Photo: A shelter in Hungry Valley
|Other Names:||Hungry Valley SVRA|
|Off-Road Use:||Open, Restricted|
|Difficulty:||Easy to Difficult|
|County:||Los Angeles County, California, Ventura County, California|
|Nearest Cities:||Gorman, CA, Castaic, CA|
|Map Links:||Google Map Yahoo Map|
|Satellite Map:||Google Satellite|
|Google Earth:||Hungry Valley.kmz|
|Area Size:||19,000 acres|
|Elevation:||3,000 to 6,000 ft.|
Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area offers 19,000 acres and over 130 miles of scenic trails for motorcycle, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), dune buggies, and 4x4 recreation. Hungry Valley crosses both the Angeles National Forest and Los Padres National Forest
For experienced OHVers challenging trails can be found in the hills and sand washes of the back- country section of the SVRA. Beginners can enjoy the scenery and relative ease of the trails in the Native Grasslands Management Area. Trails in the adjoining Los Padres National Forest are recommended for experienced riders only.
Over 4,000 acres are available for open riding. OHV use in this zone is not restricted to designated trails and is allowed in virtually all locations within this zone. The open riding zone contains a variety of terrain, from flat areas and sand washes to rolling hills and steep hill climb areas.
The Quail Canyon Off-Road Event Area is located in the eastern portion of Hungry Valley SVRA and contains the Quail Canyon Motocross Track. Use of the closed course Motocross track is open to the public unless there is a race or other special event scheduled.
There is also a great man made 4 wheel drive practice area. It includes concrete culvert obstacle courses, a stair step challenge and a sluice box among other obstacles.
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Hungry Valley Coordinates: 34.739214° -118.837051°