Carnegie State Recreation Area For Dirt Biking
The 31st most popular offroad motorcycle trail in California.
Thursday 28 July 2016 04:27 GMT
East of San Francisco and southwest of Tracy, the Carnegie State Recreation Area has 50 miles of trails over 1,500 acres open to off-road motorcycle trails 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.
To reach the trailhead from US580, use Exit 78. Head west on Corral Hollow Road (CR J2). Look for signed trailhead parking.
Over 3,000 acres located west of the current riding area, were purchased by the state for inclusion into Carnegie SVRA. This proposal, known as the Alameda-Tesla Expansion Project, will provide increased OHV recreational opportunities at Carnegie SVRA, including an extensive multiple use (i.e., motorcycles, ATVs, 4x4 vehicles, sports utility vehicles) trail system, a 4x4 vehicle obstacle course, a day-use staging area, and interpretive and informational facilities. The proposed project may also provide non-OHV recreational opportunities like mountain biking, horseback riding and hiking, provided there is no conflict between them and OHV users.
Twenty-two campsites are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Overall, Carnegie State Recreation Area is the 31st most popular dirt bike trail of all 117 dirt biking rides in California. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Carnegie State Recreation Area including Mammoth Bar OHV Area, White Pines OHV, Mi-Wok OHV, Deer Creek OHV Staging Area, Stonyford ORV Area and Knoxville Recreation ORV Area.