Miami Creek OHV Area

The 56th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in California.

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Northeast of Fresno near Oakhurst and Bass Lake in the Sierra National Forest, the Miami Motorized Vehicle Use Area has offroad riding in pure northern California forest with the thick smell of pine trees. The 60 miles of trail riding ranges from packed and wide single tracks to narrow dirt bike style single track. Lots of winding, rolling trails are packed within a small area here. And nearly every trail is exciting. The scenery is awesome as well, with towering pines everywhere and a chance to spot wildlife too.

There are two staging areas for the Miami Creek OHV Area: Lone Sequoia and Kamook.

To reach the Lone Sequoia area from Oakhurst, head north on SR41 for 8 miles. Turn left on FS6S24 for 1.25 miles to parking area.

To reach the Kamook area from Oakhurst, head north on SR41 for 6 miles. Turn left on FS6S41 for 0.75 miles to parking area.

Overall, Miami Creek OHV Area is the 56th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 102 OHV routes in California. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby Miami Creek OHV Area including Dusy/Ershim OHV Route, Spanish OHV Route, Swamp Lake OHV Route, Frank Raines OHV Park, Clear Creek Management OHV Area and Peligreen Jeep TrailLa Grange OHV Park.

Miami Creek OHV Area OHV Driving Map



Local Contact(s):  Sierra National Forest (559) 877-2218; California Tourism (916) 444-4429.

Recommended Book:  "Guide To Northern California 4WD Trails" from Charles Wells

Best Season:  Jun. - Sep.

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  37.41616, -119.63614

Date Published:  5/19/2016

Date Updated:  7/14/2016

ID:  18217

Miami Creek OHV Area OHV Driving Map


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