Public lands in the Golden State offers many recreation opportunities. Enjoy a leisurely drift in a canoe on a Class II river or an exciting ride on Class IV river for the more experienced white water adventurist. Camp in serene locations such as the ancient redwood forest of the Headwaters Forest Reserve or the towering desert dunes of the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area. Hike, bike or ride horses on hundreds of miles of trails or experience many of our exceptional off-highway vehicle areas.
BLM public lands are to be enjoyed. Let's Play in America's Great Outdoors !
Bureau of Land Management invites public comments on its draft grant applications to the state of California's Off-Highway Motorized Vehicle Recreation Division:
Grant applications will be available online March 4 at www.ohv.parks.ca.gov.
Comments on the applications must be submitted by close of business April 7 to the OHMVR Division at firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered along with the grant request.
100 miles of public land along eight national wild and scenic rivers
580 miles of public land on four Scenic & Historic Trails
11 million acres for open and limited off-road vehicle recreation
371 recreation partnership agreements in California
More than 9.4 million recreation visits and 3.2 million campers and picnickers