OHV Riding & Camping

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Stay Safe, Stay Close to Home

Stay Safe. Stay Close to Home. We recommend exercising close to your home and complying with local and state guidance for not traveling for your recreation needs. If an area is crowded, please search for a less occupied location. 

2019-20 OHV Grant Applications Notice of Public Review and Comment Opportunity

This grant cycle the TNF will be submitting grant applications for:

  • Ground Operations (OHV trails and facilities maintenance)
  • Law Enforcement
  • Education and Safety – Focused education at Tahoe NF OHV “Hotspots” through Forest Service personnel, Volunteer Trail Rangers and signage
  • Development – American River Ranger District. Construct a 24 mile single-track trail connection between Loop 5, near China Wall Staging Area, and Robinson Flat.
  • Development – Yuba River Ranger District. Create OHV enhancements at Cal-Ida and Skillman campgrounds.
  • Restoration - American River Ranger District. Install barriers to protect natural resources from OHV damage in specific problematic locations on the district.
  • Restoration – Analyze potential over-snow vehicle impacts to known populations of Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog (a federally listed Endangered species) and other wildlife habitat.

The TNF OHV Preliminary Grant Applications will be available for public review and comment from March 3 to May 4, 2020, on the California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division’s website at www.ohv.parks.ca.gov. Public comments need to be submitted to both the Tahoe National Forest and the OHMVR, instructions on how to comment are on the OHMVR’s website.