Located in California, the ATV trails in Sacramento offers over twenty awesome ATV riding trails. The best Sacramento ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Mammoth Bar OHV Area, Stonyford OHV Area, Clay Pit Off Road Area, Carnegie State Recreation Area, and White Pines OHV.
Northeast of Sacramento and Auburn in the Auburn State Recreation Area, the Mammoth Bar OHV Area has 50 miles of ATV trails over 1,200 acres. It is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills about thirty miles northeast of Sacramento.
East of San Francisco and southwest of Tracy, the Carnegie State Recreation Area has 50 miles of trails over 1,500 acres open to ATV riding. Characterized by dry rocky washes, rolling hills and steep, rugged canyons, the park provides a setting for off-highway vehicle users of all skill levels.
Southeast of Sacramento and northeast of Arnold, the White Pines OHV network on the north side of Highway 4 is the main OHV riding area on the Calaveras Ranger District. With over 100 miles of connecting roads and trails, there is enjoyable riding for all levels and types of OHV users, including 4WD, ATVs and motorcycles.
Southeast of Sacramento and northeast of Sonora, the popular Mi-Wok OHV area consists of 40 miles of signed trails and 140 miles of roads open to ATV riding. The Mi-Wok area extends from north of Crandall Peak to the Deer Creek area, northwest of Highway 108. The riding area ranges in elevation of 3500 feet at Deer Creek to 5500 feet at Crandall Peak.
Southeast of Sacramento and northeast of Sonora, the Hull and Trout Creek area is a popular area for ATV users to operate with 20 miles of signed trails and 100 miles of roads open to OHV use. Unlike the Crandall and Deer Creek area, few single-track motorcycle trails currently exist. The riding area ranges in elevation of 4500 feet near Long Barn to 7600 feet at Bourland Mountain. The riding area is closed during the winter due to snow blocking access.
East of Chico and northeast of Oroville in the Plumas National Forest, the Milsap Bar West route is about 8 miles long and is open to ATV riding. The Milsap Bar West route (aka Route 1) begins just south of the Brush Creek Work Center off the Oroville Quincy Road, and it drops into the Middle Fork Feather Wild and Scenic River. There are good views of Bald Roack Dome and the Feather River Canyon. The route is considered easy to moderate, with some narrow, steep sections.
In the Plumas National Forest, the Cleghorn Bar OHV area has two nice ATV rides. The Middle Fork Feather River route is a scenic 6.6 mile descent with excellent camping available. Also, check out the Stag Point Trail.