Hungry Valley offers up a huge amount of riding for you and your new Jetmoto. Logging in at 19,000-acres, Hungry Valley is the second largest riding area under the watchful eye of the California State Park's OHV Division.
There are a number of good ATV trail ratings. Whether you're taking your Jetmoto out for the first time or you're been riding longer than you care to tell, you will find a trail in the Hungry Valley trail system to match your riding mood. If you want a good relaxing ride on your Jetmoto, hit the easy trails and enjoy the scenery. If you want to challenge your Jetmoto and you're experienced at handling an ATV, try some of the harder trails and let your Jetmoto show you why it is one of the hottest selling ATVs on the market today.
Hungry Valley is divided into use zones so no particular area gets eroded from overuse. Be sure to get a current map so you can play your ride and just as important, you can also let people know where you will be riding just to play it safe. There are many types of terrain here to test out your Jetmoto skills upon. From flat areas, sandy washes, rolling hills and steep areas to climb. Do not attempt the latter unless you've done it and you have an experienced ATVer with you. Never attempt to tackle a steep incline on your own or when alone.
There is camping available if you want to make a long weekend of riding your Jetmoto with friends here. There is a great deal of fun to be had taking your Jetmoto out for a tour of Hungry Valley.