Stonyford

AKA: Stonyford Recreation AreaDavis Flat, Wolf Creek, Fouts Springs, Fout Springs, Fouts Campground, Little Stony, Cedar Canyon, Mendocino National Forest, Mine Camp, Grindstone Ranger District, Letts Lake, Mill Creek Campground, Davis Flat, Fout

Summary


The south end of the Grindstone Ranger District offers over 200 miles of some of the most enjoyable and challenging OHV routes in the nation. The "Mendocino OHV Corridor" is a designated 40 mile, east-west route across the south end of the Forest connecting the Stonyford OHV Staging Area and the Upper Lake OHV Staging Area. The riding area varies in elevation from 1,700 feet (at Fout Springs), to almost 6,000 feet (near Goat Mountain). Vegetation varies from low elevation chaparral to tall pine and fir fo

{ Last know status: Open | Approximate size: Unknown Mile(s) | Last updated: September 02, 2016 }

Terrain Experience Level


Expert
Some
Advanced
Some
Intermediate
Mostly
Beginner
Some

Terrain


Rhythm Section
Unknown
Roots
Unknown
Mud
Some
Sand
None
Jumps
Lots
Hill Climbs
Lots
Hard Pack
Mostly
Gravle
Unknown
Large Loose Rocks
Some
Other Hazards
Some

Allowed Vehicles


Motorcycle
Allowed
ATV
Allowed
4x4
Allowed
SxS
Allowed
Snowmobile
Unknown

Details


Nearest City

Nearest city to Stonyford is Stonyford, California


Google Map

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https://www.google.com/maps/place/Stonyford%2C+CA

Spark Arrestor

A spark arrestor or exhaust cap is required

Noise Limit

Limit of: 96 db

Open Dates

year-round

Fee for camping

Tent: $10.00, RV: $10.00, Additional vehicle: $0.00 letts lake campground - $12

FS

Mendocino National Forest - Stonyford Work Center 5171 Stonyford - Elk Creek Road Stonyford, CA 95979 (530) 963-3128

Forest Service Links


Forest Service Page

No Description

open link

http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mendocino/recarea/?recid=25124


Low Resolution Map of Stonyford OHV Area

No Description

open link

http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5145207.pdf

General Notes

Staying on the designated trail system is a must. Check the appropriate map of the area to ensure you are staying on the designated trail system. There is a hefty fine for going off trail, it is punishable by a fine of not more than $5000.00 for an individual or $10,000.00 for an organization, or imprisonment for no more than six months, or both. All of the trails on the forest are two way, keep a look out for oncoming traffic, tractors and heavy equipment. Watch out for other riders. When in doubt, take

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