The Trinity OHV Project

The Shasta-Trinity National Forest offers hundreds of miles of roads and trails for the off-highway vehicle enthusiast, tucked away in the beautiful mountains of Trinity County. The Watershed Center has partnered with the Forest Service to provide a new website and updated maps for OHV riders. This website and the corresponding maps are part of an ongoing project aiming to provide user-friendly maps and information, and to promote OHV trails and recreation in Trinity County. Check out www.trinityohvtrails.com  to learn more about the project, download new maps, and find information about riding opportunities in Trinity County.

OHV Riders, weigh in on our project!

The Watershed Center is applying for a grant from the 2016 California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHMVR) Grants and Agreements Program.  Public input will help our chances of receiving funding for this project.  If you are interested in reviewing the project, and would like to help out by providing feedback and support, find instructions for comment below. If you have questions about the project, feel free to contact the Watershed Center Office at (530) 628-4206.

The project is available for review through April 4th.

Find Public Input Instructions here:      http://olga.ohv.parks.ca.gov/egrams_ohmvr/user/home.aspx

Once on the OHV website, select “Review Preliminary Application” from the menu on the left

Then select the Watershed Research and Training Center (WRTC) from the Agency Category

Then, follow instruction to access application and provide feedback.