Rowher Flat OHV Area

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View of the Rowher Trail as seen from Boquet Highway.
View of Boquet Reservoir from top of Rowher Trail
The Rowher Flat OHV Area contains 47 miles of marked trails within 10,000 acres and a designated Open Area. Some trails are impassable due to poor conditions. Trails Require intermediate to advanced riding skills. It is recommended that novices stay on the flat areas.

Rowher Flat is open to motorcycles, ATV's and 4-wheel drive vehicles. No stopping, unloading or OHV riding is permitted on the Rush Canyon access road. Restrooms are available. Spark arresters, mufflers (4WD's) and a valid registration are required for all vehicles.

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Trails in Rowher Flat

This OHV park is also known as Texas Canyon.

Directions

  • From Highway 14 (North)

Take the Sierra Highway exit (Canyon Country); turn right onto Sierra Hwy (continue for ~7.5 miles); turn left on Rush Canyon Road.


  • From Highway 14 (South)

Take exit Via Princess; turn right at Via Princessa; turn right onto Sierra Hwy (continue for ~7.9 miles); turn left on Rush Canyon Road.



Look for the Rowher Flat sign on the right-hand side of the road once turned on Rush Canyon Rd.

Maps and GPS Coordinates

Rowher Flat OHV Area Coordinates: 34.498917° -118.382383° Coordinates: 34.498917° -118.382383°

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