An Overview of the Mojave - OHVs
Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Areas
Numerous opportunities for off-highway vehicle recreation exist on BLM managed lands in the California Mojave Desert. Miles
of trails and open areas await all types of OHV enthusiasts.
From cross-country play in the sandy bowl to steep hill climbs, the Dove Springs OHV area offers over 5,000 acres of open-use public land for ...
The Dumont Dunes Off-Highway Vehicle Area, also referred to as an Open Area, is an exciting and remote ...
The El Mirage Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area is located in the Mojave Desert on the western edge of San Bernardino County near the Los Angeles County ...
From cross-country play to advanced technical routes, the Jawbone OHV Area offers over 7,000 acres of open-use public land where you can ...
Johnson Valley is a varied landscape for the off-highway vehicle driver. It is punctuated by steep red rocky mountains, rolling hills, open valleys, ...
Shifting sands at the southern end of Owens dry lake make up the Olancha Dunes OHV area. ...
This is an exciting and more remote area for the off-highway vehicle user. Rasor has rolling hills, open valleys, and sand dunes that ...
The Spangler OHV Area provides a wide variety of riding opportunities including cross country play, trail riding, advanced ...
Located in the Mojave Desert of Southern California, Stoddard Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Area offers a diverse landscape for ...