CORF is a non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting the safe, responsible, and sustainable use of vehicles used off highway on public lands and is supported by donations from individuals, businesses, organizations, land agency partners, and other stakeholders who benefit from the Off Highway Motorized Vehicle Recreation Program in California.
Join CORF in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the OHMVR Program in California!
All Eastern Kern County OHV closures have been lifted. The Onyx Ranch SVRA & Red Rock Canyon State Park will reopen the campgrounds for overnight camping on Friday, January 29th. Remember to Stay Local, Plan Ahead, Stay Safer at 6 Feet, and Stay Covered.
Please practice all Social Distancing protocols. These orders are fluid and could change at any time. Check back here periodically for up to date information.
The Friends of Jawbone is inviting the public to comment on its preliminary grant application to the California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle (OHMVR) Division to help manage off-highway vehicle recreation opportunities on public lands.
This year’s grant applications include funding requested for Ground Operations, Restoration, and Education projects.
The preliminary application is available on the OHMVR Division’s Website at www.ohv.parks.ca.gov for review and comment from Tuesday March 2, 2021 to May 3, 2021. The division’s website provides detailed instructions for accessing the preliminary application submitting comments. Applicant names are found in the General Application Requirements under item 3.
The OLGA (Online Grants Application) database allows the public to read preliminary applications in a centralized location and the Grants and Cooperative program allows for a public review and comment period.
This article will run from March 2, 2021 to May 3, 2021 to allow for public comments.