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Gold Country Off-Road Parks

Gold Country Off-Road Parks Overview

Off-road parks in Gold Country include SVRA (State Vehicular Recreation Areas), National Forests and professionally built parks. Gold Country features a varied terrain from wilderness trails to challenging gulches. Whether you have a dirt bike, ATV or 4WD truck, there's a Gold Country OHV area to suit your needs. Challenge your dirt bike skills at Prairie City Recreation Area. Explore the back road ATV trails in the National Forest. From Grass Valley to Jamestown, we've gathered all of the Gold Country ATV parks and all the information you need to go off road.

Gold Country Off-Road Parks

Prairie City is located off Highway 50 south of Folsom. Prairie City offers 836 acres of open grasslands, rolling hills and cobbled mine tailings left from the Gold Rush era. In addition to ATV trail riding, several tracks are also available including a motocross track, ATV track, 4 by 4 track, 4 by 4 obstacle course, kids track, mini track, TT track, quarter midget track, Kart track and practice tracks. Good for dirt bikes, ATV and 4x4. Amenities include picnic areas, restrooms and more.

Prairie City SVRA
13300 White Rock Road
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 985-7378

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The Tahoe National Forest is located along Lake Tahoe's western wilderness. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and roads are available throughout the forest. A few of the more popular OHV trails include Prosser Pits, Prosser Hill, Fordyce, Bear Valley and Foresthill Divide.

Tahoe National Forest
631 Coyote Street
Nevada City, California 95959
(530) 265-4531

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The Stanislaus National Forest is located on the western side of the Sierras, from Highway 4 in the north to Yosemite in the south. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and roads are available throughout the forest. A few of the more popular OHV trails include Niagara Rim, Black Springs, Crandall, Hull Creek and Hunter Creek.

Stanislaus National Forest
19777 Greenley Road
Sonora, California 95370
(209) 532-3671

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The Sierra National Forest is located on the western side of the Sierras, from Yosemite in the north to Highway 180 in the south. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and roads are available throughout the forest. A few of the more popular OHV trails include Miami Creek, Maxson and Onion Springs.

Sierra National Forest
1600 Tollhouse Road
Clovis, California 93611-0532
(559) 297-0706

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