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Off road trails near Los Angeles, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Los Angeles, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Los Angeles, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Los Angeles, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Los Angeles, California is Dishpan Springs Trail located 85 miles east of Los Angeles. This trail is also called The Deep Creek Trail. It's the difficult eastern part of Forest Road 3N34. The western part is easier Willow Creek Road. Although short, Dishpan Springs is a great hardcore trail. A very popular area for ATVs and dirt bikes. Great hiking and fishing in the area. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Dishpan Springs Trail and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Los Angeles, California is Rouse Hill Truck Trail  located 92 miles southeast of Los Angeles. Amazing fun drive. Can be completed with 2wd and no lockers. Great views and plenty of nature. Connects to Thomas Mountain Truck Trail. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Los Angeles, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Los Angeles, California is Magarita Road located 88 miles south of Los Angeles. Fire Road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spot and a little bit clearance. (Warning: Do not go to far. Do not pass the Fire Look out. You will drop into the Marine Base firing range). Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Los Angeles, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Los Angeles, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Anaheim, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Anaheim, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Anaheim, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Anaheim, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Anaheim, California is Dishpan Springs Trail located 85 miles east of Anaheim. This trail is also called The Deep Creek Trail. It's the difficult eastern part of Forest Road 3N34. The western part is easier Willow Creek Road. Although short, Dishpan Springs is a great hardcore trail. A very popular area for ATVs and dirt bikes. Great hiking and fishing in the area. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Dishpan Springs Trail and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Anaheim, California is Rouse Hill Truck Trail  located 92 miles southeast of Anaheim. Amazing fun drive. Can be completed with 2wd and no lockers. Great views and plenty of nature. Connects to Thomas Mountain Truck Trail. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Anaheim, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Anaheim, California is Magarita Road located 88 miles south of Anaheim. Fire Road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spot and a little bit clearance. (Warning: Do not go to far. Do not pass the Fire Look out. You will drop into the Marine Base firing range). Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Anaheim, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Anaheim, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Santa Ana, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Santa Ana, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Santa Ana, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Santa Ana, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Santa Ana, California is Dishpan Springs Trail located 85 miles east of Santa Ana. This trail is also called The Deep Creek Trail. It's the difficult eastern part of Forest Road 3N34. The western part is easier Willow Creek Road. Although short, Dishpan Springs is a great hardcore trail. A very popular area for ATVs and dirt bikes. Great hiking and fishing in the area. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Dishpan Springs Trail and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Santa Ana, California is Rouse Hill Truck Trail  located 92 miles southeast of Santa Ana. Amazing fun drive. Can be completed with 2wd and no lockers. Great views and plenty of nature. Connects to Thomas Mountain Truck Trail. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Santa Ana, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Santa Ana, California is Magarita Road located 88 miles south of Santa Ana. Fire Road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spot and a little bit clearance. (Warning: Do not go to far. Do not pass the Fire Look out. You will drop into the Marine Base firing range). Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Santa Ana, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Santa Ana, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Irvine, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Irvine, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Irvine, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Irvine, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Irvine, California is Dishpan Springs Trail located 85 miles east of Irvine. This trail is also called The Deep Creek Trail. It's the difficult eastern part of Forest Road 3N34. The western part is easier Willow Creek Road. Although short, Dishpan Springs is a great hardcore trail. A very popular area for ATVs and dirt bikes. Great hiking and fishing in the area. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Dishpan Springs Trail and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Irvine, California is Rouse Hill Truck Trail  located 92 miles southeast of Irvine. Amazing fun drive. Can be completed with 2wd and no lockers. Great views and plenty of nature. Connects to Thomas Mountain Truck Trail. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Irvine, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Irvine, California is Magarita Road located 88 miles south of Irvine. Fire Road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spot and a little bit clearance. (Warning: Do not go to far. Do not pass the Fire Look out. You will drop into the Marine Base firing range). Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Irvine, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Irvine, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Riverside, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Riverside, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Riverside, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Riverside, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Riverside, California is Bedford fire road located 22 miles south of Riverside. Beford is a fire road and the gate is closed most of the time, so it's probably best to keep reading for the next closest off road trail. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Bedford fire road and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Riverside, California is Margarita Road  located 55 miles south of Riverside. Margarita is another fire road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spots and a little bit of ground clearance wouldn't hurt either. (Warning: Do not go too far. Do not pass the Fire Look out. You will drop into the Marine Base firing range). Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Riverside, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Riverside, California is Rouse Hill Truck Trail located 40 miles southeast of Riverside. Amazing fun drive. Can be completed with 2wd and no lockers. Great views and plenty of nature. Connects to Thomas Mountain Truck Trail. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Riverside, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Riverside, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Stockton, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Stockton, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Stockton, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Stockton, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Stockton, California is Prairie City SVRA located 55 miles north of Stockton. There are flat, open grasslands, rolling hills with native blue oak trees, and acres of cobbled mine tailings left after gold dredges combed ancient river beds in search of gold during the late 1800s. Beginners as well as experts find the variety of terrain both challenging and enjoyable. Prairie City SVRA takes its name from the gold rush community that was located just northeast of the present-day park. Today, the only reminders of that 1850s community are some old mine tailings and a historical marker, California Historical Landmark #464, which is located at the intersection of Prairie City Road and U.S. 50. