Howland Flat For ATV Riding
The 103rd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in California.
Thursday 7 July 2016 04:47 GMT
East of Chico and northeast of Oroville in the Plumas National Forest, the Howland Flat (#31) area is open to ATV riding. This route leaves La Porte on CR513, crosses Slate Creek, then heads north on CR690 at Queen City. At Howland Flat, the route crosses Potosi Creek and heads north to Gibsonville and then back to La Porte.
Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding is only permitted on numbered Forest Service roads and the ATV must have a red or green California ATV sticker.
Overall, Howland Flat is the 103rd most popular ATV riding trail of all 106 ATV trails in California. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Howland Flat including Clay Pit Off Road Area, Mammoth Bar OHV Area, Carnegie State Recreation Area, White Pines OHV, Mi-Wok OHV, Hull Creek / Trout Creek OHV, Hunter Creek OHV Riding Area, .