California motorcycle, ATV, and UTV trails offer a diverse range of terrain, scenery, and difficulty. We've assembled the best the Golden State has to offer. OHV trails include mountain and desert single tracks, designated vehicular recreation areas, and how mountain adventure trails. Search below for the destination of your next amazing California OHV adventure.
The Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area is a 1,300 acre OHV area in central California. Carnegie offers a wide range of terrain to suit every riding style from steep widow-maker hill climbs to tight, technical signal tracks. The OHV area also has a motocross track, ATV/motocross track, 70cc children's track, 110cc beginner track, trials area, and four-by-four rock crawling area. Read more.
The Clay Pit State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) is a 217 acre OHV area near Oroville California, north of Sacramento. The SVRA is an excellent area for new riders to master basic off-road riding skills before attempting more challenging terrain. The open pit has several table top jumps, short, steel hill climbs, dry washes, trenches, and a small motocross track, but is mostly flat. Read more.
The Hollister Hills State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) is a massive and intricate network of motorcycle, ATV, and side-by-side trails. The SRVA also has multiple motocross tracks suited for various skill levels. There’s even an ATV track and an obstacle course. Trail conditions range from loose dirt to hard pack. The more difficult trails offer technical rock and root sections and long, steep hill climbs to challenge experienced riders. There are numerous beginner trails that offer a safe, easy way for kids and novices to learn how to ride. Read more.