Spangler/Red Mountain

Description:

The Spangler Hills Off-Highway Vehicle Area (OHV) offers over 57,000 acres of open public land where you can ride anywhere your skill and machine will take you.

Directions:

From the south, use US 395 to the town of Red Mountain and then take the Trona-Red Mountain Road 7 miles north to the boundary of the OHV area. Teagle Wash, a great place to unload and begin your riding, is another 2 miles north. From the City of Ridgecrest, take the Trona-Red Mountain Road from SR 178. Spangler can also be accessed from within the City of Ridgecrest by travelling south approximately 3 miles on College Heights Boulevard to the OHV area north boundary.

Phone:

619-384-5400

Email:

mdickes@blm.gov

Address:

Ridgecrest Field Office 300 S. Richmond Rd. Ridgecrest , CA 93555

Activities:

Auto Touring Camping Off Highway Vehicle

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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