Located in Baker, California, Dumont Dunes Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Recreation Area encompasses 7,620 acres of public land. This Special Recreation Management Area is located about 40 miles north of Baker, CA where OHV sand dune enthusiasts challenge themselves against the big bowls, steep climbs and flowing transitions.
Located in the southeast corner of California, Glamis is the largest mass of sand in the state. Formed by windblown sands of ancient Lake Cahuilla, the dune system extends for more than 40 miles in a band averaging 5 miles wide. Dunes often reach heights of 300 feet above the desert floor, providing outstanding opportunities for recreation.
Hungry Valley SVRA is located in the Tejon Pass north of Los Angeles. Hungry Valley offers 19,000 acres and more than 130 miles of scenic trails for motorcycle, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), dune buggies, and 4×4 recreation. All levels of OHV operator skills will be challenged by the wide variety of terrain and trails.
Located in the Gabilan Mountains, just an hour’s drive south of San Jose, this unique park features over 6,800 acres and nearly 200 miles of trails in scenic and varied terrain. Visitors are drawn to the natural beauty of the park’s oak woodlands, rolling hills, lush canyons, and seasonal creeks with elevations ranging from 660 feet to 2,425 feet. Hollister Hills offers numerous off-highway vehicle opportunities as well as designated hiking, bicycling, and equestrian trails.
The Jawbone Canyon is an Off-Highway Vehicle Area in the Mojave Desert located in Kern County, California, 20 miles north of Mojave on California State Route 14 near Cantil, CA. Jawbone Canyon provides a wide variety of riding opportunities including cross country play, trail riding, and advanced technical hill climbing opportunities. Jawbone is also a great starting point to begin to explore the hundreds of miles of trail riding opportunities available in the area outside of the OHV Open Area.
More than 85,000 acres of magnificent desert are open for off-highway exploration and recreation within the boundaries of Ocotillo Wells. Explore the various easy hiking trails in Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area that are great for the whole family. If you’re looking for a more strenuous hike? Ocotillo also offers trails ranging from 150 to 291 feet in elevation gain. Whatever you have planned for the day, you can find the perfect trail for your next trip to Ocotillo Wells.
Located in the Mojave Desert of Southern California, Stoddard Valley OHV Recreation Area offers a diverse landscape for off-highway vehicle recreation. It is characterized by steep rocky mountains, rolling hills, open valleys, and winding sandy washes. This 53,000 acre open riding area will offer a challenge to every degree of expertise and type of vehicle.
Johnson Valley is a varied landscape for the off-highway vehicle driver. It is punctuated by steep red rocky mountains, rolling hills, open valley, dry lake beds and sandy washes. Elevations range from 4,600 feet at Hartwell Hills to 2,300 feet at Melville Dry Lake. The 96,000 acre off–highway vehicle riding area has something for every rider at every skill level.
Miller Canyon is a new staging area to the public as it was made public in September 2018. This area gives visitors a chance to access off-road trails that go as far as the I-15 and all the way to Lake Arrowhead. It welcomes all off-road vehicles and other amenities that will make your trip more enjoyable. Riders spend hours exploring the different trails at Miller Canyon.