Frank Raines - Deer Creek OHV Park, Del Puerto Creek, Del Puerto Canyon, Stanislaus County
Last Known Status
Open to all OHV's, this park has a variety of terrain that includes some rocky hill climbs, washouts, rocky creek beds and rutted 4x4 jeep trails.
In general the trails are pretty dry and crusty most times, and the surrounding vegetation is sparse with just the occasional shrub or patch of grass. Due to some water problems they have had in the past we suggest you bring your own water or a microfilter in case the water is unsafe.
Nearby Deer Creek Campground does offer direct trail access and has full RV hookups along with shower facilities.
From: Patterson, CA
1) Take I-5 south to exit 434
2) Turn right (west) off the exit ramp, continue about 300 yards
3) Turn right on Del Puerto Canyon Road, continue about 16 miles
4) Deer Creek Campground will be on the right side of road. Stage here.
TYPE OF AREA
onsite campground has RV hookups/disposal & plenty of shade & grassy sections
terrain immediately gets challenging for younger riders, VERY steep & rutted, water is contaminated
1-2 Days Winter/Spring
Miles Of Trail
1150 to 2500 ft.
Not Marked, Not Rated, Lightly Maintained
(hazards not marked) steep rutted chutes, large rocks & steep ravines