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SUSANVILLE – Campgrounds and recreation areas on Bureau of Land Management public lands in northeast California are now opening for the spring and summer recreation seasons, according to a news release.
The Sauk County Board voted 20-7 Tuesday night to open miles of public highways to off-road recreational vehicles.
POCATELLO — It’s time to get outside! The Bureau of Land Management opened the Chinese Peak-Blackrock Trail System on Monday to motorized and mechanized travel (bicycling). The BLM Pocatello Field Office closes the trail system annually from Nov. 16 through April 14 to protect wintering deer. Travel is limited to designated routes only and all routes without signs are closed.
Off-road vehicle enthusiasts can ride more than 6,300 miles of state forest roads in the northern Lower Peninsula. That increased opportunity comes after changes approved by Department of Natural Resources Director Dan Eichinger at the February meeting of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission and implemented by DNR forestry staff in the weeks since.