Each Sidekick Off Road Map features:
- A State Map showing where the trail is located.
-A Vicinity Map (shown online) to guide you to the area where the trail is located.
-A Detailed Topographic Map drawn to scale. The topographical map guides you through the trail or area by showing roads, 4x4 trails, creeks, washes, gates, trail difficulty ratings, camping locations and points of interest that are numbered to correspond with the Trail Guide.
-A Trail Guide describes the trail or trails through the area. Full color photos are used to help show the area.
-The General Information (shown online) section provides background on the area.
-The Statistics Section (Stats) gives all the vital information about the area. For example: costs, nearest hospital, land manager's phone number, camping information, limits, etc..
-The Off Road Tips section includes safety, equipment and driving techniques.
THIS MAP: Published 2004.
A new map of the nearly 200,000 acre area northwest of Yucca Valley, CA. Includes full color topographical map, major 4x4 trails, entry points, general information, GPS coordinates, color pictures, rules, statistics, tips and camping information.
The Johnson Valley Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area is located east of Victorville and north of Yucca Valley in California’s high desert region. The nearly 200,000 acre area encompasses steep rocky mountains, flat desert lands, sand hills, dry lake beds and usually dry washes. Elevation in Johnson Valley ranges from 2,300’ to 4,600’ above sea level. But don’t let these numbers fool you. Temperatures above 105º are common during the summer months and the winter nights frequently drop below freezing. So whether you’re looking for a day trip from Los Angeles or an overnighter in a motorhome or tent, the Johnson Valley OHV Area is a great place for outdoor recreation.