Mammoth Bar SRA is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills about thirty (30) miles northeast of Sacramento. As part of the Auburn State Recreation Area it is operated by California State Parks, but under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Reclamation.

Mammoth Bar provides varying levels of trail riding opportunities for motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). Located adjacent to the Middle Fork of the American River, the clearly marked trails offer flat gravel bars, as well as steep canyon sides. Some OHV motorcycle/ATV trails are open for two-way traffic while others are one-way only. In addition to its system of trails, Mammoth Bar has a mini track for bikes 90ccs or less and a motocross track for bikes over 90ccs. OHVs are restricted to the trails, the MX tracks and the PIT (Pacific International Trials) areas. There is no open riding at Mammoth Bar.

Summer weather is usually hot and dry with average temperatures ranging from mid-80s to high-90s. Fall days are mild and warm while nights tend to be cool. Temperatures during the winter months range from low-30s to mid-to-high 50s. Spring weather varies with temperatures ranging from the low-60s to high-70s.

Available Facilities
Facilities currently available at Mammoth Bar include picnic tables, BBQs, and chemical toilets.

Press Release (8/31/08)
The Mammoth Bar SRA motocross (MX) track repair project is complete and the tracks were reopened for normal use on Sunday, August 31st... [Read more ...]