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Prairie City SVRA and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Stockton, California is Pine Needle Flat Campground located 82 miles northeast of Stockton. You will begin following the river and have to navigate a couple of rock gardens that are slightly sloped and a bit steep. soon you will cross rattlesnake creek so keep going until the trail dead ends at the stanislaus river where you can set up campMost 4x4s will have no problem with this trail, but it is narrow at some parts so jeeps work the best. The entire trail is only about 4 miles long and only takes an hour or two. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Stockton, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Stockton, California is Slick Rock Road located 100 miles northeast of Stockton. Much of trail traverses large rock slabs giving you a little taste of Moab. Silver Creek flows over rocks beside the trail with wonderful clear pools in which to relax and play. Unique places to camp along the way. The south end of trail runs along beautiful Utica Reservoir, a scenic place to camp, mountain bike and flatwater kayak. Street-legal vehicles only. The first part of trail is moderate and suitable for aggressive stock SUVs. The last part has some challenging hardcore obstacles. A good driver in a seasoned SUV can probably get through okay. Directions: Slick Rock is three hours East of Sacramento, California, or about 2.5 hours south of Reno, Nevada. Most people approach the trail from the California side. To get there, drive up Highway 4 past Bear Valley to Lake Alpine. Turn south off the highway at the west end of Lake Alpine. There are signs for Lake Alpine Campground. The Trail starts off from the Campground below Lake Alpine. Stay to the right as you approach the lake. The trailhead is about three quarters of a mile from highway 4.  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Stockton, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Stockton, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near San Diego, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near San Diego, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near San Diego, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near San Diego, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near San Diego, California is Oriflamme Canyon located 82 miles northeast of San Diego. Heart-pumping scenic drive through remote canyon. Can be driven in either direction. Return via difficult Rodriguez Canyon to make a loop. Many historic mines and buildings. Excellent spring wildflowers. Mildly rocky with steep, narrow switchbacks. Suitable for stock 4x4 SUVs with high ground clearance. Possible snow during the winter months at higher elevations. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Oriflamme Canyon and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near San Diego, California is Arroyo Seco del Diablo Trail located 110 miles east of San Diego. The state park service and various guidebooks about the region list this trail as being one-way-only because of the steep, challenging Diablo Drop Off located near Fish Creek. Although it does not look particularly difficult as you stand at the top and look down, the loose sand makes it difficult to impossible for a vehicle to return up the drop-off. The trail leaves the easier route along Vallecito Wash 1.1 miles west of the intersection with Canyon sin Nombre. It travels up Arroyo Seco del Diablo, a side wash of Vallecito Canyon. For most of the way it twists within this sandstone canyon, traveling in the sandy wash. The loose and fragile walls of the canyon mean that rock and sand falls are common, and you are likely to have to climb over fallen debris. On windy days, dust and sand pour off the canyon walls like miniature waterfalls. Special Attractions: Challenging Diablo Drop Off; Twisting canyon of Arroyo Seco del Diablo through the Carrizo Badlands. High-clearance 4WDs are required. This trail has either a rough, rutted surface, rocks up to 9 inches, mud and deep sand that may be impassable for inexperienced drivers, or stream crossings up to 18 inches deep. Certain sections may be steep enough to cause traction problems, and you may encounter very narrow shelf roads with steep drop-offs and tight clearance between rocks or trees. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near San Diego, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near San Diego, California is Margarita Road located 82 miles north of San Diego. Fire Road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spot and a little bit clearance. (Warning: Do not go to far. Do not pass the Fire Look out. You will drop into the Marine Base firing range). Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near San Diego, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near San Diego, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near Chula Vista, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Chula Vista, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Chula Vista, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Chula Vista, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Chula Vista, California is Oriflamme Canyon located 82 miles northeast of Chula Vista. Heart-pumping scenic drive through remote canyon. Can be driven in either direction. Return via difficult Rodriguez Canyon to make a loop. Many historic mines and buildings. Excellent spring wildflowers. Mildly rocky with steep, narrow switchbacks. Suitable for stock 4x4 SUVs with high ground clearance. Possible snow during the winter months at higher elevations. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Oriflamme Canyon and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Chula Vista, California is Arroyo Seco del Diablo Trail located 110 miles east of Chula Vista. The state park service and various guidebooks about the region list this trail as being one-way-only because of the steep, challenging Diablo Drop Off located near Fish Creek. Although it does not look particularly difficult as you stand at the top and look down, the loose sand makes it difficult to impossible for a vehicle to return up the drop-off. The trail leaves the easier route along Vallecito Wash 1.1 miles west of the intersection with Canyon sin Nombre. It travels up Arroyo Seco del Diablo, a side wash of Vallecito Canyon. For most of the way it twists within this sandstone canyon, traveling in the sandy wash. The loose and fragile walls of the canyon mean that rock and sand falls are common, and you are likely to have to climb over fallen debris. On windy days, dust and sand pour off the canyon walls like miniature waterfalls. Special Attractions: Challenging Diablo Drop Off; Twisting canyon of Arroyo Seco del Diablo through the Carrizo Badlands. High-clearance 4WDs are required. This trail has either a rough, rutted surface, rocks up to 9 inches, mud and deep sand that may be impassable for inexperienced drivers, or stream crossings up to 18 inches deep. Certain sections may be steep enough to cause traction problems, and you may encounter very narrow shelf roads with steep drop-offs and tight clearance between rocks or trees. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Chula Vista, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Chula Vista, California is Margarita Road located 82 miles north of Chula Vista. Fire Road. Some mud puddles after the rain. Not difficult at all. Might need 4wd in some spot and a little bit clearance. (Warning: Do not go to far. Do not pass the Fire Look out. You will drop into the Marine Base firing range). Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Chula Vista, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

Thanks for reading about some of the offroad trails near Chula Vista, California.  For more off road trail information you can visit Where2Wheel anytime.

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Off road trails near San Francisco, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near San Francisco, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near San Francisco, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near San Francisco, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near San Francisco, California is Cow Mountain OHV Area & Benmore Creek Loop Trail Drive located 121 miles north of San Francisco. South portion of the park allows 4WD and green sticker vehicles. This area covers 52,000 scenic acres with elevations between 800 and 4,000 feet. Only Benmore Creek Loop Trail is described here. Camp at Red Mountain Campground inside the park. Open all year except during rainy periods. No fees. Steep, narrow climbs and descents through tight brush. Rutted and washed out in places with occasional rock obstacles.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Cow Mountain OHV Area & Benmore Creek Loop Trail Drive and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near San Francisco, California is Hollister Hills SVRA located 105 miles south of San Francisco. This is an off road trail for Jeeps, trucks, and other 4x4s located in Hollister, CA.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near San Francisco, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near San Francisco, California is Pichacho Peak located 153 miles south of San Francisco. This trail is located in the Clear Creek Management Area, a 50,000-acre OHV park managed by the Hollister Field Office of the BLM. The park includes fun roads for stock SUVs and has many excellent ATV and dirt bike trails. Many old cinnabar mines (an ore used to make mercury) are scattered around the park but most are off limits for safety reasons. Narrow, steep and rocky with tight, scratchy brush. The worst sections are best done with lockers, but these sections can be bypassed. Hot and dusty in the summer. During wet periods, the park may be closed because roads become impassable. Best time to go is late fall and early spring when soil is moist but not wet. Route-finding is complex. Watch for rattlesnakes in the dry months. Stay on designated routes. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near San Francisco, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Oakland, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Oakland, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Oakland, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Oakland, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Oakland, California is Cow Mountain OHV Area & Benmore Creek Loop Trail Drive located 121 miles north of Oakland. South portion of the park allows 4WD and green sticker vehicles. This area covers 52,000 scenic acres with elevations between 800 and 4,000 feet. Only Benmore Creek Loop Trail is described here. Camp at Red Mountain Campground inside the park. Open all year except during rainy periods. No fees. Steep, narrow climbs and descents through tight brush. Rutted and washed out in places with occasional rock obstacles.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Cow Mountain OHV Area & Benmore Creek Loop Trail Drive and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Oakland, California is Hollister Hills SVRA located 105 miles south of Oakland. This is an off road trail for Jeeps, trucks, and other 4x4s located in Hollister, CA.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Oakland, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Oakland, California is Pichacho Peak located 153 miles south of Oakland. This trail is located in the Clear Creek Management Area, a 50,000-acre OHV park managed by the Hollister Field Office of the BLM. The park includes fun roads for stock SUVs and has many excellent ATV and dirt bike trails. Many old cinnabar mines (an ore used to make mercury) are scattered around the park but most are off limits for safety reasons. Narrow, steep and rocky with tight, scratchy brush. The worst sections are best done with lockers, but these sections can be bypassed. Hot and dusty in the summer. During wet periods, the park may be closed because roads become impassable. Best time to go is late fall and early spring when soil is moist but not wet. Route-finding is complex. Watch for rattlesnakes in the dry months. Stay on designated routes. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Oakland, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near San Jose, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near San Jose, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near San Jose, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near San Jose, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near San Jose, California is Hollister Hills SVRA located 56 miles south of San Jose. This off road trail for Jeeps, trucks, and 4x4s is located in Hollister, CA. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Hollister Hills SVRA and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near San Jose, California is Pichacho Peak located 100 miles south of San Jose. This trail is located in the Clear Creek Management Area, a 50,000-acre OHV park managed by the Hollister Field Office of the BLM. The park includes fun roads for stock SUVs and has many excellent ATV and dirt bike trails. Many old cinnabar mines (an ore used to make mercury) are scattered around the park but most are off limits for safety reasons. Narrow, steep and rocky with tight, scratchy brush. The worst sections are best done with lockers, but these sections can be bypassed. Hot and dusty in the summer. During wet periods, the park may be closed because roads become impassable. Best time to go is late fall and early spring when soil is moist but not wet. Route-finding is complex. Watch for rattlesnakes in the dry months. Stay on designated routes. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near San Jose, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near San Jose, California is Prairie City SVRA located 143 miles northeast of San Jose. There are flat, open grasslands, rolling hills with native blue oak trees, and acres of cobbled mine tailings left after gold dredges combed ancient river beds in search of gold during the late 1800s. Beginners as well as experts find the variety of terrain both challenging and enjoyable. Prairie City SVRA takes its name from the gold rush community that was located just northeast of the present-day park. Today, the only reminders of that 1850s community are some old mine tailings and a historical marker, California Historical Landmark #464, which is located at the intersection of Prairie City Road and U.S. 50.  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near San Jose, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Fresno, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Fresno, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Fresno, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Fresno, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Fresno, California is Mirror and Strawberrry Lakes Trail located 64 miles northeast of Fresno. These two trails are located in the Red Mountain Lakes Area, which consists of five lakes: Mirror Lake, West Lake, Strawberry Lake, Red Lake and Coyote Lake.  You can see what other wheelers are saying about Mirror and Strawberry Lakes Trail and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

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The next offroad trail near Fresno, California is Bald Mountain Trail located 65 miles northeast of Fresno. A nice trail for stock SUVs that goes to the old Bald Mountain fire lookout. There are side trails to explore off the main trail.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Fresno, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Fresno, California is Pichacho Peak located 93 miles west of Fresno. This trail is located in the Clear Creek Management Area, a 50,000-acre OHV park managed by the Hollister Field Office of the BLM. The park includes fun roads for stock SUVs and has many excellent ATV and dirt bike trails. Many old cinnabar mines (an ore used to make mercury) are scattered around the park but most are off limits for safety reasons. Narrow, steep and rocky with tight, scratchy brush. The worst sections are best done with lockers, but these sections can be bypassed. Hot and dusty in the summer. During wet periods, the park may be closed because roads become impassable. Best time to go is late fall and early spring when soil is moist but not wet. Route-finding is complex. Watch for rattlesnakes in the dry months. Stay on designated routes. Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Fresno, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Fremont, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Fremont, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Fremont, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Fremont, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Fremont, California is Hollister Hills SVRA located 56 miles south of Fremont. This off road trail for Jeeps, trucks, and 4x4s is located in Hollister, CA. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Hollister Hills SVRA and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Fremont, California is Pichacho Peak located 100 miles south of Fremont. This trail is located in the Clear Creek Management Area, a 50,000-acre OHV park managed by the Hollister Field Office of the BLM. The park includes fun roads for stock SUVs and has many excellent ATV and dirt bike trails. Many old cinnabar mines (an ore used to make mercury) are scattered around the park but most are off limits for safety reasons. Narrow, steep and rocky with tight, scratchy brush. The worst sections are best done with lockers, but these sections can be bypassed. Hot and dusty in the summer. During wet periods, the park may be closed because roads become impassable. Best time to go is late fall and early spring when soil is moist but not wet. Route-finding is complex. Watch for rattlesnakes in the dry months. Stay on designated routes. Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Fremont, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

