We offer over 51 miles of system OHV trails and roads traversing through beautiful scenery and challenging terrain. Most of the OHV recreational opportunities on the Descanso Ranger District are displayed on the Corral Canyon OHV Area map. This guide is designed to provide the off-highway vehicle enthusiast with information, regulations, and travel tips while using National Forest lands.
The trails vary in elevation from 3,400 feet at Corral Canyon Campground to 4,169 feet at Bronco Peak and vary in degree of difficulty from novice to advanced.
The Corral Canyon OHV area is not an OHV "park". Off-highway vehicle recreation is just one of the many used allowed on the National Forest. So please ride with care and always be prepared for other vehicles that may be coming toward you.
Off-Highway Vehicle Route Markers are found on designated OHV trails. On these markers you will find signs and decals designating the type of use recommended, level of difficulty, and system number which corresponds to the map and guide. The OHV guide/map may be obtained at any forest office. Markers with signs, or decals with a red slash mean the route is closed to that type of use.
USFS approved Spark Arresters are required year round.
Green sticker riding season is year round.
Red sticker riding season is October 1 - April 30. (This also applies to OHVs that are registered out of state.)
Dry summers, steep slopes and dense vegetation characterize the Cleveland National Forest and during the hot summer months, wildfires are a constant threat. Please do your part to protect your forest from the ravages of wildfire.
If you are planning on camping outside of a campground you need Visitor Permit from a Forest Service Office. Wood fires and charcoal fires are prohibited. Use of portable liquid or solid fuel stoves is permitted. Stoves must be used in areas which have been cleared to a minimum of 3 feet in diameter from flammable vegetation. For information on permits, contact the Descanso Ranger Station.
At a Glance
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