami Creek OHV Area H11 10/01 -05/31 X X X X Millwood OHV Staging Area H12 10/01 -05/31 X X X X Monache J13 Year Round X X X X Morgan Summit E4 Year Round Mother Lode Field Office F8 Year Round X X X X Needles OHV Areas 015 Year Round X X X X Niagara Rim Trail G9 Year Round X X X X X 209-965-3434 www.fs.fed.us Noonchester OHV Route G7 Year Round X X X X X 530-543-2600 www.fs.fed.us Oceano Dunes SVRA F16 Year Round X X X X X X 905-473-7220 www.ohv.parks.ca.gov OHMVR Division Oceano Dunes District Ocotillo Wells SVRA Ocotillo Wells District X X X X X X X X X Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit M19 10/01 -05/31 X X X X X 760-767-5391 www.ohv.parks.ca.gov OHMVR Division Orleans Ranger District B3 Year Round X X X X X 530-627-3291 www.fs.fed.us Six Rivers NF Orleans Ranger District Ortega Trail H17 10/01 - 04/30 805-646-4348 www.fs.fed.us Los Padres NF Ojai Ranger District Pacific Ranger District F8 Year Round X X X X Pilgrim Creek Staging Area D3 Year Round X X X X Plaster City Open Area N20 10/01 -05/31 X X X X Poker Flat F6 Year Round X X X X Poleta Open OHV A