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Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area

Overview
State Vehicular Recreation Areas (SVRAs) are operated by California State Park's Off Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHMVRD) and you may see their web pages, www.ohv.parks.ca.gov, for more information on these parks.

Hungry Valley SVRA offers 19,000 acres and more than 130 miles of scenic trails for motorcycle, dune buggies, four-wheel drive, and all-terrain vehicles. No showers or water is available in the park. Visitors should bring water, sunscreen, and hats, and dress accordingly for ticks. The park is located off the Gorman exit from I5 on Peace Valley Road. Phone (661) 248-7007 for more information.

Camping
Campsites located at Aliklik, Smith Forks, and Edison Campgrounds are mostly flat, level and generally accessible. Several campsites at Lane Ranch are accessible. Sites include shade structures, and accessible picnic tables, fire rings and trash containers.

Picnic Area
For those who thrill to the roar and dust of motorbikes, accessible picnic sites are dispersed throughout the park, mostly near accessible no-flush restrooms.

Exhibits/Programs
Visitor Center: A visitor information area near the Gorman entrance station is generally accessible, including no- flush (vault) restrooms and adjacent parking.

District Office: Information is available at the District Office. It is accessible, including restrooms, and adjacent van accessible parking.

The Quail Canyon Special Event Area has 13 accessible parking spaces, including 3 van accessible, and accessible no-flush toilets.

Other Information
Accessible parking is located at the District Office, the Quail Canyon Motocross Track, the Gorman Entrance Station and near most of the restrooms throughout the park. Non-flush restrooms are generally accessible throughout the park.


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For more information: access@parks.ca.gov | Phone: (916) 445-8949 | Fax: (916) 449-8966
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