360 acre OHV area that contains over 4 miles of trails. Restrooms and well water are provided at the trailhead. The campground is 1/2 mile south of the trailhead parking area. There are 11 campsites available at the campground on a first-come, first-served basis. Restrooms, water, fire rings, tables and parking spurs are provided. Fire may only be used within the fire rings provided in the campground. A trail is provided between the camp-ground and the OHV riding area for non-highway legal vehicles.
*Update 6-25-07 Everything above is true went there this past weekend, the riding area is about 1.5 miles square, with mant interconnecting trails, great for motorcycles, quads and rhinos saw a couple jeeps but some of the trails are narrow, rutted and have tight turns. Plenty of shaded areas to take a break, only two trails were pretty much impossible due to ruts and being washed out, check the pictures to see them
Located between the 15 and 5 fwy off Highway 74. from the 15 fwy exit highway 74 and head west about 12 miles to South Main Divide Road, which goes through a small town where the road turns into a single undivided road from there head about 9 Miles to the staging area, and the camping area is about 1/2 mile past there
Wildomar OHV Area 6-23-07 – First trip to checkout the area, probably won’t be back not worth the 1 1/2 hour drive for such a small area