Camuesa OHV Route
The 71st most popular off-highway vehicle trail in California.
Sunday 14 August 2016 05:04 GMT
North of Santa Barbara in the Los Padres National Forest, the Camuesa OHV Route is a 10.8 mile (one-way) route along an old dirt road. This route is also popular with mountain bikers, ATV riders and dirt bikers, so keep alert.
To reach the trailhead from Santa Barbara, head north on US101 to SR154 (use State Street exit). Head northwest on SR154 over the pass and then right onto Paradise Road. Head east on Paradise Road for about 8 miles to the Lower Oso Picnic Area. Turn left heading north up the paved Buckhorn Road for 1 mile to the Upper Oso Campground. There is a designated trailhead parking area to the east of the campground near a locked gate at the start of a dirt road.
From the parking area, start riding northeast on the Camuesa OHV Route for 10.8 miles to the eastern trailhead near the Lower Camuesa Campground.
Overall, Camuesa OHV Route is the 71st most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 102 OHV routes in California. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby Camuesa OHV Route including Miller Jeep Trail, Rock Front OHV Area, Buckhorn OHV Route, Divide Peak Road OHV Route, Santa Clara Divide Road and Alamo Mountain LoopOceano Dunes.