Located in California, the OHV driving in Los Angeles offers over ten good OHV trail destinations. The best Los Angeles OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Forest OHV System / Big Bear OHV, Wildomar OHV Area, San Gabriel Canyon OHV Area, Cleghorn Ridge, and Bradshaw OHV Trail.
Northeast of Los Angeles and northwest of San Dimas in the Angeles National Forest, the San Gabriel Canyon OHV Area offers up to 150 acres of diverse off-road opportunities. Water crossings, rocks, dirt roads and sand hills are some of the seasonally challenging experiences you will find. The assortment of physical terrain is unmatched anywhere in this region of the state.
Northeast of San Bernardino and Lake Arrowhead in the San Bernardino National Forest, the Forest OHV System consists of 36 miles of OHV trails and 169 miles of forest roads (open to green sticker/red sticker usage). The trails are primarily in the Cajon, Arrowhead and Big Bear areas.
In southeastern Riverside County near Palm Springs, the Bradshaw Trail is a 70 mile graded 4WD dirt road with sandy sections open to jeeps and OHV. The trail traverses mostly public land and offers spectacular views of the Chuckwalla Bench and the Orocopia, Chuckwalla and Mule Mountains.
North of Newhall in the Angeles National Forest, the 10000 acre Rowher Flat OHV area has 60 miles of rolling trails open to OHV use. Rowher Flat is open to motorcycles, ATVs and 4-wheel drive vehicles. No stopping, unloading or OHV riding is permitted on the Rush Canyon access road.