Mammoth Bar OHV Area
PLEASE NOTE: Mammoth Bar motorcross track reopened in August of 2007 after a lengthy process to complete all the environmental paperwork necessary to rebuild the track.
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 Fork 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.
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.
All OHV use is regulated by both Federal and State laws. OHV's must have a visible ("Green Sticker" OHV registration) Red stickers are allowed all year round.
All OHV's must have a US Forest Service approved spark arrester in working condition and meet Federal and State noise standards (96 decibels maximum).
It is the rider's responsibility to know and comply with all applicable rules and regulations.
Facilities include picnic tables, BBQ's, Chemical toilets. No drinking water.
Mammoth Bar trail maps are available at the park office and kiosk.