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FRANK RAINES OHV PARK

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PARK UPDATES
 

Frank Raines OHV Park Closed for Fire Season

The OHV Park at Frank Raines will be closed for Fire Season on Thursday, June 27th. We will look to reopen the park in mid to late Oct. The campground, as well as the day use parks (both Frank Raines and Minniear) will remain open throughout the summer. If/when we receive any additional fire restrictions we will let everyone know.

OHV Grant Review Period: March 5th  – May 6th

Frank Raines and La Grange Off Highway Vehicle Parks for Stanislaus County Parks and Recreation are pursuing annual operations and maintenance grants from the State Parks OHV division. You can review these grants and provide comments of support via the link below. We thank you for your support. The ability to apply for and receive these grant funds help to keep these parks open and operating. Comment


2/6/24:  The recent heavy winds and rain have made access to Frank Raines OHV Park hazardous and unpredictable. Trees and boulders have fallen, blocking one or both lanes at times, limiting or stopping travel until they are cleared. The OHV Park can also be hazardous, with muddy and slick trails reducing traction and well as high waters in the creeks that may not be passable. Use of the OHV Park is at your own risk. Del Puerto Creek has swollen in size and has breached its bank. It is now running through the lower campground road. Access to this part of the campground is closed. There is no cell service at Frank Raines Park and Frontier Communications recently removed the pay phone from the park, reducing the ability to call for help during an emergency. Please plan accordingly.

**Frank Raines still has no water available. No flush toilets, no showers, no water hook-ups, and restrooms are locked. We have placed 6 portable toilets in the campground area.

**Minniear Day Use Area: The 3rd, or most west, pullout along Del Puerto Canyon Rd, in the Minniear Day Use area, needs to be closed due to the instability of the hillside.

**Del Puerto Canyon Rd. from I-5 to Frank Raines is OPEN.

PARK FEATURES

Day Use Park

  • Picnic Tables & Shelters

  • Restrooms

  • Barbecues

  • Playground

  • Sports field

  • Volleyball Court

  • Horseshoe Pit

Dry Creek Canyon Area

  • Over 800 acres for off-highway vehicle recreation

  • Campsites

  • Recreation Hall

  • Restrooms

  • Barbecues

  • Volleyball Court

  • Picnic Tables & Shelters

 

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Descargue el folleto – Español

LOCATION

17802 Del Puerto Canyon Rd, Patterson, CA

(209) 525-6750

HOURS

OHV Use Hours: Sunrise to Sunset

Playground Use Hours: 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Daily

FEE SCHEDULE

Day Use

  • Vehicle: $5

  • Annual Day Pass: $140 
     

Camping (per night)

  • Basic Campsite at OHV: $15

  • RV/Trailer Hookup Campsite at OHV: $30

HUNTING

RECREATION

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Tent Camping
RV/Trailer Camping
Off-Roading
Mudding

 

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Motocross
Deer & Wild Pig Hunting
Biking

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Hiking
Volleyball
Playground

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RC Crawling
Dog Friendly
Horseback Riding

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CALIFORNIAL MAMMAL HUNTING REGULATIONS

To learn about requirements, licenses, tags and free hunting days take a look at this guide from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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RC CRAWLING

Bring your RC Crawlers to Frank Raines and scale some steep inclines and rumble over rocks. Learn more about RC Crawling with this guide.

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