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Shasta Cascade Off-Road Parks

Shasta Cascade Off-Road Parks Overview

Off-road parks in the Shasta Cascade include SVRA (State Vehicular Recreation Areas), areas managed by the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) and professionally built parks. The Shasta Cascade features a varied terrain from wilderness trails to high desert plateaus. Whether you have a dirt bike, ATV or 4WD truck, there's a Shasta Cascade OHV area to suit your needs. Challenge your dirt bike skills on the hillside trails of Chappie-Shasta. Catch air off a tabletop at Honey Lake Motocross Park. Explore the ATV trails in a National Forest. From Yreka to Oroville, we've gathered all of the Shasta Cascade off-road parks and all the information you need to go off road.

Shasta Cascade Off-Road Parks

Chappie-Shasta is located north of Redding off Interstate 5 from Pine Grove Avenue. Situated at the base of Shasta Dam, Chappie-Shasta offers 200 miles of off-road trails & ATV trail riding on 52,000 acres of mountainous forested terrain. Good for dirt bike, ATV and 4WD truck. The terrain has a 4,400 foot elevation gain and ranges from rocky and challenging to forest roads that head to scenic points. Camping is available at the base of the dam.

Chappie-Shasta OHV Area
Walker Mine Road
Redding, CA 96003
(530) 224-2100

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Fort Sage is located off Highway 395 approximately 38 miles south of Susanville. Situated in the high desert midway between Susanville and Reno, Nevada, Fort Sage offers 90 miles of off-road trails & ATV trail riding in over 22,000 acres. The terrain includes flat open space and steep rocky canyons & gulches. Good for dirt bikes, ATV and 4x4. Amenities include 3 staging areas with an unloading ramp, vault toilet, picnic tables and fire pits at the Fort Sage trailhead. Camping is allowed throughout the trail riding area with certain restrictions.

Fort Sage OHV Area
Fort Sage Road
Susanville, CA 96130
(530) 257-0456

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Honey Lake is located off Highway 395 approximately 65 miles north of Reno. Honey Lake hosts scheduled motocross race events and also features open use days when the general public can use the tracks. They have three motocross tracks that include an 'Old School' Hillside Track, Novice Track and PeeWee Track. Bring your ATV or MX dirt bike and test your skills on tabletops, doubles, whoops and more. Or watch the pros battle it out at one of their race events. Camping is available.

Honey Lake MX Park
Highway 395
Milford, CA 96121
(530) 260-1468

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Clay Pit is located between Highways 99 and 70 southwest of Oroville. Situated near Oroville Airport, Clay Pit offers 220 acres of open pit that was dug out during the building of the Oroville Dam. Good for dirt bike, ATV and 4WD truck.

Clay Pit SVRA
4900 Larkin Road
Oroville, CA 95965
(530) 538-2212

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The Klamath National Forest is located in the northernmost portion of the state, from the Oregon border to Weed, mostly down the western side of Interstate 5. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and ATV trails are available throughout the forest. A few of the more popular OHV trails include Juniper Flat and Humbug.

Klamath National Forest
1312 Fairlane Road
Yreka, California 96097-9549
(530) 842-6131

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The Modoc National Forest is located in the northeast corner of the state, surrounding Alturas. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and ATV trails are available throughout the forest.

Modoc National Forest
800 West 12th Street
Alturas, California 96101
(530) 233-5811

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The Shasta-Trinity National Forest spans from Mt. Shasta in the north to Lake Shasta and Redding in the south. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and ATV trails are available throughout the forest. A few of the more popular OHV trails include Bagley, Basin Gulch, Dubakella and Hayfork Bally.

Shasta-Trinity National Forest
3644 Avtech Parkway
Redding, CA 96002
(530) 226-2500

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The Lassen National Forest surrounds Mt. Lassen and Lassen Volcanic National Park. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and ATV trails are available throughout the forest.

Lassen National Forest
2550 Riverside Drive
Susanville, California 96130
(530) 257-2151

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The Plumas National Forest spans from Susanville in the north to Lake Oroville in the south. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and ATV trails are available throughout the forest.

Plumas National Forest
159 Lawrence Street
Quincy, California 95971
(530) 283-2050

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The Mendocino National Forest spans from Red Bluff in the north to Upper Lake in the south. Hundreds of off-road trails, open areas and ATV trails are available throughout the forest. A few of the more popular OHV trails include Nail Track and regions surrounding Lake Pillsbury, Stonyford and Upper Lake.

Mendocino National Forest
825 N. Humboldt Avenue
Willows, California 95988
(530) 934-3316

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