Hollister Hills SVRA
Hollister Hills SVRA Competitive Open Grazing Lease
Hollister Hills SVRA has a competitive open grazing lease for interested ranchers in the Hollister area. View the document for more details and be sure to apply by September 30, 2014.
Hollister Hills SVRA Grazing Lease
|CAMPGROUND INTRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES|
Beginning June 2014, Lodge, Bee, and Madrone Campgrounds will undergo major infrastructure upgrades. Upgrades include showers, flush toilets, new fire rings, and ramadas. Construction will be limited to one campground at a time to minimize impact on camping areas. The first campground to be worked on will be Lodge Camp.
Welcome to Hollister Hills State Vehicular Recreation Area!
The Upper Ranch
This 800-acre area, which has about 24 miles of trails, is used for 4-wheel drive recreation and for 4-wheel drive and motorcycle special events; a fenced motocross track is also located here. Four-wheel drive operators should call before coming, especially on weekends, to make sure that the area isn’t reserved for a special event. To use the area for the day, register first at the park office. If your vehicle gets stuck or breaks down, you are responsible for removing it. The Upper Ranch may be accessed for day use from 8 a.m. to sunset. Vehicle operation is allowed only between sunrise and sunset.
The Lower Ranch
This3,300-acre area, set aside for motorcycle and ATV use only, has about 128 miles of trails and several hill climbs. There are also two picnic areas, a practice Motocross Track, an ATV Track for three and four wheeled vehicles, a TT track, a mini-bike trail, and a mini-track. Riding is allowed from sunrise to sunset.
Facilities: The Upper Ranch has two campgrounds, Sycamore and the Obstacle Course Camp. Each campground accommodates about 60 people. The Lower Ranch has five campgrounds. All camp sites have restroom facilities. Walnut Camp in the Lower Ranch and Sycamore Camp in the Upper Ranch have showers. Camping at Hollister Hills requires no reservations and all sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The camping fee is $10 per night. Check-in at the Ranger Station for available camp sites and to pay your fees. No hookups are available in the campgrounds.
Accessibility: Campers with disabilities should contact the park office to inquire about current site availability and accessible park features to determine if they meet their specific needs.
Fire/Firewood Restrictions: Fires are allowed in fire rings only. You may purchase firewood at the Park store or bring your own wood. Collection of downed wood for firewood is prohibited.
District Superintendent Orders
Night Riding. [Download Superintendent Order]
Vintage Track, Main Road Motocross Track, and TT Track are restricted to motorcycle use only. [Download Superintendent Order]
Curfew for Juveniles. [Download Superintendent Order]