UTV OEMs get California parks officials on Hungry Valley trail ride

According to a report from the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council, Honda, Kawasaki and Polaris provided green-stickered side-by-sides for commissioners and officials from the California State Parks, Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation along with the public to tour the Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA).

California State Parks director Lisa Mangat, OHMVR Division Acting Deputy Director Dan Canfield, OHMVR Division staff and members of the public enjoyed a “day on the trail.”

The tour included various stops during the 35-mile trail ride where Hungry Valley SVRA staff provided informational talks about the SVRA, including the geology of the area, grassland management, natural and cultural resource protection, law enforcement, trail maintenance, and the interpretation program. Tour participants visited the Quail Canyon Special Event Area, Condor Mesa Overlook, Interpretation and Education Facilities, and the 4×4 Practice Track.

Read the post from the NOHVCC in its entirety here.

The tour included various stops during the 35-mile trail ride where Hungry Valley SVRA staff provided informational talks. Courtesy of National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council

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