Red Rock Canyon State Park For OHV Driving

The 48th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in California.

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Northwest of Barstow, the Red Rock Canyon State Park has miles of routes open to licensed OHVs with green stickers. The routes lead into very unique canyons with dramatic shapes and vivid colors.

All drivers of vehicles within the park must be licensed. Exception- Cantil Wash and the frontage road south of Cantil Wash is open to unlicensed operators of OHV green sticker vehicles when accompanied by a parent or guardian, and operating pursuant to the requirements of CVC 38503-38506. Please call Red Rock Canyon SP prior to arrival as conditions may change.

The park is 25 miles northeast of Mojave on Highway 14, near Cantil. Go west 1/4 mile on Abbott Drive. Signage indicating the turnoff is clearly visible on Highway 14. The park is 120 miles north of Los Angeles, via Interstate 5 and Highway 14.

Overall, Red Rock Canyon State Park is the 48th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 102 OHV routes in California. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby Red Rock Canyon State Park including Johnson Valley OHV Area, Spangler Hills OHV Area, El Mirage Dry Lake OHV Area, Rasor OHV Area, Stoddard Valley OHV Area and Dove Springs OHV AreaJawbone OHV Open Area.

Red Rock Canyon State Park OHV Driving Map



Local Contact(s):  Red Rock Canyon State Park (661) 942-0662; California Tourism (916) 444-4429.

Recommended Book:  "Guide To California Backroads Trails" from Charles Wells

Base Camp:  Ricardo Campground

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  35.38762, -117.95196

Date Published:  1/4/2016

Date Updated:  8/14/2016

ID:  19147

Red Rock Canyon State Park OHV Driving Map


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