These important onsite OHV programs help keep our trails safe and fun for everyone:
Education Rides (ATV, M/C, ROV,or 4x4)
For our dedicated volunteers, educational outreach is more than just part of their duties; it’s a way of life. They spend time out in the community they love, educating off highway enthusiasts and sharing information about backcountry travel on public lands.
On the Right Trail
Bringing OHV education to students in grades 3-7 to encourage responsible participation in the OHV community and an enthusiasm for protecting and preserving public lands.
We partner with local OHV dealers to distribute packets full of useful OHV information about where and how to ride responsibly.
Staff and Volunteers attend public events with our mobile education trail such as the Sand Sport Super Show and Off Road Expo where you can learn about responsible recreation and about the wonderful opportunities for OHV fun in the San Bernardino National Forest. Public Education is also a monthly event, with our mobile education kiosks which can be found throughout the San Bernardino National Forest at staging areas and popular trails.
Check out the OHV Volunteer Program newsletter, On the Right Trail
2016 San Bernardino National Forest Off Highway Vehicle Guide
In cooperation with the USFS Geographical Information Specialist, this map is designed as an educational guide for OHV enthusiasts of every level to responsible recreation on the right trails. Made possible by a collaborative partnership with Yamaha Motor Corp, USA, the U.S. Forest Service, the OHMVR Division of CA State Parks, and Geo Printing.
Thanks to our partner, Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, for funding the printing of 27,000 maps for distribution by our volunteers. Unfortunately, this quantity will not last. We give these maps away for free, but your help can help make sure we always have enough to go around. Please consider making a donation when receiving your own copy.
We also need the support of individuals or businesses interested in donating funds or printing resources to make future reprints possible. Please contact SCMF-OHV Volunteer Program Director, Rick Lavello at or (909) 382-2606.
Click here to download the 2016 San Bernardino National Forest OHV Guide.