The Corral Canyon OHV Area is located near the town of Pine
Valley. Within this area, the Corral Canyon and Bobcat Meadows
campgrounds jointly give OHV enthusiasts access to over 51 miles of
system OHV trails. These trails which run across the Cleveland National Forest Lands, offer you a heady mix of scenic beauty and test of skills.
The park was completely closed due to the wildfires of 2006. The northern third of the park was reopened in March of 2007.
While gearing up to face the challenge, donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t forget your copy of
the Canyon OHV Area map. This is an invaluable tool that will detail
the various recreational opportunities available within the Descano
Ranger District. You will definitely need this information packed guide
to help you maintain the regulations of the zone and get maximum
benefit as well.
As the trails vary in elevation it offers a lot of adventure
to starters as well as seasoned campers. The Corral Canyon Campground
has an elevation of 3,400 feet which rises upto 4,169 feet at the
Bronco Peak. The terrain offers many surprises and driving around in a
laid back manner is not recommended. Remember, OHV recreation is just
one of the facilities offered within the Cleveland National Forest. Be alert for oncoming vehicles at all times.
Campers will discover that the Corral Canyon ORV area is quite
small as it is situated in a dell shaded with Live Oaks. Keep your
stuff to the minimum. A kind of Ã¢â‚¬Ëœpack and goÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ version of the larger
The Wildomar and Corral Canyon OHV Areas are sparse in foliage. You
may find an occasional Live Oak Tree surrounded by boulders, greasewood
and plenty of interesting rock formations. This place has a beauty of
its own and is a big draw with visitors to the Cleveland National
Forest. Your drive through the Corral Canyon Open OHV Area will offer
many scenic views of the valley below.