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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, ...
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 ...