California Trails

Best ATV Trails California – Off Road Dirt Bike Trails CA

California ATV trails and dirt bike trails offer some of the most scenic off road riding areas in the United States. Rider Destinations lists the best off road ATV & motorcycle trails in California including maps, directions, trail reviews, videos, and other Californa off road trail information. Search below to find your next California ATV trail destination.

Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area

Carnegie SVRA provides 1300 acres of riding trails for your enjoyment.  The terrain varies from dry washes to rolling hills and trails. There are 23 campsites available for overnight camping at a cost of $10 per night.  Keep in mind that no RV filling or dumping is allowed.  The cost for a day use pass is $5 but an annual ... Read More »

Clay Pit SVRA

Clay Pit SVRA is located just west of the town of Oroville, California.  It is a fenced, 220 acre OHV riding area.  This place is really small and might be rather disappointing if you go there expecting an entire day of riding.  It would be great to take the kids out to let them ride for a few hours but ... Read More »

Heber Dunes SVRA

Heber Dunes SVRA is a rather small dune area just south of El Centro, Ca and is just a few miles north of the Mexican border.  There are winding trails, large dunes and dry lake beds on this 343 acre park.  It is red sticker legal year round and the park is open from 8am to 5pm every day of ... Read More »

Hollister Hills SVRA Lower Ranch

Hollister Hills Lower Ranch provides 128 miles of twists, turns and climbs spread out over 3300 acres exclusive to ATV and mx use.  There are 5 campgrounds, but there are no reservations.  There are no RV hookups and you need to check in at the ranger station to pay your fee of $10 per night.  Hours of operations are from dawn ... Read More »

Hungry Valley SVRA

Hungry Valley SVRA is located in beautiful Gorman, California.  Here you can enjoy 19,000 acres of terrain and over 130 miles of scenic trails making it the second largest OHV park in California.  There are trails for everyone from beginner to expert.  Hungry Valley allows all types of OHV’s including trucks and side by sides.  The best times to visit ... Read More »

Oceano Dunes SVRA – Pismo Beach

Oceano Dunes SVRA, also known as Pismo Beach, is a premier riding destination.  It is one of the few places in the world where you can ride wheelies on the beach.  In this unique area sand dunes run all the way down to the beach providing a unique and special riding experience for people of all ages and skill types. ... Read More »

Ocotillo Wells SVRA

Ocotillo Wells SVRA, near Borrego Springs, CA,  is a favorite among freestyle motocrossers due to its unique mud hills that provide an unlimited amount of possible jump combinations.  There is also some great desert riding with some good washes and other fun trails.  There is something for all types of riders and all skill levels.  There are 85000 acres for ... Read More »

Prairie City SVRA

Prairie City SVRA is located just about 20 miles east of Sacramento at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains.  Its closest city is Rancho Cordova in Sacramento County.  It provides over 800 acres of land to ride OHV’s.  It is also home to a lot of wildlife including eagles, hawks, falcons, turkeys, deer and the occasional coyote.  Hours of ... Read More »