The Pirate Cove Off Highway Vehicle experience offers over 3,200 Miles of BLM-approved designated trails. Explore hidden treasures around every turn as you navigate your off-road vehicle on numerous waterfront trails, through sand dunes, historic bridges, and old mineshaft passages. Enjoy FREE loading and offloading zone, plenty of parking and a state-of-the-art staging area for all of your off-road toys.
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Beal Slough Adventure Trial
Ride Type: Off Road
What to Bring: We recommend that guests wear long sleeves and pants. Ice and snack bags are available for purchase at the General Store and Boutique. Ice chests are included with rental.
The Pirate Cove Off Highway Vehicle experience offers over 3,200 Miles of BLM-approved designated trails.
By downloading the maps below, you agree to:
-Follow all California and BLM (Bureau of Land Management) rules including but not limited to the following:
-Stay on marked trails; off-route and cross country travel is prohibited.
-Spark arrestors are required on motorcycles, ATV’s and UTV’s. Approved muffler systems are required on all vehicles.
For more information on OHV laws, visit ohv.parks.ca.gov.
If your vehicle is not “street legal” licensed, a Green Sticker or out-of-state registration is required (available at DMV).
Additional information at ohv.parks.ca.gov.
If your OHV is licensed/permitted in another state, nothing more is required in California. Comply with the “helmet law” for 1,000 cc motors or less.
Neither BLM nor Pirate Cove maintains the OHV route network; always exercise caution while traveling the OHV route network.
Pirate Cove bears no responsibility for condition of trails or mapping information; mapping information has been provided by BLM.
Download and install the free GPX Viewer app from App Store or Google Play.
Click one of the following desired maps and let the map download to your phone.
Click Open at the bottom of your screen. GPX Viewer app will load the map and you're ready to ride!
Click one of the following desired maps and let the map download to your computer.
Drag one of the downloaded trail maps to the Google Earth window to load the map. Explore the Trails Before You Arrive!