Many ATV and OHV enthusiasts know Hot Dog Hill. One of many hills located in the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation Hot Dog Hill is a particularly grueling run in an area know for what is termed "rock crawling." Though the main group involved is OHV which are larger than most ATVs, there certainly are ATVs welcome on the rocky terrain of the area.
Some of the other roads have names such as, Rough Road, Left Turn Hill, Squeeze Rock, and dangerous Road. Hot Dog Hill is a nice spot to stop and eat on a run. This is an excellent way to get the kinks out of ATV gears, and see just where the strain will hit parts. There are rock falls that will simply eat your vehicle if you let them. An ATV driver can learn a lot and lose a lot in these areas. The Hot Dog Hill area is a learning curve for many. Some just show up to watch the lessons take place.
This is not the best place for youngsters; it can be dangerous if no one has he time to keep them under complete surveillance. There are many accidents where vehicles actually fall into crevasses or over inclines and ravines. Sometimes things just go sliding into rock just due to the dirt and angles in uneven incline. After a day or two out here, most ATVers will find they have developed some additional maneuvering skills on their ATVs.