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California SVRA Park History

A Little Backstory on California SVRA Parks

Jennifer Rails (June 2019)

Rolling hills covered with grass and trees and Carnegie SVRA.

California has a long history of adding offroad places to ride. In 1971 Governor Ronald Reagan signed the Chappie Z’berg Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Law which laid the foundation for the current OHMVR program. This vital, self funded program helps designate and maintain areas for offroad use.

Since the 70's California has designated nine State Vehicular Recreation Areas (SVRAs). All are open year-round and most (except Clay Pit and Prairie City) offer camping for a small fee. Most campsites come with shade gazebos, picnic tables and fire rings.


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