Knoxville Recreation ORV Area For Dirt Biking

The 71st most popular offroad motorcycle trail in California.

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West of Sacramento near Lower Lake, the Knoxville Recreation Area has 17,700 acres open to dirt biking.

The landscape is characterized by steep and rolling hills with the vegetation varying from scattered hardwoods and grasses to dense chaparral brush. California gray pine and Macnab cypress are also dispersed throughout the area.

To reach the dirt biking at the North OHV Staging Area from Lower Lake go east on Morgan Valley Road 13 miles to the north entrance to Knoxville at Dunnigan Hill Road (this access not recommended for two-wheel drive vehicles beyond Round Mountain Road). Take Dunnigan Hill Road approximately 3/4 mile to Round Mountain Road. Proceed west on Round Mountain Road approximately 1/4 mile to the staging area. Site has parking and vault toilet.

Note: Devilhead Road is a county road, therefore only street licensed vehicles are permitted.

Overall, Knoxville Recreation ORV Area is the 71st most popular dirt bike trail of all 120 dirt biking rides in California. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Knoxville Recreation ORV Area including Mammoth Bar OHV Area, Carnegie State Recreation Area, White Pines OHV, Mi-Wok OHV, Deer Creek OHV Staging Area and Stonyford ORV AreaHull Creek / Trout Creek OHV.

Knoxville Recreation ORV Area Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  BLM (707) 468-4000; California Tourism (916) 444-4429.

Base Camp:  Lower Hunting Creek Campground

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  38.8471, -122.4045

Date Published:  12/28/2015

Date Updated:  7/1/2016

ID:  18576

Knoxville Recreation ORV Area Dirt Biking Map


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