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LA GRANGE OHV PARK

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

 

The La Grange Off-Highway Vehicle Park includes 147 acres dedicated to off-roading. The west side of the park features 4 tracks and several directional trails for ATV’s and motorcycles, including areas for novice, intermediate and advanced ability levels. The east side of the park is a non-directional open ride area, with mud pits and challenging terrain that is ideal for 4×4 vehicles. 

There are a number of opportunities for the adventurous types. La Grange has a popular Off-Highway Vehicle park that consists of open play areas, hill climbs, short trails, seasonal mud bogs, and two motocross tracks.

PARK FEATURES

  • Picnic tables

  • Restrooms

  • Motocross track

  • Playground

  • Novice & intermediate tracks

  • Mud pits

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LOCATION

2315 South Old La Grange Rd

La Grange, CA 95329

(209)525-6750

HOURS

OHV Use Hours: Sunrise to Sunset

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

RECREATION

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Tent Camping
RV/Trailer Camping
Off-Roading

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Mudding
Motocross

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Biking
Hiking

 

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Dog Friendly
Horseback Riding

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OFF-HIGHWAY MOTOR VEHICLE RECREATION

California Sate Parks OHMVR provides education, conservation, and enforcement efforts to balance OHV [Off-Highway Vehicle] recreation impact with programs that conserve and protect cultural and natural resources.

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LA GRANGE MUSEUM

Undated photo of Basso Ferry, one of the last if not the last ferry to operate on the Tuolumne River, replaced by old Basso bridge in 1912.

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