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The last offroad trail near Fremont, California is Prairie City SVRA located 143 miles northeast of Fremont. There are flat, open grasslands, rolling hills with native blue oak trees, and acres of cobbled mine tailings left after gold dredges combed ancient river beds in search of gold during the late 1800s. Beginners as well as experts find the variety of terrain both challenging and enjoyable. Prairie City SVRA takes its name from the gold rush community that was located just northeast of the present-day park. Today, the only reminders of that 1850s community are some old mine tailings and a historical marker, California Historical Landmark #464, which is located at the intersection of Prairie City Road and U.S. 50.  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Fremont, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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Off road trails near Sacramento, California - Jeep & 4x4 offroad trails

Want to go offroading near Sacramento, California?

Where2Wheel will help you find off road trails near you!  We only cover Jeep trails, 4x4 trails, truck trails, and OHV trails.  Keep reading and we will point out off road places near Sacramento, California.

Where2Wheel's offroad trails map that covers the entire USA is a community based venture that relies on individual offroaders contributing their knowledge to keep the map accurate, current, and up-to-date.  So if you do go wheeling at any of the trails that you find in this article or at any other off road trails, please leave a review on Where2Wheel.  Also, if needed, please make any adjustments to the trails description, since trail conditions can and often do, change frequently.  Just register for a free account to leave trail reviews and/or make edits - it's quick & easy!

Alright, we are talking about off road trails near Sacramento, California.  Last Warning, the off road trails mentioned are Jeep trails and 4x4 trails large/wide enough to fit a passenger vehicle - no ATVs or dirtbikes talked about here.  The first off road trail near Sacramento, California is Prairie City SVRA located 25 miles east of Sacramento. There are flat, open grasslands, rolling hills with native blue oak trees, and acres of cobbled mine tailings left after gold dredges combed ancient river beds in search of gold during the late 1800s. Beginners as well as experts find the variety of terrain both challenging and enjoyable. Prairie City SVRA takes its name from the gold rush community that was located just northeast of the present-day park. Today, the only reminders of that 1850s community are some old mine tailings and a historical marker, California Historical Landmark #464, which is located at the intersection of Prairie City Road and U.S. 50. You can see what other wheelers are saying about Prairie City SVRA and other trails by visiting the Where2Wheel trails map here.

The next offroad trail near Sacramento, California is Parks Bar inside the Goldfields Recreational Area located 59 miles northeast of Sacramento.  Parks Bar consists of miles and miles of gravel and hills from centuries old mining tailings.  Reminder, you can browse the offroad trails map anytime for free on Where2Wheel.  There is a good chance that since writing this article that new off road trails near Sacramento, California have been added, so click here to view the W2W map and check the area for yourself.

The last offroad trail near Sacramento, California is Pine Needle Flat Campground located 108 miles southeast of Sacramento. You will begin following the river and have to navigate a couple of rock gardens that are slightly sloped and a bit steep. soon you will cross rattlesnake creek so keep going until the trail dead ends at the stanislaus river where you can set up campMost 4x4s will have no problem with this trail, but it is narrow at some parts so jeeps work the best. The entire trail is only about 4 miles long and only takes an hour or two..  Don't forget to visit the Where2Wheel off road trails map to see all the off road trails near Sacramento, California.  We also have a great community of offroaders on W2W, so be sure to check out the news feed and groups sections of Where2Wheel as well.

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Lastly, feel free to create an account on Where2Wheel; it's free to use and you can find other offroaders in your area that you can hit the trails with.  If you do enjoy using W2W and want to support us, please either tell your offroading pals about the site or sign-up for a premium account, which takes ads off the map for just $2.99/month.

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