Davis 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
Last Known Status
You might call this the northern offroad showcase of the Mendocino National Forest.
With swimming holes, water crossings, and paved access to multiple campgrounds and staging areas, this area is huge and will not disappoint. (A Chatter Box or something like a Rino GPS is recommended.)
The area offers some single track, and many mountain trails of moderate difficulty. All trails are marked and rated. Most of the steeper trails are plenty wide if you need to bail out. Shade is minimal on the trail, but better in the campground.
Nearby East Park Reservoir is closed to OHV riding, but offers lakeshore camping, boating and water skiing. Elevation ranges from about 1700 to almost 6000 feet.
Volunteers Needed for Restoration Work Volunteers are needed to help rehab the Stonyford OHV Area and workdays are scheduled for every third Saturday. For more information call (530) 963-1328 or e-mail email@example.com.
From: Sacramento, CA
1) Take I-5 north to Maxwell exit (#586)
2) Turn left (west) off exit ramp, follow Maxwell Road all the way to Ladoga
3) Turn right on sites Ladoga Road, follow to Ladoga Stonyford Road
4) Follow all the way to town of Stonyford where road comes to a T at the Stonyford General Store
5) Turn left, go 1/10th of mile, then left again on Fout Springs Road
6) Follow 9 miles toward OHV area - 1st staging area (Wolf Creek) is on right, more staging ahead.
TYPE OF AREA
swimming holes, water crossings, nice area to camp at Davis Flat, many staging areas with picnic tables, creek flows through area
dry, dusty, not enough shade, hard to find on a map
1-2 Days Spring or Fall
Miles Of Trail
1700 to 6000 ft.
Marked, Rated, Heavily Maintained
closed when there is more than 2 inches of rain
(hazards not marked) Beware of cliffs. some cliffs go adjacent to steep cliffs