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A Message from the Manager

Eff 1/20/2022

Public Works has cleared Del Puerto Canyon Rd from I-5 to Frank Raines and moved the road closure just past the park to allow access.

 

Deer Creek Campground still has no water available. No flush toilets, no showers, and restrooms will be locked. We have placed 6 portable toilets in the campground area.

 

Power is currently on, but can change at any time if PG&E locates any safety issues. The backup generator is operational if any power outages occur.

 

Due to erosion from recent flooding, parking and access to the Rec Hall parking lot will be limited. All undeveloped camping along the fence line of the lower campground to the Rec Hall parking lot is closed.

 

We continue to ask all riders to stay on designated trails, stay out of creeks and ravines, and stay off side hills, unmarked trails, and burn scar areas. Please respect all temporary and permanent fencing, even if it appears to have fallen or been knocked down. Anyone found to be riding in closed areas will be asked to leave without refund.

FRANK RAINES - OHV

Frank Raines Regional Park (MAP) offers the rugged slopes of California’s Coast Range and is functionally divided into three units, separated by several miles of road. The Minniear Area encompasses over 1,000 acres of undeveloped land designed for non-motorized recreation use. The Frank Raines Day Use Area provides picnic tables, barbecues, a themed playground, and more. And for campers and OHV enthusiasts, the Frank Raines Off-Highway Vehicle Park is located across from the Day Use Area. For camping reservations, please click below:

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

OHV Current Status

Del Puerto Canyon Rd is currently open

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Park Features

Day Use Park

  • Picnic Tables & Shelters

  • Restrooms

  • Barbecues

  • Playground

  • Sports field

  • Volleyball Court

  • Horseshoe Pit

Deer 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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Recreation Opportunities:

  • Biking and Hiking

  • Mudding

  • Deer and Wild Pig Hunting

  • Playground

Frank Raines OHV Trail Map

BELOW IS A MAP OF THE FRANK RAINES OHV PARK.

THE AREAS IN RED REMAIN CLOSED DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE.

TRAILS THAT ARE CURRENTLY OPEN ARE SHOWN IN GREEN:

***MAP UPDATED 10/21/21***

(click image to enlarge)

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Campsite Map

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OHV Public Meeting February 23, 2023

The Stanislaus County Parks and Recreation Department will be submitting grant applications for the Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Division for Frank Raines and La Grange OHV Parks.  As part of the grant requirement, public comments are solicited.  

Public Comment Period is (see attached notice for detailed infomation)

March 7, 2023- May 1, 2023 by 5:00 pm

Agenda
Meeting Notice

FRANK RAINES- FEE SCHEDULE

Day Use

  • Vehicle: $5

  • Dog: $5

Camping (per night)

  • Vehicle at Campsite: $15

  • Vehicle at Hookup Campsite: $30

  • Annual day use passes available

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