Quail Canyon update


Starting today, the Quail Canyon facility is once again open to the public! We have appreciated hearing your suggestions about the area – what you want changed, and how you want it operated. Thank you!

 The facility now features a motocross track, a vintage track, and a pee wee track! In addition, we have opened Quail Pass so visitors to the tracks will be able to access the rest of the park via Quail Pass and Pronghorn Trails. This also means that visitors can now access the Quail Canyon facilities from any of the campgrounds or day use areas within Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area.

 While some of you liked the design of the old track, many more of you asked that we gear the area to families and riders of all skill levels. As we move towards a more family oriented facility, the motocross track itself has been modified in an effort to better serve a broader variety of park visitors.

 The area is open Friday through Monday, from 8am to 5pm. (Hours are subject to change during the summer months). The entrance fee is now $5 and includes admission to the rest of the park. Since the Quail Canyon facility will be operated as part of Hungry Valley SVRA, applicable laws for spark arresters and sound limitations will be enforced. However, the Quail Canyon facility will continue to be operated as a closed course.

 Another exciting change –The Quail Canyon facilities are now also available for special events! Motorcycle Clubs, ATV and 4×4 enthusiasts, OHV Clubs, Non-Profits, Race Promoters, manufacturers, AMA, or private parties are just some of the examples of groups that will be able to “reserve” the track and facilities. This is a unique opportunity as the features and layout of the tracks can be changed to accommodate differing skill levels and various types of events such as motocross, grand prix events or hare scrambles.

 Thank you again for all of your positive suggestions and thoughtful input. We are excited by the changes and look forward to seeing you out at the track. In the meantime, if you have any questions, or would like to book a special event, please call Peter Jones at 661-248-7013 or [email protected].


 Daphne Greene
Deputy Director
California State Parks
Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division

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