Park Closed on Tuesday, May 28, 2023 for Dust Off Application. Camping will be closed May 27th and May 28th. Recommended to wash vehicles if visit a few days after dust off. 
Road Closure
Tesla Road is closed at MM 9.5, no through traffic allowed until further notice. Access to Carnegie SVRA is only on Corral Hollow Road from Tracy.


Stay on Trail to keep these areas open.
Phase 3 OPEN   Los Osos Climb OPEN  
Harrison Hill OPEN    Los Osos Knoll OPEN  
Seven Trails OPEN   West Black Bear Closed Maintenance
Raven OPEN   East Black Bear Closed Maintenance 
Kiln East OPEN   Bunkhouse OPEN  
SRI Loop OPEN   Kiln West OPEN    
Road Runner Closed  Off Trail Riding Burned Pottery OPEN  
Off trail riding closures usually open one week after closure. Map  Last updated 5/1/24

Basic Park Information

Red Sticker Season: Red Sticker OHVs may be ridden October 1 - April 30. Green Sticker OHVs may be riden all year round. Learn more at California Air Resources Board Red Sticker Program or Red Sticker Riding Schedule

Operating Hours:
8 am - 8 pm - Summer
8 am - 7 pm - Spring/Fall
8 am - 6 pm - Winter
7 days a week

Phone: (925) 447-9027

Emergency 911

Fees: Day use is $5.00. Camping is $10.00 per night and per vehicle.

Park Brochure & Map

Address: 18600 west Corral Hollow Road, Tracy, CA 95376
Get Directions

Riding Facilities:
Motocross Track
ATV/MC Track
70cc Children's Track
110cc Beginner Track

Weather Conditions: Carnegie SVRA Weather Link
The hills at Carnegie SVRA will be closed for a minimum of 12 hours when we reach the following rain thresholds, as measured by the gauge at the park entrance.
• More than 0.30" in 12 hours
• More than 0.50" in 24 hours
• More than 0.65" in 48 hours

Store: MotoMart sells off-road parts and accessories, apparel, safety equipment, food, and non-alcoholic beverages. 
Call MotoMart at (925) 455-1318 for information and store hours, or visit their website

Receive a text alert on your mobile device about wet weather closures and reopening's, track grooming, and other park conditions.
Text "OHV" to (662) 200-4303 to sign up. [12/14/17]

Dogs: Allowed on a tended 6 foot leash or confined in an enclosed vehicle, tent, or pen. Dogs, other than service animals, are prohibited on all motorized trails.


The Carnegie Advisory Team (CAT) mission is to provide input on park projects and operations that relate to the user’s recreational experience and safety. The overall goal is to give stakeholders a voice with park staff to present ideas, complaints, and views on current projects, future projects, operations, and public outreach. CAT meetings provide a forum for park staff to inform stakeholders on park functions, park planning, and regulations and how they pertain to the way the park is or will be operated.

This partnership allows management to hear the visitor’s ideas and concerns and consider them when making decisions on activities that will affect the park. The partnership also brings transparency to the stakeholders on management decisions regarding park planning and operations. 

Meetings are typically held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 4:30 pm to discuss new projects in the park and any relevant park updates. Duties also include trail creation and review, educating other visitors and point of contacts for the public to voice concerns and discuss with park staff. 

Join us Tuesday, May 21, 2024 at 4:30 pm. 

Join on your computer, mobile app or room device. Click here to join the meeting Meeting ID: 247 350 701 717 Passcode: 58F3an Download Teams | Join on the web +1 916-409-6039,,258215967#   United States, Sacramento Phone Conference ID: 258 215 967# 

Welcome to Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area!

Located in the hills of eastern Alameda and western San Joaquin counties, Carnegie is one of nine SVRAs administered by the California Department of Parks and Recreation. Carnegie SVRA has more than 1,300 acres of riding area, over 80 miles of trails, and is a fun, challenging, and scenic place to ride. There are numerous off-highway opportunities for motorcycles, ATVs, 4x4s, and side-by-sides. Visit MotoMart for refreshments, bike parts and riding gear. Rest from riding in the day use area or spend the night in the campground. You might even catch a glimpse of the local wildlife.

Red Bike Jump


Dirtbike rider

The park is characterized by rolling hills, dry rocky washes, and steep, rugged canyons with outstanding opportunities for hillclimbs and many scenic views. Carnegie provides a setting for off-highway vehicle users of all skill levels. The hills are divided into two use areas: open riding and designated trails only in Resource Management Areas (RMAs). Roads, trails, and riding areas are two way; please watch for oncoming traffic.


Enjoy the day in our day use areas, complete with ramadas, tables, BBQ pits and bathrooms nearby in the valley floor. There are picnic areas in the hills located in the areas of Black Bear, Los Osos, Phase III, and Pottery.

ATV and dirtbike on trail

Safe and Responsible OHV Operation

Safe and responsible OHV operation starts with proper training. The OHMVR Division has partnered with the Specialty Vehicle Institute of AmericaRecreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation to provide FREE ATV, ROV and dirt bike training. For the list of classes and other information about OHV safety training, please reference the webpages below.
The SVRAs listed below have at least one approved ATV training range and may have ranges for dirt bikes and/or ROVs: