Off-Road Riding Areas


E Street MX Track

E Street MX is located in Marysville, CA under the E Street Bridge. The track is a loam/sand mix with both natural and man-made terrain. E Street MX is rider owned and operated. We are constantly making changes to the track so you are never bored. The track is watered and prepped multiple times during the day to ensure you are riding on a quality track.

Admission Fee - $20 + Annual JetX2 Insurance $35 Per Year

Restrooms - Yes

Red Sticker Season - Year Round

Days / Hours Of Operation - Varies

Nearest Cities - Yuba City, Marysville

County - Yuba

FORESTHILL OHV PARK

Smaller, less developed campgrounds are found at Robinson Flat and Talbot, on the western boundary of the Granite Chief wilderness. In addition, the Foresthill OHV (off-highway vehicle) trail system includes over 100 miles of unpaved roads and dedicated OHV trails to appeal to motorcyclists and quad enthusiasts. Outstanding fishing opportunities exist in the reservoirs and streams that drain the Foresthill Divide. Foresthill is also the site of the Placer Big Trees grove, the northernmost natural grove of Giant Sequoia (sequoiadendron giganteum), and is the western gateway to the Granite Chief wilderness. Several trailheads along the Foresthill Divide road provide the primary access to the North Fork American Wild River.

Admission Fee - Free

Restrooms - Yes

Red Sticker Season - Oct 1 Thru May 31

Days / Hours Of Operation - 24 hours, lights required for night riding

Nearest Cities - Auburn

County - Placer

Stonyford OHV Area

This route offers a variety of challenges in a conifer/oak forest including tight corridors through the trees, steep gradients with rocks, ruts, rolling dips and even a low water stream crossing of Miner Creek. The route offers scenic views of Snow Mountain and St. John Mountain and overlooks the deep rugged Mill Creek Canyon to the south. The route is fairly well marked using portions of OHV trail 13, 14, and 15 to compliment the road portions. Bike riders must be cautious of dirt bikes using these trails. This is a strenuous day ride, and should only be attempted by expert riders. The route offers equal challenge in either direction. Letts Lake offers camping, picnicking, fishing, swimming, and non motorized boating in season.

Admission Fee - Free

Restrooms - Yes

Red Sticker Season - Year Round

Days / Hours Of Operation - 24 Hours, lights required for night riding

Nearest Cities - Stonyford

County - Mendocino

Mammoth Bar OHV Area

Mammoth Bar OHV Area is part of the Auburn State Recreation Area. It is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills about thirty miles northeast of Sacramento. This motorcycle/ATV riding area has been used by off road enthusiasts for nearly 25-years and offers a wide range of trails and conditions in a beautiful setting next to the Middle Fort of the American River. The area is under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Reclamation and is operated by California State Parks. Some OHV motorcycle/ATV trails are open for two-way traffic and others are one way only. OHV's are restricted to designated signed trails, to the MX tracks and the PIT (Pacific International Trials) areas.

Location - The entrance to Mammoth Bar is located on Old Foresthill Road. The easiest access is off of Interstate 80 north of Auburn. Take the Foresthill exit off I-80 and go east about 2.5 miles to the Old Foresthill Road. Turn right on Old Foresthill and the entrance is about 1.5 miles on the left.

Admission Fee - $5 Per Car Load

Restrooms - Yes

Red Sticker Season - Oct 1 Thru May 31

Days / Hours Of Operation - Summer Hours: April 1st - September 30th Opens 8am to half an hour after sunset. OHV ride days: Thurs. Sun. Mon. Winter Hours: October 1st - March 31st Opens 8am - 5pm OHV ride days: Sun. Mon. Thurs. Fri.

Nearest Cities - Auburn

County - Placer

Marysville MX Track

The Main track is an outdoor style track about 1 mile long. It is considered a "fast track", and has some mild Supercross type sections. The soil is a sandy loam. The track is elevated and sloped so it recovers quickly when it rains. The track has lights for night riding, and is lit pretty well. There is paved parking, lawn, trees, running water, flush toilets, bike wash. The track is located in town so it is close to motels, stores, etc

Admission Fee - $15 practice

Restrooms - Yes

Red Sticker Season - Year Round

Days / hours of operation - Practice Times: Every Sunday 9AM-4PM except when they have a Sunday race, then they have practice on Saturday before race. Winter Schedule open Saturday & Sunday 9AM-4PM til March. Tue. and Thurs Nights 5 PM-9:30 PM from Mar.1 until Thanksgiving.

Nearest Cities - Yuba City, Marysville

County - Yuba

La Porte

Slate Creek

Not all of the trails in La Porte are open to OHV. But one that is goes through the many mining ghost towns in the area. This page is under construction, so please check back for a more detailed description of, direction, accommodations, and approved riding areas.

Typical Roads

One Of Many Ponds

Slate Creek Bridge

One Of Many Cemeteries On The Trail

One Example Of The Many Old Mine Shafts Found On The Trail