San Bernardino National Forest
The trails are signed easiest, more difficult, and most difficult. The San Bernardino National Forest encompasses the San Bernardino mountains, San Jacinto mountains and San Gabriel mountains, a large, more than 800,000-acre area that gives you your pick from dozens of trails. Holcomb Creek OHV trail is a challenging 8-mile trail spanning a boulder field. The Cactus Flat OHV area is a wide, 25-mile loop trail that is popular with 4×4 riders. The 3,200-acre Summit OHV Area offers plenty of room for outdoor adventures, and is a good place to stage for the Cleghorn Ridge OHV Road, a scenic, nearly 15-mile trail rated for moderate ATV experience that features miles of beautiful wild flowers. Coxey Road is a 19-mile trail that offers an easy ride past campgrounds, lovely meadows, ridges, and scenic peaks. As you might expect, the Gold Fever Trail, a 20-mile trail best traversed with a high-clearance vehicle, takes you through the beautiful Holcomb Valley, which was a thriving gold rush area in the mid-1800s.