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Shows 5 OHVs as they come down a hill in the forestShasta Lake Ranger District

The Bagley Area OHV Routes include a series of recommended loops that are appropriate for a variety of skill levels and OHV types. While the loops are most suited for ATV and UTV recreation, motorcycle riders can still find some challenging sections of trail. The Bagley Area Map is still in development. However, the OHV Coordinator is happy to recommend routes. Please call (530)-226-2500 and ask for the OHV Coordinator. You may also use the Shasta Lake Motor Vehicle Use Map to plan a route.

Hayfork Ranger District

OHV Routes in this area include a series of recommended loops that are appropriate for all skill levels, although more advanced riders may find more technical stretches in this area. Opportunities exist for ATV, UTV, and motorcycle riders throughout this area. Hayfork and Trinity OHV trail maps are available for the following areas...

  • Basin Gulch
  • Dubakella
  • Kingsburry
  • Horse Ridge
  • Hayfork Bally

Nearby OHV Areas

The Chappie-Shasta Off-Highway Vehicle Area is managed by the Redding Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Field Office. Learn more about it by visiting the BLM's Chappie-Shasta OHV Website.

Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)

Motor Vehicle Use Maps are the official map for designating all roads, trails and areas available for public motorized travel on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. While other maps are available for trip planning purposes, the MVUM is the official map indicating where motor vehicle use is legal on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. They are available for free from any Shasta-Trinity National Forest Office or digital download here. Miles of riding await you!

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