San Gabriel Canyon - OHVA      
Angeles National Forest  (View this site)
Los Angeles County, California
Nearby Cities:    Azusa, Covina, and Arcadia
Nearby Trails:   Rowher Flat OHVA and Pinnacles OHVA
Nearby Shops:  Randy's Offroad and 4 Wheel Parts  (Azusa, CA)
"San Gabriel Dam was completed in 1939 by the Los County Flood Control
District, and is part of one of the most extensive flood control systems in the
world. The dam stands 365 feet above the canyon bottom, is 1,520 feet in
length, and 2,100 feet thick at its base. It is used to protect the San Gabriel
Valley from flooding, and to collect and provide water for valley residents.

The USDA Forest Service manages the flood plain north of the reservoir as an
Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area, in cooperation with the State of California Off
Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division of state parks and the Los Angeles
Department of Parks and Recreation. Off-Highway vehicle use in this area is a
unique chance to recreate and experience the rugged beauty and challenge of
off-roading in a mountain environment."

- Angeles National Forest
From Interstate 210     (Pasadena -  27 Miles)
-  Go east on Interstate 210  (14.0 Miles)
-  Take exit 40 for Highway 39 / Azusa Ave.  (2.3 Miles)
-  Azusa Ave. / Hwy 39 becomes San Gabriel Canyon Rd. / Hwy 39
-  Continue on San Gabriel Canyon Rd. / Hwy 39  (10.5 Miles)
-  Parking lot and entrance is on the right

From Interstate 15     (Riverside  -  48 Miles)
-  Take Highway 60 west toward Chino  (21.8 Miles)
-  Exit 29B onto Highway 71north toward Pamona  (5.2 Miles)
-  Take the offramp onto Highway 57 north  (3.5 Miles)
-  Exit onto Interstate 210 west  (4.9 Miles)
-  Exit Azusa Ave. / Highway 39 north  (2.3 Miles)
-  Continue on San Gabriel Canyon Rd. / Hwy 39  (10.5 Miles)
-  Parking lot and entrance is on the right
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