Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Carnegie State Park Features Off-Highway Vehicle Opportunities
Former race car driver Danny Olmstead, now the owner of Residential Foreclosure Wholesale, LLC, enjoys riding dirt bikes in Carnegie State Park. Along with the other dirt bike riders, Danny Olmstead appreciates the trails and beauty of California’s State Vehicular Recreation Areas (SVRAs).
Carnegie State Park is one of nine SVRAs, which the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division of California State Parks operates as an Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) park. Each of these parks has specific programs that offer visitors OHV recreation trails, tracks, and more.
Carnegie is a fun challenge for dirt bike riders. The terrain offers over 1,300 acres for riding, including rolling hills, dry rocky washes, and deep canyons. There are trails for every rider skill level as well as an OHV parts store if off-roaders need equipment for their vehicles.
Safety is a priority at the parks. First aid, law enforcement, and search and rescue are always available if needed. Maintenance and repairs are a regular part of the park’s upkeep; buildings, equipment, OHV trails, and public facilities are regularly updated to guarantee that everyone at the park is safe.
The parks also features general amenities such as restrooms, camping, water, and shade ramadas. When visitors want a change of pace from the trails, they can enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife of the park.