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This dry river bed is located in the Angeles National Forest and mainly consists of a large play area that offers a variety of mud pits, rock piles, stream crossings, and other play terrain, but no trails. There are two fairly deep creek crossings that many OHVs can cross, but certain sections can be quite the challenge on a bike!
Also keep in mind that during certain parts of the year the water crossing may just be too deep for bikes to cross at all, cutting your total riding space in half. The price is a little steep considering how small the place is and what it has to offer, but if you are looking for a family play ride, this place is fun for a half-day.